Woman wanted in connection with home invasion robberies that left man dead

Amber Hembree, also known as "Skittles" wanted in connection with a home invasion/murder in Santa Rosa. The picture on the right was taken from surveillance captured in Vallejo after a vehicle pursuit police say she fled from. 

The Sonoma County Sheriff's office has identified the five suspects in Thursday's two home invasion robberies in the county. 

Four suspects, Tyrone Mcrae, 25, of Jackson, Mississippi, Jonathan Jackson, 19, of Richmond Hill, New York, Mussie Himed, 27, of Santa Rosa and David Ealey, 23, of Richmond, Virgina have been arrested for murder, robbery, kidnapping, false imprisonment and conspiracy.

Three of the suspects were arrested in Vallejo and a fourth suspect was arrested at a Motel 6 in Santa Rosa around 5 p.m. Thursday.

The fifth suspect, Amber Hembree, 20, of Virginia, is still at large. She was last seen in Vallejo, is considered armed and dangerous and is a Crip gang member, the sheriff's office said. 

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call (707) 565-2650.

The five suspects allegedly fled to Vallejo in a van after the home invasion robberies. The van was spotted near a Denny's restaurant in Vallejo and it crashed into another vehicle and a fire hydrant during a pursuit by Vallejo police and the California Highway Patrol, the sheriff's office said. 

The first home invasion robbery happened around 4:20 a.m. in the 1900 block of Fulton Road. A man who lived in the residence was shot and he was taken to a hospital, the sheriff's office said.

The second robbery occurred around 6:45 a.m. in the 3600 block of Melcon Lane southwest of Santa Rosa. Jose Luis Torres, 54, was shot during that robbery and died at the scene, the sheriff's office said. 

Both robberies appear to be marijuana-related, the sheriff's office said.