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WANTED: Trebar “Lo Key” Baker.

Feb 17, 2022
Media Contact : Brian Bruchey, PIO

Trebar Baker has been located and arrested. On Friday, February 25th, PCSO deputies located Baker in a hotel room at US 98 North and Griffin Road. The room was surrounded, and K-9 warnings were given to Baker, who chose to heed the warnings...he surrendered peacefully.

Polk County Sheriff’s Office detectives investigated an armed robbery which occurred in Lakeland on January 1st. 

The suspect pointed a firearm at the victim and demanded her debit card. He also grabbed her by the throat and made threats to kill her. 

The suspect was identified as Trebar “Lo Key” Baker, and he had an accomplice who also beat the victim. The accomplice has not yet been identified, and is only known by his alias, “Monkey Man.”

The victim fought off both men, and the attackers fled the area.

An arrest warrant was obtained for Baker for Attempted Armed Robbery with Battery and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. 

“Lo Key” Baker is known to be going between Lakeland and Winter Haven, but so far he has remained “low-key” enough that detectives haven’t been able to locate him.

Trebar “Lo Key” Baker is 52-years old, about 5’9” and 200-pounds. His last known address is on Jewel Avenue in Lakeland. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

His accomplice, “Monkey MaTrebar "Lo Key" Bakern” remains unknown, but there are charges pending for him. He is described as a black male between 45-55 years of age. 

If you know the whereabouts of Trebar “Lo Key” Baker, or you have any information regarding Monkey Man’s identity and/or whereabouts, please contact Detective Escheu at 863-298-2967 or 863-944-9385.

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