Police are searching for a Selma woman who allegedly lured a man to an empty field with the promise of work and then robbed him at gunpoint with the help of three other people.
The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said the incident happened about 10 a.m. Feb. 19 at a field near Floral and East Huntsman avenues in Selma. Christina Navarro, 34, who also goes by “Mona,” convinced the victim to get in a green SUV with her and another man after promising she’d get him work at a nearby farm.
When they arrived at the field, two other people pulled up in another vehicle. The victim surrendered his wallet, leather jacket and cell phone after a man in the other car threatened him with a gun and knife.
Navarro and the other three suspects — who’ve all been arrested — drove off and left the victim stranded in the field. Navarro is described as Hispanic, 5-foot-4, 155 pounds with brown eyes and hair and a birthmark on her left forearm. She is known to frequent the area near Nebraska and Thompson avenues in Selma.
Anyone with information on Navarro’s whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867.