Paso man forced to hand over watch, fake silver teeth and earring in alleged SLO robbery

Three men allegedly confronted a 19-year-old Paso Robles man in a downtown San Luis Obispo restaurant Wednesday evening and forced him to hand over his watch, fake silver teeth and earring.

The alleged incident happened in a bathroom at Downtown Brew on Garden Street around 6 p.m., San Luis Obispo police said.

At 7:13 p.m., officers saw three men at the 7-11 at Broad and Marsh streets and approached them. One of the men allegedly tried to discard a watch and fake teeth, but police said they were later identified as belonging to the victim, Javan Turley.

The three men were identified as Manuel Jesse Correa, 23, of Santa Maria; Juan Arquimides Lainez, 30 of Santa Maria; and Milton Ested Santiso Flores, 24, of San Luis Obispo. Correa was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen property and Lainez and Flores were arrested on suspicion of robbery. All were taken to County Jail.

Turley told police he did not see any weapons during the incident and was not injured.

-Larissa Doust