Police say that 3 people tied up a man in an apartment over the weekend and stole his pickup truck.
The men then started a series of armed robberies and an armed burglary.
Three more vehicles were also stolen, and police say there were a series of vehicle break-ins over the weekend as well.
Police recovered a stolen Dodge Ram pickup truck and arrested one of the suspects -- Julian Matthew Resendes -- near Independence Drive and Conley Place around 5:30 PM on November 3rd.
Mendoza, 18, is charged with 4 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, 3 counts of aggravated robbery, failure to display a driver's license and speeding.
A second suspect -- Geno Ray Mendoza, Jr. -- was also arrested on November 4th.
Resendes, 32, is charged with 3 counts of aggravated robbery, assault causing bodily injury, evading arrest or detention and driving with an invalid license and failure to display driver's license.
As of Monday evening, Mendoza was being held in the Ector County Law Enforcement Center on $100,000 bond, while Resendes was being held on $107,500 bond.
Meanwhile, Odessa Police continue to search for a third suspect.
Officers originally believed the suspect might be driving a stolen gray Ford F-250 pickup truck with Texas license plates BC8-3709.
However, the stolen pickup truck was later found unoccupied in the 3800 block of Penbrook Street.
Officers say the third suspect is a white male, but few other details were released on his identity.
Anyone who knows where the third suspect might be should call Odessa Police at (432) 333-3641 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at (432) 333-TIPS (8477).