A woman and two teenagers were arrested after an alleged gang-related attack in Novato.
Tatiana Jenkins, 24, and Christopher Cooke, 19, were booked into Marin County Jail. They remained there Tuesday in lieu of $50,000 bail.
The other suspect, a 16-year-old Novato boy, was booked into Marin County Juvenile Hall. Police did not release his name because he is a minor.
The alleged incident occurred at about 7 p.m. Sunday at 1565 S. Novato Blvd., at the Nave Shopping Center. The victim, a Novato man, told police he was confronted and attacked by a group of people, said Novato police Detective Sgt. Michael Howard.
The victim ran off, and one of the suspected tried to hit him with a vehicle. The alleged victim suffered several injuries requiring medical care, Howard said.
The man was taken to Novato Community Hospital for treatment, said Novato fire Battalion Chief Gerald McCarthy.
Jenkins was booked on suspicion of gang activity, battery and conspiracy, while Cooke was booked on suspicion of gang activity and conspiracy.
On Tuesday, both were charged with gang participation, said Deputy District Attorney Dorothy Chou Proudfoot. The district attorney's office also filed a petition to revoke Jenkins' probation.
The 16-year-old boy was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and gang-related crimes.
The investigation was continuing.
Jenkins, a former San Rafael resident who is now listed as an Antioch resident, was one of six alleged gang members arrested in January 2013 after a disturbance at the Novato Days Inn on Redwood Boulevard. Police also found a gun in their car.
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