3 suspects arrested in 2016 robbery, killing of Vallejo pawn shop owner

Three men were arrested in the 2016 robbery and murder of a pawn shop owner in Vallejo, according to police. 

The incident occurred around 3:10 p.m. on Dec. 20, 2016, at Pawn Advantage on 2581 Springs Road. 

Witnesses told investigators two masked men stormed into the pawnshop wielding guns and gave orders to employees. 

At some point, store owner, 49-year-old Timothy Pult, was fatally shot and a man in a wheelchair was wounded.

The suspects also shot Pult's dog "Copper" as they fled the scene. 

On Thursday, the Solano County District Attorney's Office issued arrest warrants for the three suspects. 

Amonie Summerise, 24, and Elijah Summerise, 21, both of Vallejo, and Kashius Nelson, 22, a former Vallejo resident, were arrested on suspicion of murder, attempted murder, and robbery.

Amonie Summerise and Elijah Summerise were arrested Friday by police detectives at two different intersections in Vallejo, and Nelson was arrested Tuesday at Calipatria State Prison in Imperial County, where he is serving a sentence for a robbery in Yolo County, police said.