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Post  dstrm300 on Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:19 pm

Asian Gangs

Tiny Rascal Gang:
1. Run Peter "Chaka" Chhoun-Said to be the leader of the San Bernardino based TRG's, Chhoun is scheduled to be put to death for various murders that he and others comitted across California and Washington. Chhoun has been sentenced to death on his conviction for the August 1995 home-invasion murders of a family of five in a San Bernardino County case. He and Pan also have been sentenced to life in prison for the shooting death of a rival gang member in Muscoy that same month. Chhoun also has been charged with the murders of a Spokane, Washington couple in July 1995.
2. Samreth Sam Pan-Chhoun and Pan were found guilty of murdering Nghiep Thich Le, 48, and his father, Hung Dieu Le, 73, of Sacramento during a home invasion robbery; and Miguel Vargas Avina, 20, of Pomona. Authorities have said Avina was shot because Chhoun and Pan mistakenly thought he was a rival gang member. The two also were convicted of burglarizing and robbing the Le home and of the attempted murder of Nghiep Le’s wife, Quyen Luu, 49, who was shot in the hip. Pan was also sentenced to death for the brutal shootings.
3.Nhung Thi Tran-Was said to have set up the Oakieville robbery which ended in a family of five being visciously gunned down.
Vinh "Scrappy" Tran, one of five gang members charged in the slayings, pleaded guilty Tuesday to five counts of murder in exchange for a sentence of up to 50 years to life in state prison. If convicted, Tran could have been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
4. Pheng "Gremlin" Em-Arrested for being caught in a "smash and grab" operation centralized in the city of Chino Hills, California. He and members of the Indo Boyz, and Asian Family gang teamed up for the crime.

Pomona Boys:
1. Hung Ly-Recieved a automatic sentence of life without parole because of the multiple murders in a Garden Grove restaurant. Ly was the leader of the Pomona Boys before he was arrested. His former girlfriend at the time was the states key witness against him. 2 People were killed in the incident and another 2 injured.
2. Son Thanh Nguyen-Charged with running an international trafficking ring dealing in the "club drug" Ecstasy. Nguyen was also charged with weapons possession in connection with a plot to kill rival gang members. He was already in jail on a weapons charge when the new ones came up. He will most likey spend the next 5 to 10 years in prison. Nguyen was charged in the 1989 shootings in Garden Grove were two people died. He accepted a plea deal for manslaughter as opposed to murder, which shortened his sentence to 6 years. He was said to be the gangs new leader after Son Thanh Nguyen was arrested. Nguyen acted as a look out for the gang while they committed the shooting.
3. Dat Tien Phan-Was a minor at the time of the Garden Grove shootings. Phan was shipped to CYA until his 25th birthday. But could have been sent to prison if any problems arose while incarcerated.
4. Ninh Xuan Nguyen-Recieved a automatic sentence of life without parole because of the multiple murders in a Garden Grove restaurant.
5. Khan Quang Nguyen-Was not in the restaurant during the shooting, took a plea deal in exchange for a shortened sentence.
6. Tony "Big Tony aka Ruthless" Nguyen-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
7. Tuan Nguyen-Arrested for various offenses.

Indo Boyz Bloods:
1. Jesse "Young Bloods" Sobaski-Arrested for being caught in a "smash and grab" operation centralized in the city of Chino Hills, California. He and members of the Tiny Raskal Gang, and Asian Family gang teamed up for the crime. Sobaski was also arrested after he reportedly fell asleep in a car he had stolen.
2. Giovanni De "Jippy" Peralta-Arrested for being caught in a "smash and grab" operation centralized in the city of Chino Hills, California. He and members of the Tiny Raskal Gang, and Asian Family gang teamed up for the crime.

Black Dragons:
1. Khoanh A. "Ah-Sing" Lam-The leader of OAG, charged with conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder and solicitation of murder in connection with attacks on two people in September 2001.
2. Minh Trang "Ah-Ming" Tran-The number two man in OAG, charged with conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder and solicitation of murder in connection with attacks on two people in September 2001.
3. Tony Phoutthachak-Sentenced to 36 years to life in prison. He was convicted of first-degree murder for killing Binh Quan Huynh in Little Tokyo.
4. Cham "Ruthless" Hoang-Sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. He was convicted of second-degree murder for killing Binh Quan Huynh in Little Tokyo.
5. Johnson Le-Sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. He was convicted of second-degree murder for killing Binh Quan Huynh in Little Tokyo.
6. Danny Ng-Pleaded guilty to dissuading a witness and assault with a firearm and is serving a 13-year prison term.

Nip Family Gang:
1. Lam Thanh Nguyen-Fatally shot three people and wounding three others during a Little Saigon gang war that raged in 1994 and 1995. The shootings occurred at a Laundromat, a restaurant and elsewhere. Nguyen, a reputed member of the Nip Family gang, left two of his victims paralyzed, prosecutors say. Sentenced to death .

Akrho Boys Crazy Bloods:
1. Sonny Enraca-Sentenced to death for a Mira Loma Murder in which an aspiring actor from Los Angeles who appeared in the movie "Boyz In The Hood" was killed. After deliberating five days, the jury agreed that Enraca committed first-degree murder when he shot Dedrick "Dooky" Gobert, 22, of Inglewood, and Ignacio Hernandez, 19, of Rosemead after a dispute involving Enraca's fellow gang members. Gobert was a member of a Los Angeles based Crip gang.

Asian Family:
1. Saengthong Chittham-Arrested for being caught in a "smash and grab" operation centralized in the city of Chino Hills, California. He and members of the Indo Boys, and Tiny Raskal Gang teamed up for the crime.


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African American Gangs

San Bernardino County

Darkside Tre Roc Mafia 300 Blk: Looney Clicc, Shamrocc Blocc, Jankyside
1. Lil Staxx Locc-Served time for a shooting involving members of the Delman Heights Bloods in northern San Bernardino. He was paralyzed due to the shooting after being hit in his spine by returned gunfire.
2. Tyrone "Big Staxx Locc" Berry-Charged with illegal possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Sentenced to prison for the crime.
3. Anderson Shawn "A Loc" Barron-Has spent time in juvenile hall for various crimes. Also has been arrested as adult for various offenses. 
4. Trevion "Tre Tre Looney" Howard-Arrested on possession of cocaine with intent to sale sentenced to 2 years in prison.
5. Adrian "A Roc" Howard-Arrested on drug charges sentenced to a 3 year sentence.
6. Tre Mac Looney-Sentenced to time in prison for various offenses.
7. Marquis "Tre Off Looney" Harrison-Convicted of carrying a concealed firearm, sentenced to serve time in California Youth Authority. Also has charges for Assault, Battery and grand theft robbery.
8. Ralph Parker-Serving five years in prison on a robbery charge committed in San Bernardino. He had recently been released from prison also for robbery. Has since left the gang.
9. Sicc Dogg-Jailed as a juvenile on various offenses. Also has spent time in a San Bernardino County group home and Tehachipi State prison.
10. Down Down-Has been arrested in and around Rialto for various offenses.
11 White Cuz-Has been arrested in and around Rialto for various offenses.
12. Tre Five-Spent over 5 years in California Youth Authority (CYA).
13. Bam-Arrested for drug possession and other minor crimes.
14. Big Flinestone-Has been arrested for various crimes.
15. Mikel "Lil Flinestone"-Arrested for drug possession with intent to distribute.
16. Big Cheese-Was arrested for various offenses, sentenced to time in Tehachipi State prison.
17. Flash-Arrested for drug possession and other minor offenses. Was arrested after a Fontana shooting in which one person was killed. Sentenced t8 15 years in prison.
19. P.J-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto, has served time in prison.
20. Lydia "L.D" Funez-James-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around Rialto. Her life was cut short at the tender age of 32 after police shot the car she was driving in after a passanger of the car Demariae Darnell Vinson got into a shoot-out with police.
21. Lil Tre Face-Served time in prison for various offenses. 
22. Antonio "Big Tre Face" Mosby-Arrested for a Barstow shooting.
23. Tre Loc-Arrested for various offenses. 
24. Young Tre Loc-Served time in prison for various offenses. 

Westside Ramona Blocc Hustlers:
1. Keandre "Key-Ray" Windfield-Charged with murder and attempted murder in the July 2008 killing of Leica Cooksey. Also charged in the shooting of a ABK member in Rialto on East Jackson street.
2. Michael "White Chocolate" Canizales-Charged with murder and attempted murder in the July 2008 killing of Leica Cooksey.
3. Milk-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto, has served time in prison.
4. W.C-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.
5. Big Bam-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.
6. Lil Bam-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.
7. Tito-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.

Westside Young Blacc Hustlers:
1. Big Evil-Arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
2. Moe Villain-Arreted for various offenses in and around Rialto.

Northside 4 Bloc Hustla Gang:E Block, Murderville Squad
1. Tyson "Tiny Termite" Atlas-Greg Smith shot Tyson Atlas  in the shoulder. It was the prosecutions theory Tyson and his father, Albert Atlas, ignored the polices offers to help and decided to seek revenge themselves. The father-son team searched for Smith, and when they found him, Tyson shot and killed Smith while Albert waited as the driver of the get-away car. They were arrested and both convicted of first degree murder. The jury found true several special circumstance and enhancement allegations as to Tyson. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Albert was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison.
2. Brandon Moore-Arrested for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting a the Victoria Gardens mall in Ranho Cucamonga and another in Fontana.
3. Lil Bacardi 151-Serving a 10 year sentence in a California State Prison.

Westside Hustla Squad Gang:Country Club Mafia, Duece Line
1. Morgan Jerreal "P-Nut" McCaleb-Sentenced to 90 years to life in state prison in Fontana Superior Court for the shooting death of Terry Green of Los Angeles and the wounding of a second teenager, Green's cousin.
2. Andrew Lamar Stewart-Arrested for a deadly robbery in Rialto, that killed one resident of the home, also one robber and wounded another. Stewart led police on a short chase with a wounded Fort Lee Arther, they were quikly arrested on North Wisteria Avenue in Rialto.
3. Ninja-Arreted for various offenses in and around Rialto.
4. Lil Bucc-Arreted for various offenses in and around Rialto.
5. Nutt-Arreted for various offenses in and around Rialto.
6. Y.G Blue-Arreted for various offenses in and around Rialto.
7.  Jerome Williams-Arrested for the attempted robbery of a Claremont home.
8. Lester Powe-Arrested for the attempted robbery of a Claremont home.
9. Darnell Batts-Arrested for the attempted robbery of a Claremont home.
10. Peanut-Arrested and charged with the murder of Ramona Blocc member Roderick "Big T-Dogg" Parker.

Darcsyde Noe Luv Gangsters:
1. Rahshen Jerry Turner-Charged in two shootings, one that resulted in a homicide.
2. DeAndre Williams-Charged in three shootings, two which resulted in a homicide.
3. Kenley "Slim" Davis-Charged as shooter in shooting of Riverside rap artist. Kenley was charged in another murder in 2008, but those charges were dropped.
4. Laneitra Gipson-Charged in attempted murder at Barstow club.
5. LaQueesha Reed-Charged in attempted murder at Barstow club.
6. Justin Brandon "Slam" Smith-Charged in murder of DeVoghn Allen, outside San Antonio Hieghts home.
7. Anthony "Jigg" Cadwell-Arrested for various offenses as adult and minor. Was involved in a incident where fellow gangmembers shot at him grazing his ear. He has since cut ties with the gang.
8. Buddy-A high ranking member of the gang who has served time in a California state prison.

Eastside Cornell Block Hustlers:
1. Lil General-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
2. K.O-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Rodney "Baby Shut Down" Larkette-Has served time in jail and juvenile hall as a minor.
4. Antoine Bond-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Eastside 72 Playboy Mafia Crips 2900 Blocc:
1. Anthony "Bird" While-Charged in connection with a Rialto shooting.
2. Junior-Charged with various crimes in San Bernardino County including Grand Theft Auto.
3. James Brown-A known Playboy member who has been arrested for vandilism and other crimes.

Northside Rialto B.G L.O.C's:Lunatics
1. William Lee "Bucc" Nunnery-Was wanted for questioning in a homicide that occurred on 12-5-2008. Anonymous sources stated that Nunnery was believed to be the shooter in the murder. Nunery was never captured, he was found dead near a parking garage on North Clifford in Rialto.
2. Jarrod "Swift Loc" Thomas Jr.-Arrested for possession of crack cocaine. He was a juvenile at the time of the charge and was sentenced to time in juvenile hall.
3. C-Boy-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the older brother of Blacc.
4. Big Blacc-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the younger brother of C-Boy.

Northside No Cuttz GBM 400 Blk: Cactus Gang, West Jaccson
1. Leoco Robert Frasier-Found guilty of one count of possessing rock cocaine for purposes of sales for engaging in a hand-to-hand transaction observed by a police officer and subsequently being detained with nine rocks of cocaine in his jacket.
2. T Macc-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto. Has served time in prison.

Westside 18th street Maze Gang:
1. Kieth "Lil Punch" Slaughter Jr.-Serving 295 years and 8 months to life for two shootings. One was the intended shooting of his own cousin Jarred Mitchell on Home Ave. The other was the shooting death of Adelaja "Adé" Russ outside his grandmothers home on Virginia ave. His name was also brought up in several other cases.
2. Kieth Slaughter Sr.-Arrested for dissuading witnesses in 2007 serving 12 years, is the founder of gang.
3. Julie Slaughter-Sentenced to 6 years for intimidating a witness.
4. Michael Slaughter-Arrested for shooting of william ''dollar bill'' sessions a member of the LZB's in 2004.
5. Maurice Marquette Hill- Arrested leaving Edward Griffin's funeral Feb. 20, 2007. A gun recovered was tied to a 2006 shooting Hill was charged with.
6. Robert ''Lil Rob'' Mckinney-Arrested for the shooting of Jarred Ojomoh a member of the DHB's on the cities Westside. Lil Rob also faces a battery charge for an incident involving a gassing at West Valley while awaiting retrial.
7. Brandon Parks-Burns-Arrested for shooting of Charles Marshall in 2007.
8. Todd Jose Tibbs Arrested for same shooting as Brandon Parks-Burns. Took plea bargain of manslaughter.
9. Steve Jones-Arrested for shooting Robert Earl "Robear" Luckett a local pimp.
10. Ricky McKinney-The brother of Robert Mckinney, has been arrested for various crimes.
11. Theodis Simmons-Known 18th Street member arrested for various crimes.
12. Michael Dunn-Known 18th Street member arrested for various crimes.
13. Malcolm Vincent Hill-Was co-defendant along with his brother Maurice Hill in the attempted murder of a Little Zion member. The jury deadlocked on his case.  

Westside Magnolia States Bloods:
1. John ''Lil Remo'' Bagsby Jr-Sentenced to 107 years for killing of 11 year old Anthony Ramirez on SB's westside.
2. John Bagsby Sr.-Serving a life sentence for murder.
3. Lemonta Markus Maddox-Arrested in connection with the murder of a 15 year old IE Projects member in San Bernardino. He and two other teens reportedly got into a altercation with with the teen outside Arroyo High School which resulted in the shooting.
4.  Lavelle Robert Miller- Accused of gunning down a 15 IE Projects member by Arroyo High School.
5. Taron Markel Anderson-Accused of gunning down a 15 IE Projects member by Arroyo High School.

Westside California Garden Crips 1400 Blk: Liteside, Darkside
1. Thomas Edward Medley-Tried on one count of murder and one attempted murder and several counts of aggravated mayhem. He plead self defense and recieved 17 years to life in prison.
2. Boo-Arrested for killing his abusive step father.
3. Milton Walker-Sentenced to 15 years to life for beating death of Nathan James Macon Sr.
4. Jerome Walker-Sentenced to 15 years to life for beating death of Nathan James Macon Sr.
5. Dennis Lamar Reed-Charged in shooting of 17 year old Jamal Hampton Serving life sentence.
6. Ricky Deshan Woods-Charged in shooting of Jamal Hampton jury deadlocked at 10 to 2 in favor of guilty.
7. Raymond Dennis Woods-Pled guilty to one count of being an accessory after the fact for harboring his brother. Sentenced to three years of supervised probation and 62 days in county jail.  Later violated his probation and was sentenced to state prison in July of that year for two years
8. Michael "Harri-O" Harris-Serving time in San Quentin Prison.
9. Franklin "Big Devil" Welch-Sentenced to four years for killing of a rival gang member.
10. Shawn "Messy" Lamond Watson-Charged in connection with the murder of PDL member Raymond Johnson inside of California Garden Crips territory. He was charged with the murder but killed by police before being arrested. Some people think that police killed Watson to cover up a shooting committed by the SBPD, that residents deemed a brutal and unjust murder.
11. Daniel "Little Danny" Pete Jr.-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
12. Tony Cleveland-Arrested for possession of a firearm, also charged with prior crimes of residential burglary, making terrorist threats, assault with a firearm and narcotics possession. The court sentenced him to 25 years to life under the three strikes law.  

Westside Delman Hieghts Ghetto Boyz Bloods:28th Street, Porter Street, Flores Street
1. Terry Jordon-Serving life for killing two LA gang members in San Bernardino.
2. Ernest "Tony" Graves-Charged and arrested for murder. Ernest escaped from SB county jail with three other men.
3. Donald Gene "Strife" Jackson-Arrested on parole violation. While being trasported to a holding center to be questioned about the escape of his uncle Ernest Graves, Jackson went into convulsions in the back of the sheriff's vehicle, and died shortly after midnight at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana. Residents questioned the unusual circumstances surrounding the arrest and subsequent death of the young paraplegic man.
4. Darren "Dunn Dunn" Johnson-Possession of a controlled substance, pure coke base for sale, conspiracy to commit crime, obstruction of justice and resisting arrest.
5. Percy Goodwill Jr.-Arrested for conspiracy to commit crime.
6. Wilbur "Funk Dog" Murray Jr.-Charged with transportation and selling of narcotics and conspiracy to commit crime.
7. Isaiah Brutus-Arrested for sell ect. in Lieu Of Controlled Substance.
8. Brian Hunt-Transportation/Selling A Controlled Substance.
9. Ramon Shippey-Possession of a controlled substance.
10. Bonnie Jordan-Charged with transport/sell of narcotic controlled substance.
11.Omar "Short" Perkins-Arrested in connection with DHB gang. Former JuCo All American defensive back 1994.
12. James Brown-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
13. Lawrence Dunbar Brantley-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
14. Reyana Henderson-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
15. Corey Graham-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
16. Shante Graves-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
17. David "Turtle"Jackson-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
18. Karime "Starvin" Jordan-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
19. Augustus "Gus" Kennedy-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
20. Travon "Neph" McCarey-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
21. Wallace Smith-1 of 22 arrest made, charged in indictment against DHB.
22. Jose "Cuevo" Salas-Held in connection with a June 2006 incident involving associates of the California Gardens and Delman Heights gangs. Salas, Joseph Jackson, Hyven Howard and Conrad Lambley were all detained in connection with the shooting which took place at the Ascot Apartments. Authorities recovered multiple shell casings and estimated 15 rounds had been fired in a courtyard that left no one injured.
23. Markese Denmon-Accused of being involved in a drug distribution network linked to the Rollin 30s Harlem Crips gang. Is the brother of Harlem 30's member Micheal "Kay Nine" Denmon.
24. Michael Claggett-Accused of being involved in a drug distribution network linked to the Rollin' 30s Harlem Crips gang.
25. Irvin Henry-Accused of being involved in a drug distribution network linked to the Rollin' 30s Harlem Crips gang.
26. Nigel Stewart-Accused of being involved in a drug distribution network linked to the Rollin' 30s Harlem Crips gang.
27. Ervin Hampton-Indicted by a grand jury on conspiracy and crack cocaine distribution charges.
28. Shamar Lavette Thornton-Serving life plus 25 years for robbery/murder in a Victorville 7 Eleven. He committed the crime with a member of the Pomona based Kellog Park Crips.
29. Eric Eugene "Nap Nasty" Obera-Charged with one count of possession of a firearm by a felon, sentenced to three years in prison.
30 Eric Demetrius Donaldson-Charged in the death of his girlfriend who after he shot, dumped her body in nearby Muscoy. Donaldson claims the incident was a accident. He was sentenced to 105 years in prison.
31. Angelo Morris-Arrested for assault with a firearm by gang member on officers after a shoot-out on December 14, 2001.
32. Sertigo Murrell-Arrested for assault with a firearm by gang member on officers on August 20, 2002.
33. Deni Lamont Paulk-Found guily of first degree murder after reportedly killing a rival Gilbert Street Blood in San Bernardino. Sentenced to 60 years in prison.
34. Andre Lamar Stringer-22 year old Andre Lamar Stringer was sentenced to serve 13 years in state prison for the Memorial Day murder of Richard Vinson in 2006. Stringer was sentenced under the terms of a plea bargain that saw him plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter and a gun enhancement charge. The shooting was reportedly the result of a personal dispute between Stringer and Vinson who were both associates of the sae Delman Heights gang.
35. Bobby Charles Ladelle-Arrested for shooting and killing a barbershop owner in front of his family on Mothers day in Muscoy. Ladelle and two other men attempted to rob a shop that the victims family owned. The victim confronted the men and was fatally shot.
36. Lee Flaherty-Arrested in connection with the random gang shooting of a man sitting at a bus stop in Highland. Flaherty who was not the shooter in the incident recieved a three year sentence for his testimony against co-defendant Michael Crawford.  
37. Michael Thomas "Terminator" Crawford-Sentenced to 60 years for the random gang shooting of a man sitting at a Highland bus stop. Crawford was a new member of DHB and was trying to gain status in the gang because of the shooting.  
38. Ardy Thompson-Arrested in San Bernardino for rape. Was a witness against a fellow gang member in the murder of a GSB member.
39. Edward "Fish" Kilpatrick-Was arrested in connection with the murder of a rival member of GSB. Kilpatrick was not the shooter and denied allegations that he particpated in the shooting. He was released from custody for his testimony against fellow gang member Deni Lamont Paulk.
40. Demariae Darnell Vinson-Arrested and charged with one count of murder and also seven counts of attempted murder of a peace officer. Vinson opened fire on police on Lynwood Ave. in San Bernardino after they tried to stop him and the driver of his car Lydia Lynn Funez-James. James a member of Rialto based gang Tre Roc Mafia was fatally wounded in the shooting, Vinson was charged with her death.
41. Delano Ladon Johnson-A high ranking memer of DHB, sentenced to time in California's Calipatria prison.
42. David Jackson-Arrested in Operation Sqeeze Play along with other members of the Delman Heights Bloods and California Garden Crips.  The investigation featured several informants used to purchase marijuana, methamphetamine and cocaine from the defendants in San Bernardino and Rialto according to the federal indictment.
43. Joseph Jackson-Arrested for numerous crimes in the San Bernardino area.
44. Mexican Juan-Charged with the murder of Cecil Scott Sr. in San Bernardino, in 1993.
45. Anthony Phillips-The 26 year old was accused of fatally shooting Maurice Major, 29, of Riverside, at an apartment complex in the 1200 block of North Sierra Way. Phillips was arrested the next day. He was charged with one count of murder, and prosecutors added a gang enhancement for Phillips' alleged involvement in a gang.

Westside Gilbert Street Kill Gang Bloods 1500 Blk:
1. Ronald Rochelle "Mad Ron" Jackson-An associate of GSB not a recorded member. Suspect in the beating of an autistic man aboard a San Bernardino buss. Ronald has served a number of terms in association with a narcotics addiction.
2. Darrin "Tillie Man" Parris-Arrested for various offenses, is a original member of GSB. Parris was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood by gang members.
3. Marland "1/2 Dead" Bradley-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
4. Kimball "Kimbo" Moore Sr.-Arrested after a drug raid in Western San Bernardino.
5. Big Scootie-Sentenced to prison after a killing on Highland  and Arrowhead in San Bernardino.
6. Broderick "B Dubb" Washington-Sentenced to 15 years in prison and soon after to life after killing a fellow inmate. He died of cancer while incarcerated.
7. Roman Arroyo-Arrested for various Crimes. Is the cousin of Little Zion Bloods member Garth Pezant.

Westside Little Zion Bloods:Dorgil Gangsters, 19th Street
1. Tywan "Scooter" Ransom-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison for killing of fifteen year old Cecil Scott
2. Jason Rashad Pezant-Around 11:45 p.m., on September 20, 2006, police searched defendants bedroom in a home located on a block claimed by the Gilbert Street Bloods gang. In a computer box behind a television, the police discovered a nine-millimeter pistol loaded with a magazine and several rounds of ammunition. Inside the trunk of his Mustang was a large stash of weapons, including a Bushmaster AR-15 assault weapon with a loaded, detachable box magazine, a flash suppressor and a pistol grip conspicuously protruding from the bottom; a Norinco AK-47 with a pistol grip, a flash suppressor and a box magazine; and an Italian-made AR-15 modified to accept .22 caliber rounds and a threaded barrel which could accommodate a silencer. Some bags in the passenger compartment contained around 474 rounds of eight or nine types of ammunition. The court sentenced defendant to a total prison term of 10 years.
3. Christopher Taylor-Arrested in connection with the shooting death of Micheal Johnson on 18th Street better known as the Maze. The shooting was a retaliation for the shooting death of William Sessions a Little Zion Blood member.
4. Derick Johnson Anthony Watkins-Arrested in connection with the shooting death of Micheal Johnson on 18th Street better known as the Maze. The shooting was a retaliation for the shooting death of William Sessions a Little Zion Blood member.
5. Anthony Watkins-Arrested in connection with the shooting death of Micheal Johnson on 18th Street better known as the Maze. The shooting was a retaliation for the shooting death of William Sessions a Little Zion Blood member.
6. T90-Was convicted of selling cocaine in July 2005.
7. Garth Pezant-Was found to be in possession of a large quantity of methamphetamine and live ammunition, the sheriff's report said.  "The vehicle Pezant ran from was searched and a military grade bullet proof vest with a ceramic trauma plate was found." Pezant who was on parole was taken to West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga.

Westside Dizneyland "The Landz" IE Lok's 2700 Blk:
1. Leonard Berry-Pled guilty to one count of unlawful firearm activity with an attendant gang enhancement, after a high-powered assault rifle and ammunition were confiscated from his home. In exchange, on October 18, 2007, defendant was placed on three years of formal probation. Following the evidentiary hearing, the trial court found that defendant was in violation of his probation. The court then sentenced defendant to a total term of five years in state prison.
2. Leonard "James" Scott-In 2006, Scott was sentenced to two years in state prison for
convictions of receiving stolen property and drug possession. He got out
in a year, but returned to prison within six months, this time for
another receiving stolen property conviction, records show. He was released from prison for good on April 14. He was killed May 3.
3. Mark Miles-Arrested for a car to car shooting in San Bernardino that nobody was injured in. One of the occupants of the victims later killed one of Miles cohorts in a shooting that police think connected the two incidents.  

IE Project Gang Blacc Rag Mafia: 9th Street, 10th Street Murda Blk, 11th Street Hard Headz, Ramona blk, Carverdales, A Blk, 80'z Babiez
1. Glennwood "Dale Dale" Estey Jr.-Serving a life sentence for a murder commited against Barbara K. Logue, on July 5, 1991. Logue was shot and killed in an attempted carjacking on Baseline near Medical Center.
2. Tavarius "Tary" Estey-Being held on parole violation and drug charges. San Bernardino investigators were continuing to question him as suspects in an incident involving shots fired at an officer during a traffic stop. Tary is Dale Dale's younger brother
3. Terrell "T-Money" Markham-Found guilty of brandishing a stolen gun at officer Adam Affrunti during a foot chase through the Projects street gang injunction area in November 2007. Sentenced to almost 6 years in prison and given 3 strikes. Terrell is also blind because of the altercation after Affrunti shot him in his head.
4. Dennis Lynn Houston-Sentenced to five years in state prison for a probation violation.
5. Charles Bernard Owens Jr.-Pled guilty to multiple felony counts resulting from a drug bust at the Valley Motel 1640 N. Mt. Vernon Ave, in February 2011. Owens is the leader of a local IE Projects clique. Sentenced to 11 years in prison.
6. Jaquan Dontay Whitley-Entered a plea bargain and was sentenced in April to serve two years in state prison due to crimes resulting from a drug bust.
7. Norris Crawford-Arrested in connection with a shooting that invovled him and Patrick and Marsean Macon. Murdered during the shooting was 18th Street gang member Edward Griffin.
8. Darnell Brown-Sentenced to 15 years to life for a gang related car theft of a Los Angeles Crip.
9. Rague "Baby Blue Eyes" Peete-Sentenced to 15 years to life for a gang related car theft of a Los Angeles Crip.
10. Kendrick Jackson-Charged with the shooting death of and attempted murders of Amarion Adams, Willis McDowell, Sherman Brown, Ronnell Waller and Steven Roberson. Amarion who was 6 was the only fatality. Jackson was thought to be the shooter, he faced life in prison if convicted of the crimes. The charges against Jackson were later dismissed due to lack of evidence against him.
11. Jamal "Maldy 2" January-Sentenced to 10 years (3 for original charge possession of firearm which was doubled to 6 for prior strike, and added to a 4 year gang enhancement) for possession of a firearm.
12. Demetrie Mayfield-Convicted of shotgunning to death a neighbor, Ora Mae Pope, in February 1983, after she told the police that Mayfield had stolen her car. Mayfield then killed John Moreno, a neighbor who was at Pope's house, to eliminate the only witness to the crime. Mayfield confessed to the slayings the next day. His sentenced of death was over-turned after the court found allegations that his lawyer had failed to adequately represent him to be true.
13. Odrum Brooks-Had just been released out of jail when he was gunned down along with his 16 year old son at the Waterman Discount Mall.
14. Tyrees David Dobson-Arrested and charged in a drug bust at the Valley Motel 1640 N. Mt. Vernon Ave in February 2011.
15. Thomaso Smith-Arrested and charged in a drug bust at the Valley Motel 1640 N. Mt. Vernon Ave in February 2011.  
16. Eden Habtegiorgis-Arrested and charged in a drug bust at the Valley Motel 1640 N. Mt. Vernon Ave in February 2011.
17. Torrance Walker-Arrested in San Bernardino in the the IE Projects injunction zone. His name was also brought up in the Terrell Markham trial.  
18. Big Mylo-Arrested in San Bernardino for various offenses.
19. Billy Edward Johnson-Arrested in connection with the murder of 15 year old Torry Howe-Lynch outside Temple Missionary Baptist Church in San Bernardino. He was sentenced to 50 years in prison. The shooting is said to have occurred because of a red hat that Torry was wearing.
20. Frank Ingram-A career criminal who was wanted by police in numerous shootings. He was killed by law enforcement in San Bernardino which in turn caused the IE Projects to issue a hit on any and all San Bernardino police.
21. Dequiente Booker-Was arrested when Frank Ingram was killed by police and charged with murder.
22. Carl Eugene "Big Yella" Polk-Arrested on probation violation and other minor offenses.
22. Dee Dee-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Eric "Maldy 5" Anderson-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Taj "Manish Duece" Allen-A local rapper from San Bernardino, formely a member of the group S.B.D (Success B4 Death.) He has had minor run-in's with the law.
25. Kapone-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
26. Mack Millie-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
27. Demetrie Mayfield-Demetrie was convicted and sentenced to death for shooting the parents of a friend of his after he went to there house to try and convince them not to press charges against him for stealing their car. Has since had his sentence switched to life without the possiblity of parole.
28. Calvin Byrd-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
29. Jason Bradley-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. He was killed in 1988 at the age of 18.
30. Eric "Big Stretch"-A O.G Carverdale member, he has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
31. Maurice “Mo Bounce” Crear-A O.G Carverdale member, he has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
32. Mark Gray-A notable hustler from the Projects, he has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
33. Tommy Driver II-Found guiltyin August of 2012, of possessing cocaine base for sale, according to
information from the San Bernardino County District Attorney's office.
The jury panel also found the allegation that the offense was committed
for the benefit of a criminal street gang with the specific intent to
assist in criminal conduct by gang members was true.
34. Jamal Moreno-Damon Cedric Bennett, a 99 Mafia Crip member, engaged in a gun battle with Jamal Moreno in broad daylight in a neighborhood packed with children and adults. Moreno, while driving his car through the neighborhood, approached Bennett, who was on foot. Bennett started shooting at Morenos car. Moreno shot back at Bennett. During the gun battle, a nine-year-old girl was shot in the leg with a stray bullet. Both parties were arrested and charged. 

Macon Mafia:
1. Harold "Gene" Macon-Two police cars were stoned during the night and Molotov cocktails were hurled at two buildings without serious damage, but otherwise calm returned Tuesday to the westside Negro district. among those arrested and charged pleas of innocent were entered by Harold "Gene" Macon, 18, ...Mayor Al Ballard ordered the police to take "precautionary action." He was quoted as saying, "I told the police: Anybody you see throwing rocks, bottles or Molotov cocktails, shoot 'em." (This took place in 1966)
2. Patrick Shaun Macon-Sentenced to an aggregate term of 23 years and four months in prison. The sentence consists of the upper term of 11 years for the voluntary manslaughter offense, a consecutive upper term of 10 years for the companion firearm enhancement, a consecutive term of one year (one-third the midterm) for the attempted voluntary manslaughter offense, and a consecutive term of one year and four months (one-third the midterm) for the companion firearm enhancement.
3. Marsean Macon-Arrested in connection of shooting Edward Griffin which occurred with his brother Patrick, Marsean was later found not guilty and released from custody.
4. Nathan James Macon Jr.-Serving a life term for the 1989 murder of a man at the McDonalds on Highland Avenue next to Arrowview Middle School.
5. Ezzard Charles "Peanut" Ellis Jr.-Currently serving a life term for a murder committed in 1989.
6. Jeffery "Jamaican" Macon-Was arrested in San Bernardino and Rialto areas for various minor offenses. He died in the late 90's due to health issues. He has ties to the Five time Crips
7. Mario Macon-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
8. Marlon Macon-Arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
9. Cooley Macon-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Five Time Hometown Crips:
1. Rodney Ross-Sentenced to prison time for the murder of DHB member.
2. Kelly Hassan Brooks-Sentenced to life in prison for the murder of DHB member Ras "Bad Luck" Edge.
3. Donte Lazon "Twin" Mack-Sentenced to 7 years for the murder of a Tracc Gang member.
4. Dorian Lavonn Mack-Sentenced to 7 years for the murder of a Tracc Gang member.
5. Chrystopher Lamarr Young-Sentenced to 7 years for murder of Tracc Gang member.
6. James Earl "Jamie O" Boykins-Sentenced to life with the possibility of parole for his premeditated attempted murder conviction, with a minimum parole eligibility date of 14 years.
7. DeAnthony George "Lil Pit" Wilson-Convicted of second degree murder and street terrorism in connection with the 2006 shooting death of an Adelanto teen. The jury also found that, with respect to the murder count, Wilson committed the offense for the benefit of, at the direction of or in association with a criminal street gang with the specific intent to promote or further criminal conduct by gang members. He was sentenced to 53 years in prison.
8. Danny Louie-Escaped from a group in San Bernardino and returned to the San Bernardino/Rialto area. He was identified as a suspect in a armed robbery in the area and charged with the crime as well.
9. Julius Joel "Ju-Lo" Hughes-Arrested for the murder of a Pomona 456 Bloods member at a Victorville party. Sentenced to serve 25 years in prison for the crime.
10. Jose Luis Mejia-Sentenced to 12 years in prison for the murder of Julio Cesar Lopez behind the Meridian apartments in San Bernardino.
11. Dalray Kawane Andrews-Charged in the murder and robbery of Joshua Michael Huizar while he was ordering food from a local Taco Bell in Rialto.
12. Johnny "Big Johnny Five" Martinez-Has been arrested for various offenses. Has since turned his life around and became one of the few success stories to come out of his neighborhood. Was shot in the head at a local nightclub in San Bernardino and incredibly survived the attack.
13. Vel Smith-Convicted of robbery in 2004, possession for sale of cocaine base in 2006 and has a 2008 conviction for assault with a firearm.  
14. Isaac James-James had 2004 convictions for possession for sale and transportation of cocaine base
15. Rodney Mosby-Mosby had a 2006 conviction for possession for sale of cocaine base.
16. Reggie Williams-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
17. Randall Dynes-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
18. Kevin Radford-Arrested several times in San Bernardino County. At one point Over a period of three months, a wiretap intercepted over 2,000 calls placed to and from Radford's cell phone, and identified the telephone numbers of most of the telephones involved in the calls.
19. Randall McMillan-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He is also named in a gang injunction against the Fivetime Crips.
20. Ricky Johnson-Has been arrested for various offenses. He was shot and wounded by fellow gang member James Earl "Jamie O" Boykins after a altercation between the two.
21. Kieth Jury-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.
22. Big Tiny-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.
23. Levi-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.
24. Big Main-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.
25. Big Jap-Is one of the founders of the Fivetime Crips, He has been arrested for various offenses.
26. Desmond Seals-Arrested for being a major supplier of drugs through the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. Was killed in San Bernardino in 1989.
27. Christopher Canady-Arrested for the murder of DBH member Isaiah "Too Much" Brutus on Foothill and Meridian in San Bernardino.
28. P Mac-Arrested for various offenses.
29. G.O-Arrested for various offenses.
30. DeAngelo Levondra "Milky" Rand-Arrested for the shooting of a rival Noe Luv gang member at a Rialto party. The victim known as Time Bomb was shot in the head and pronounced dead at the scene. 
31. Ricky Earl Johnson Jr.-Defendant was charged with the following offenses:  two counts of second degree robbery. The information also alleged that defendant personally used a handgun, that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang and that defendant had suffered
three prior convictions. He was sentenced to 13 years in state prison.
 
Eastside Pimp Player Hustler Gangster Crips:
1. Willie Mason-Arrested on kidnapping, robbery and carjacking charges.
2. David Burns-Arrested on Las Vegas robbery charge that killed one Lady and left her 12 year old daughter shot in the stomach.
3. Jerome Thomas-Arrested and charged with same shooting.
4. Sidikiba "Lil Low Down" Greenwood Jr.-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state for murder in SB.
5. Sidikiba "Big Low Down" Greenwood Sr.-Sentenced to 109 years in prison with 2 life sentences for being mastermind behind the accidental death of Mynisha Crenshaw and distributing the weapons Used. Is also the founding member of PPHGC.
6. Sinque Beiama Morrison-Planned shooting, distributed weapons, shot at Mynisha's apartment with 45-caliber handgun. Serving 109 years to life in prison.
7. Patrick Henry Lair-Acted as lookout in Mynisha case. Testified for prosecution (against PPHG members) Released after spending 1,277 days in jail.
8. Shawn Lamont Davis-Shot man in apartment complex before Mynisha was killed. Testified for prosecution, released after spending 1,277 days in jail.
9. Alonzo Jeffrey Monk-Went to Mynisha's apartment but left before the shooting. Testified for prosecution, released after spending 1,277 days in jail.
10. Michael Barnett Jr.-Shot at Mynisha's apartment with .22-caliber rifle. Serving 101 years to life in prison.
11. Harold Lee Phillips-Shot at Mynisha's apartment with 7.62 assault-style weapon Serving 94 years and four months to life in prison.
12. Tyshon Karrien Harris-Shot at Mynisha's apartment with a 9 mm handgun Serving 15 years in prison.
13. Marquis DeShawn Taylor-Pointed PPHG members to Mynisha's apartment. Serving 10 years in prison.
14. Baybra Edwards-May have been present during planning stage of shooting. Serving three years and four months in prison.
15. Khaalis Atkins-May have been present during planning stage of shooting. Served three years in prison. Upon release was also charged for separate conspiracy to commit murder charge.
16. Royal Small-May have been present during planning stage of shooting. Also charged in Riverside County on unrelated charge.
17. Edward Jermaine Lair-Pleaded guilty to participating in a criminal street gang, and he admitted having a prior strike. He faces a four-year prison term for these charges-which stemmed from a murder plot on a rival gang.  
18. Willie Shante Brown-Arrested in 2011 for conspiracy to commit murder.
19. James Shobey Leon-Arrested in 2011 for conspriracy to commit murder.
20. Dearnaz "Renzo" Wilson-Faces charges of carrying a loaded firearm in active participation in a street gang and vehicle theft. Also was charged with dissuading a witness.
21. Salathiel Rodriguez Mathis-Arrested in 2011 for conspiracy to commit murder.
22. Henry Alfred Duffey-Pleaded guilty to being an accessory to a crime, and he admitted to a sentence enhancement of being a participant in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to five years in state prison
23. Damon Dupree Coleman-Faces charges of carrying a loaded firearm in active participation in a street gang and vehicle theft.
24. Wilbert Minnifield-Arrested in 2011 for conspiracy to commit murder.
25. Albert Marvin Brodie-Pleaded guilty to participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to two years in state prison
26. Derek Dwayne Roney-Convicted of arson, was shot and killed on SB's westside by his brother after a family dispute.
27. Allen Bernette "Al Dog" Smith-Arrested in North Carolina and charged with the SB murder of his half brother. Both men were members of the PPHG Crips in San Bernardino and apparently got into a family dispute in which Smith shot and killed his brother.
28. Squirt-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino including assault.
29. D'Andre Walton-Convicted of first degree murder in San Bernardino. Sentenced to over eighty years in prison for his crime.
30. Rocc-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.
31. Bear Loc-Arrested for various offenses in and around Rialto.
32. Lucky Kelly-Has been arrested for various crimes.
33. 2G-Has been arrested for various crimes. 
34. Coasa Harvey-A former member of the gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Eastside IE Gangster Crips:
1. Joseph Ray "Big Smoke" Rice-Sentenced to 5 years on a armed robbery charge. Upon release was again arrested on parole violation. Is a high ranking member of Eastside IE Crips who are losely affiliated with the Top Gang Crips. Rice was most recently arrested for the murder of a Inglewood Family bloods member, who he shot in the head after a dispute at a popular night club in Barstow called Karma in the High Desert. He was soon after sentenced to over 90 years in prison.  
2. Jeremy "Bear" Rice-Brother of Joseph Rice was arrested in 2002 on assault with deadly weapon charges for hitting a member of VRL's in the head with a baseball bat after being jumped by 4 members of the gang.
3. Criminal-Has been arrested in San Bernardino County for various offenses.
4. Darrin Christopher Pearson-Arrested for the shooting death of Michael Andrew Wagner. Pearson was tracked all the way to Tennessee by law enforcement.                                                                                                                      
5. Bryson Herbey-Covicted in 2006 of possessing cocaine base for sale.                                                                                                         6. Mattew Manning-Convicted of shooting at a inhabited dwelling.                                                                                
7. Daveon Keel-Member of the East Side I.E. Gangster Crips, who had been convicted of murder in July 2005.

Eastside IE Top Gang Crips:9th Street
1. Joseph Daniel "Bad Lucc" Jones-Sentenced to three years in prison on plus 10 years, to be served consecutively, for a related gang enhancement. His charges include second degree robbery and receiving or concealing stolen property
2. Theophalis Cobbs-Charged with second degree robbery and receiving or concealing stolen property. Also charged with Grand theft auto.
3.  Lajuan Ott -Arrested for residential burglary in San Bernardino. Sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in jail.
4. Keith Warren Thomas-Charged with the murder of 16 year old Traveil Williams over a cell phone in San Bernardino.
5. Marice Ainsworth-Arrested in connection with the shooting of four men two fatally near a downtown San Bernardino bus stop. Residents Genaro Prieto, 32, and Gregson LaGuardia, 50, dead. Two other men, ages 34 and 38, were seriously wounded by gunfire, they are both suspected gang members of a rival gang and intented targets.
6. William Dominique Davis-Arrested in connection with the shooting of four men two fatally near a downtown San Bernardino bus stop. Residents Genaro Prieto, 32, and Gregson LaGuardia, 50, dead. Two other men, ages 34 and 38, were seriously wounded by gunfire, they are both suspected gang members of a rival gang and intented targets.
7. Michael Andrew Wagner-Found near the corner of 21st Street and Lugo Avenue, a victim of a SB gang shooting. Wagner had an active arrest warrant for violating his probation from a 2005 felony drug possession conviction. He had been arrested five times over a year's time for various offenses.
8. Shawn Dewayne "Lil Fox" Fox Jr.-In 2005, Fox was charged with attempted murder and assault with a firearm in a San Bernardino shooting.
He went to trial and was acquitted of all charges, according to San Bernardino County Superior Court records. He was later shot and killed by police after he and another gang member reportedly robbed a Highland apartment.
9. Sergio Jimenez-Arrested after a Highland burglary in which a fellow gang member was killed (Shawn "Lil Fox" Fox.)

Eastside Sepulvada Boyz Bloods:
1. Jamal Willis-Arrested in connection with the murder of Pasadena Denver Lanes Bloods memeber Mural Anthony Scott under a carport in San Bernardino's eastside neighborhood known as "The Yellows." Scott was said to be killed for selling drugs in the neighborhood which was already claimed by a San Bernardino gang.

Eastside Capone Family Crips:
1. Justin Wayne Henson-Arrested at his Pumalo Street home.. He was held on charges of false imprisonment and impersonating a peace officer to benefit a criminal street gang, officials said. During a search of his home, detectives found police computers, scanners and radios, lighting equipment and uniforms resembling those worn by officers in the Sheriff's Movement Against Street Hoodlums, or SMASH team.

North-East 48 Mafia Criips:
1. Skylar "J Rocc" Young-Arrested for robbery in northern San Bernardino. Sentenced to 2 Years in jail.

Eastside Squad G'z:
1. Kevin Lewis Spencer-Was shot by officer Affrunti in the 2100 block of East Sunrise Lane in San Bernardino after brandishing a Mac 9 Assault pistol. He was treated for his injuries and brought in on possession of a firearm charges. Affrunti has a past history of shooting San Bernardino gang members but was cleared of his actions.
2. Sherman "Baby Gutta aka Mookie" Jones-Arrested for assualt, sentenced to time in juvenile hall. He was shot down at the young age of 15 in the area known as Little Africa.

Westside Alley Boyz Gang:
1. Coleman Watson-Subsequently charged with felony discharge of a firearm with gross negligence and felony evading an officer. He was the driver of a car police attempted to pull over but would not stop. The car lead police on a pursuit to Rilato where Tyrone Brooks was fatally shot by officers who claimed he had a gun. Two guns were later found by a witness and turned into police the next day.
2. David Majied-Arrested for his involvment in a string of forced entry crimes in the East Highland Ranch area. Also charged with grand theft auto.
3. William Strother-Arrested for his involvment in a string of forced entry crimes in the East Highland Ranch area. Also charged with grand theft auto. 4. Alan Brown-Arrested for his involvment in a string of forced entry crimes in the East Highland Ranch area. Also charged with grand theft auto.  
5. Dauante McConnell-Arrested for his involvment in a string of forced entry crimes in the East Highland Ranch area. Also charged with grand theft auto.
6. Spencer Alexander-Arrested following an early morning shooting and assault on a woman and a teenage boy in Highland.
7. Natura Lepolo-Muasau-Arrested following an early morning shooting and assault on a woman and a teenage boy in Highland.  

Westside Colton City Crips:
1. Lawrence "Sleepy aka 40 Glocc" White-Born Tory Gassway, charged with felony possession of a firearm. 40 Glocc is a local Colton rapper who was brought up as a subject on one of the Inland Empire's lastest gang injunction cases against CCC.
2. Trouble Loc-Arrested for possession of drugs with intent to distribute. Also charged with other various crimes as adult and minor.
3. James Rico Houston-Arrested for a drug violation in Colton. Was stabbed to death by his longtime girlfriend, Sequoia Gaines, after a altercation between the two.  
4. Jermaine Wall-Booked on charges of shooting at an inhabited dwelling, making criminal threats and a parole violation. Shot at the apartment of a person who he got into a argument with over a EBT card.
5. Lonnie Epps-Epps was booked for a parole violation after he came to contact Wall after the shooting from Moreno Valley. He was not involved in the shooting.
6. Rosevelt Turner-Sentenced to 45 years in prison for the attempted murder of Antonio Steward and his two friends in Fontana. Steward lost both of his legs due to amputation in the months after the shooting. He also died twice in route to the hospital. The altercation began when the defendant asked Steward for a ciggarette and was told no.

Westside Westcourt Cedarbrook Crips:
1. David "Big David" Brown- Arrested for various offenses in Rialto.

Northside/Eastside Dog Pound Family Gang:(S.B) Blocc Boyz, (S.B) Blocc Girlz, (Font.) Juniper Blocc, Manor Boyz
1. Ed Billips-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
2. No Good-Arrested as a minor in San Bernardino.

Northside Hustle Gang:
1. Gregory Atkins-Spent a great deal of time in juvenile halls and was also arrested as a adult.

Niggaz Alwayz Wit It Gang:(Font.) Tookay Boyz, (R.C) 66 Boyz, (Onta.) Centerpark, (Rialto) 2nd Street
1. Matthew Beoman Williams-Accused of being the shooter of, Chelsea Buckley at a party in Fontana. The girl died as a result of the shooting.         2. DC-Arrested for various offenses.                                                                                                                 
3. Toon-Arrested for various offenses.                                                                                                                      
4. Smash-Arrested for various offenses.                                                                                                                    
5. Yac-Arrested for various offenses.                                                                                                                         
6. Face-Arrested for various offenses.                                                                                                                       
7. KO-Arrested for various offenses.

Southside C-9000 Miramonte Crips:
1. Baby Boy-Arrested for various offenses in and around Ontario, Ca.
2. C Dog-Arrested for various offenses in and around Ontario, Ca.
3. Tavares Cotland Scott-Found guilty of first degree murder, willful, deliberate and premeditated attempted murder, and shooting at an inhabited dwelling. The trial court sentenced each defendant to a prison term of life without parole plus 65 years.

Eastside 4th Street Hustla Crips Panic Blocc:
1. Tyrone Hampton-Arrested and charged with illegal possession of inter alia, cocaine base and marijuana packaged for sale.
2. Cordell Rabon-Charged with first degree murder, sentenced to 50 years in prison. Rabon shot and killed Darius Simmons in retaliation for a member of Rabon's gang being killed a few days before. Simmons was not a known gang member but was an associate to a local street gang N.A.W Gang.
3. Big Demon-Arrested for various charges as youth and adult ranging from assualt to robbery.
4. Jonathan Lopez-Arrested after shooting the house of a rival NAW Gang member with a AR-15 assault rifle. Nobody was injured in the incident.
5. Kenneth Tatum-Arrested after shooting the house of a rival NAW Gang member with a AR-15 assault rifle. Nobody was injured in the incident.
6. Cameron Phipps-Arrested after shooting the house of a rival NAW Gang member with a AR-15 assault rifle. Nobody was injured in the incident.

Eastside Evil Side Crips:
1. Kevin Tyron "Killa K" Stanford-Found guilty of first degree murder, discharge of a firearm with gross negligence and second degree robbery after he shot and killed a hispanic man in Ontario.

Below Under Ground Gang B.U.G (Adelanto):
1. Alidad Alibaba Ahadpour-Sentenced to 12 years in prison at Victorville Superior Court for his role in Victorville Wal Mart shooting that killed 2. Ahadpour is the accused shooter.
2. Andrew Delmore-Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred at a Victorville Wal Mart. Two people died as a result of the incident.
3. Alfonzo Jackson-Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred at a Victorville Wal Mart. Two people died as a result of the incident.
4. Daniel Vincent Rosales-Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred at a Victorville Wal Mart. Two people died as a result of the incident.
5. Michael Anthony Serrano-Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred at a Victorville Wal Mart. Two people died as a result of the incident.
6. Andrew Vincent Prado-Prado received a year in county jail  his part in shooting at Victorville Wal Mart that left Two dead.
7. Laura Lorenzo Cardona-Sentenced to 6 months county jail as part of a plea deal for part in shooting.

Westside Village Park Crips (Barstow):
1. Joseph Deonn Horne-Arrested for various offenses through all of California. Is said to have left the gang for another in Northern California.

Eastside Bighorn Rydah Gang:Paper Gettin Niggaz (PGN), Anybody Get It (ABG) (Barstow)
1. Terrance L. Brown-Found guilty of assault with a deadly weapon and other charges, sentenced to 21 years in prison.
2. Benny Couser-Arrested for suspicion of attempted murder along with Terrance Brown.
3. Austin Tillman-Arrested for suspicion of rape after he and three other gang members raped a 16 year old Barstow girl in a abandoned house.
4. Antwion Stewart-Arrested for suspicion of rape after he and three other gang members raped a 16 year old Barstow girl in a abandoned house
5. Ray Pacheco-Arrested for suspicion of rape after he and three other gang members raped a 16 year old Barstow girl in a abandoned house
6. Anthony Davis-Arrested for suspicion of rape after he and three other gang members raped a 16 year old Barstow girl in a abandoned house
7. Larry Pollard-Arrested after a gun fight with rival gang member Robert Cole in the Lassen Court area of Barstow.

Drive Island Crips (Barstow):
1. Michael Weathers Jr.-Sentenced to three years in prison for unlawful possession of a firearm after a shooting he committed in Barstow.


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Riverside County

Westside Project Crips: 29th Street, 35th Street, Belltown, Oakietown (Rubidoux)
1. Nathan Ray "C Note" Ware-Found guilty of murder and two counts of robbery with enhancements for using a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony for the shooting death of a Rubidoux man. Sentenced to life in prison for his crimes.
2. Christine Jensen-Pleaded guilty to two counts of receiving stolen property and one count of identity theft. As to each count, a jury found true criminal street gang benefit enhancement allegations. The trial court sentenced her to an aggregate term of four years in prison.
3. Anthony McKinney-Charged with receiving stolen propety and identity theft.  
4. Steven Conyers-Charged with receiving stolen propety and identity theft. He is the step father of Anthony McKinney.
5. John Hannon*
6. Nathaniel Ivery*
7. Marcus Lafayette Brooks*
8.  Roy Lee Hale Jr.*
9. Albert Butts*
10. Richard Allen Hubel*
11. Walter Williams Jr.*
12. Alton Parker Henderson*
13. Shawn Doty*
14. Brian Doty*
15. Antonio Tafolla*
16. Carlos Aguilera*
17. Maurice Whitley-Arrested for burglary and participation in a criminal street gang, for his part in a string of burglaries in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.  
18. J.R Caskey-Arrested for burglary and participation in a criminal street gang, for his part in a string of burglaries in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.  
19. Mister Junior Gatson-Arrested for burglary and participation in a criminal street gang, for his part in a string of burglaries in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
*= Members of PJC that were arrested in drug raid in Rubidoux.

Eastside 1200 Blocc Crips: Georgia Street Mob, 2100 Blk, Crippin Young Gangsters
1. Arsenio Devo Morgan-19, was charged in the deaths of Salvador Soliz, 18, and Romiro Sanchez, 16. They were slain at a December 2008 party near UC Riverside. Morgan is also charged with special circumstances of a hate crime, multiple murders and committing crimes that benefited a criminal street gang. Was a member of the Moreno Valley-based Sex Cash Money gang and was pledging for a Riverside African-American gang, the 1200 Blocc Crips
2. Jymaine Reginald Warren-Pled guilty to robbery and actively participating in a criminal street gang, as a misdemeanor, and admitted the attendant gang and firearm use enhancements. In return, defendant was sentenced to the stipulated term of 12 years in state prison with credit for time served.
3. Daron Anthony "Young Dice" Hooks-Charged with attempted murder, discharging a firearm at an occupied vehicle, being a felon in possession of a firearm, defendant personally discharged a firearm causing great bodily injury and for actively participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to prison in riverside county for his crimes.
4. Joseph Aguilar-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
5. Charinita Arrington-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
6. Kishka Cartwright-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
7. Danny Jerome Conley-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
8. Athena Jenene Crowell-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
9. Maurice Antoine Dixon-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
10. Lennoris Alejandro Doss-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
11. Dennis James Edmond-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
12. Perry Lee Esters-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
13. Timmy Flanagan-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
14. Anthony Earl Forrest-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
15. Excell Hall-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
16. Dane Anthony Hurd Sr.-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
17. Kyle Jennings-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
18. Corey Tyrone Michael Jones-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
19. Alvaro Ramos Lopez-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
20. Christopher Mark Killebrew-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
21. Willie Lee Meadows-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
22. Charlean Nicole Simmons-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
23. Aaniase Clifford Sims-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
24. Daunche Taylor Unger-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
25. Tremain Marcell Tennyson-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
26. Anthony Thomas-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
27. Charles Glenn Vann-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
28. Lonnie Carl Hogan-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
29. Troy Jerry Allen Jimerson-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
30. Jackie Manuel-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
31. Florestine Miller-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
32. Dennis Montrell Jackson-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
33. Lanesha Rene Powell-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
34. Andre Leon King-Arrested in Riverside county gang raid on 1200 Blocc Crips. About half of those arrested had existing warrants, and many face charges of drug or weapons possession; several face gang charges, and three are charged with burglary.
35. Mark Chris Roberts-During a routine traffic stop, police officers found the driver, defendant Mark Chris Roberts in possession of marijuana they found the passenger, defendant Antyon Dotson in possession of about $600, mostly in $20 bills, both also had small amount of cocaine. Officers suspected that Roberts had more drugs concealed somewhere on his person. While transporting him, they repeatedly asked him if he had any other drugs, warning him that it would be a crime to bring drugs into the jail. Just as repeatedly, he said no. Nevertheless, a booking officer found a 4.56-gram rock of cocaine between Robertss buttocks. A jury found Roberts guilty of bringing a controlled substance into a jail. It further found both Roberts and Dotson guilty of possession of cocaine base for purposes of sale, transportation of cocaine base, and participation in a gang. Roberts was sentenced to a total of seven years in prison.
36. Antyon Dotson-During a routine traffic stop, police officers found the driver, defendant Mark Chris Roberts in possession of marijuana they found the passenger, defendant Antyon Dotson in possession of about $600, mostly in $20 bills, both also had small amount of cocaine. A jury found both Roberts and Dotson guilty of possession of cocaine base for purposes of sale, transportation of cocaine base, and participation in a gang. Dotson admitted two 1-year prior prison term enhancements.  Dotson was sentenced to a total of nine years in prison.
37. Charles L. Hale Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison plus 22 years, for raping a Riverside College student at gun point. He was charged with kidnapping to commit rape, making criminal threats, and rape during all of which he used a firearm.He was also a person of intrest in a drive by shooting against rival ESR that injured a 4 year old boy. He was released after police it was determined he was not the shooter in the shooting.
38. Bigg Ran Ran-A 1200 Blooc OG he was one of the original members of the gang. Served time in prison for various offenses.
39. Darrell McClain-Arrested for robbery as well as other offenses.
40. Dion Unger-A former 1200 Blocc Crips member, has been arrested for various crimes.
41. Charles L. Hale Jr.-A jury convicted defendant of kidnapping to commit [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] making [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], and rape in concert, during all of which he used a firearm. Defendant admitted having committed all these crimes while released on his own recognizance in another case. He was sentenced to life plus 22 years in prison.
42. Javante Marquis "Baby Tiptoe" Scott-In 2009 defendant was sentenced to 15 years in prsion for the attempted murder of three Hispanic youth.
43. Lil Tiptoe-Arrested for various crimes. Is the older brother of Baby Tiptoe.
44. Tiptoe-Arrested for various crimes. Is the father or Baby and Lil Tiptoe.

Southside Maniac Mob Crips (Riverside, Mo Val):
1. Dudzai Prosper "Baby IQ" Pswatai-Recieved a sentence of 109 years in prison for the brutal killing of Robert Mastrangelo, a promising rap artist from San Bernardino. The Defendants got the idea for the murder after watching the popular movie Alpha Dog.
2. Jeffrey "Slutter" Berrouet-Plead guilty to murder and accepted 25-years to life in the kidnapping, torture and brutal killing of Robert Mastrangelo.

Sex Cash Murder Gang: Webb Blk, Hemlocc Blk, Villain Squad, Unknown Mafia (Riverside, Mo Val)
1. Christopher Butler-Found guilty of murder and a special circumstance of killing by a street gang murder in the shooting of Allen Anthony White. White was a member of rival gang Doner Blocc Criminal Gang, the murder was considered by law enforcment as a gang ignitiation.
2. Jerry Adams Jr.-Found guilty of two counts of assault with a firearm and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. Sentenced to an indeterminate prison term of 15 years to life
3. Everett Lee Gholston IV-Found guilty of three counts of assault with a firearm one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling and the attempted murder of Felton Young III a DBCG member. Sentenced to indeterminate prison terms of 30 years to life.
4. Correyon Devon Jefferson-Found guilty of the attempted murder of Anthony M. a DBCG member. Sentenced to indeterminate prison terms of 30 years to life.
5.  Damien T. Doster-Found guilty of the second degree murder along with lesser charges, for shooting and killing two men and wounding a third. Hewas sentenced to serve 40 years to life in prison.
6. Darryl Flint-Spivey-A jury convicted Darryl Flint-Spivey of numerous counts arising from a shooting involving rival gangs. The jury found Flint-Spivey guilty of four counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter and four counts of assault with a firearm, one count of shooting at an occupied vehicle and one count of actively participating in a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Flint-Spivey to an indeterminate term of 15 years to life on count 6, which it deemed the principal count, and to concurrent terms for the remaining counts and enhancements. 
7. Jonathan Dewitt "Scrappy" McDowell-A jury convicted defendant Jonathan Dewitt McDowell of two [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] committed on November 7, 2007: one count of selling cocaine base with the intent to promote a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and one count of active participation in a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to a total prison term of six years eight months.

Deathwish Gangster Crips: (Mo Val, Mead Valley)
1. Thomas Edward Nesby-Sntenced to 11 years in prison, but suspended execution of that sentence and placed him on probation after he waived 843 days of pre-sentence credit and agreed to serve 365 days in county jail. he along with a fellow gang-member, burglarized a Perris home in 2006.
2. incy  "Gangster Quincy" Stoot-The court sentenced Stoot to eight years plus 25 years to life, for his part in a Perris, CA burglary.

Southside Mafia 25th Street Crip:Blocc Boyz (Mo Val)
1. Michael Sykes-Charged with kidnapping, rape, four counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and committing a crime to benefit a criminal street gang. He and 5 other Southside Mafia gang members raped an 11 year old in Moreno Valley.
2. Phillip Butler-Charged with rape, four counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and committing a crime to benefit a criminal street gang. He and 5 other Southside Mafia gang members raped an 11 year old in Moreno Valley.
3. Dominique Dupree Hull-Charged with rape, four counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and committing a crime to benefit a criminal street gang. He and 5 other Southside Mafia gang members raped an 11 year old in Moreno Valley.
4. Javonte Marquise Dixon-Charged with rape, four counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and committing a crime to benefit a criminal street gang. He and 5 other Southside Mafia gang members raped an 11 year old in Moreno Valley.
5. Johntae Maurice Dixon-Charged with rape, four counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and committing a crime to benefit a criminal street gang. He and 5 other Southside Mafia gang members raped an 11 year old in Moreno Valley.
6. John Doe-A Southside Mafia Criminal street gang member is arrested in VOA. According to a Riverside County Sheriff’s press release: Moreno Valley Police Department Gang Enforcement Team served a search warrant on a home on the 3300 block of Hammock St., Perris, CA. The search warrant yieded a 38-caliber firrm and evidence showing evidence of the suspects association to the Southside Mafia Criminal street gang
7. Charles Webster King-Arrested along with two minors for a shooting tha occurred in Moreno Valley. King reportedly shot a man twice in the leg after a altercation, the man survived the shooting 8. Allen Troy Brim-Arrest icion of attempted murder, possession of a stolen firearm, possession of marijana for sale and participation in a criminal street gang.
9. Jarrell Keenon Ellsworth- Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in a criminal street gang.
10. Antonio Barragan-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in a criminal street gang.
11. Michael Ballou-Arrested for various crimes, including vehicle theft.
12. Rushey Huey-Has prior convictions for domestic violence, vehicle theft, and receiving stolen property.
13. Dane Hurd-Arrested for second degree burglary and receiving stolen property, and for a parole violation.
14. Gregory Ford Lymuel Jr.-A jury convicted Gregory Ford Lymuel, Jr., of one count of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and two counts of[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. As to the murder count, the jury found true the special circumstance allegation the murder was intentional and perpetrated by means of discharging a firearm at another person outside the motor vehicle with the intent to inflict death. As to all counts, the jury found true allegations Lymuel personally and intentionally discharged a firearm proximately causing great bodily injury or death. Consistent with the jury's determination during the penalty phase of the trial, the trial court sentenced Lymuel to life without the possibility of parole for the murder count. In addition, the trial court sentenced him to two consecutive terms of life with the possibility of parole for the attempted murder counts plus two consecutive terms of 25 years to life for the related firearm enhancements. 

Eastside Dorner Blocc Criminal Gang Crips 2400 Blk:
1. Kwante De Jon "K Dogg" Williams-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in a drive by that killed one Sex Cash Murder Gang member and injured another.
2. Lavelle "Turk" Lynch-Arrested for robbery for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to prison for three years, eight months.
3. Trevor Williams-Arrested for stealing $70,000 worth of Macintosh computers from San Diego County schools.
4. James Harris-Arrested for stealing $70,000 worth of Macintosh computers from San Diego County schools.
5. Jermarr Session-Arrested for stealing $70,000 worth of Macintosh computers from San Diego County schools.
6. Eyon Zimmerman-Charged with multiple felonies,
including burglary, receiving stolen property, and allegations  of  
felonies committed to benefit a criminal  street gang. He and fellow
gang members stole ovwe 25 ipads from a San Diego elementary school in
2013.
7. Thomas Burleson-Charged with multiple felonies,
including burglary, receiving stolen property, and allegations  of  
felonies committed to benefit a criminal  street gang. He and fellow
gang members stole ovwe 25 ipads from a San Diego elementary school in
2013.
18. Trevor Williams-Charged with multiple felonies,
including burglary, receiving stolen property, and allegations  of  
felonies committed to benefit a criminal  street gang. He and fellow gang members stole ovwe 25 ipads from a San Diego elementary school in 2013.
19. Reggie Eugene King-Convicted of robbery, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury , and active participation in a criminal street gang. The jury additionally found true gang enhancement allegations attached to the count 1 and 2 offenses. The court sentenced defendant to an aggregate term of imprisonment of 13 years.
20. Charles King-Arrested along with his brother after beating and robbing a man in Moreno Valley.
21. Trevares Taylor-Arrested after a man was beaten and robbed in Moreno Valley.
22. Dennis Darden-Arrested after a man was beaten and robbed in Moreno Valley.

Westside Edgemont Criminal Gang:Young International Paperchasers, Lady Paperchasers
1. Blake Markson-Convicted of two counts of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, and one count of actively participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to a total term of 10 years eight months in state prison
2. Cedric Greer-Convicted of two counts of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, and one count of actively participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to 10 years in state prison.
3. Barry Tolbert-Convicted of three counts of attempted murder, three counts of assault with a firearm, three counts of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, and one count of actively participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to a term of 15 years to life in prison, plus an additional 20 years.
4. Derrick "Big Deebo" Douglas-Sentenced to 23 years in prison, charged with 10 counts of committing a lewd and lascivious act on a child under the age of 14. 10 counts of procurement of a child under the age of 16 for purposes of a lewd and lascivious act, three counts of pimping a minor and one count of conspiring to pimp a minor. The information further alleged counts 11 through 24 were committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with, a criminal street gang.
5. Niiko Davon Smith-Found guilty of two counts of attempted premeditated murder and one count of active participation in a criminal street gang. The jury found true the allegations that a principal personally and intentionally discharged a firearm and that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. On August 17, 2009, defendant was sentenced to prison for a total term of 35 years to life.
6. Davon "C-Mel" King-Charged with attempted murder for a gang shooting involving Edgemont Criminals and Sex Cash Murder.
7. Davion Shaw-Charged with attempted murder for a gang shooting involving Edgemont Criminals and Sex Cash Murder.
8. Craisean Evans-Charged with attempted murder for a gang shooting involving Edgemont Criminals and Sex Cash Murder. Said to be the driver and shooter in the altercation.
9. Kaleb Bennie "K-Dub" Dominick-Convicted of first degree burglary, actively participating in a criminal street gang, and receiving stolen property. The trial court sentenced him to a total prison term of 13 years and 4 months.    
10. Nolan "Problem Child" Taylor-Convicted of 2007 burglaries and also suffered a gang enhancement as a result.
11. Julius Green-Convicted of burglary and various other charges.
12. Marquis Easley-Convicted of burglary and various other charges.
13. Donnie Gooden-Convicted of burglary and various other charges.
14. Carlton Solin-Convicted of burglary and various other charges.
15. Donyette Yvonne "Lady No Joke" Clark-Arrested in connection with a drive by shooting that killed a member of Sex Cash Murder Gang and injured another. Sentenced to 80 years in prison.
16.  DeShauwn Anthony Robinson-Defendant was sentenced to a total of 66 years 4 months to life for shooting at a man that he felt disrepected him in line at a liquor store.
17. Keandre Narkie Johnson-A "known gang member" and parolee, was arrested in Hemet without incident after the shooting death of 6 year old Tiana Ricks, of Victorville, and attempted murder of her father, 26-year-old Tyrell Ricks Jr.
18. Javon Deandre Harrod-Javon Deandre Harrod was charged, along with three codefendants, with 10 felony offenses. Ranging from attempted murder to participation in a criminal street gang. In September 2010, in accordance with the negotiated agreement, the court sentenced Harrod to 15 years in state prison.
19. Tyrell "Stick" Lancaster-Has been arrested for varioues crimes. Is a known pimp and longtime Edgemont Criminal gang member.
20. Ms. Dukes-Is a known prostitute and Edgemont Criminal gang associate.
21. Mr. Lewis-An admitted member of the gang, he has been convicted of unlawful sexual intercourse with a 12 year old girl.
22. Derrick Douglas-Charged with 10 counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor and other major offenses stemming from him pimping a 13 year old girl whom he was in a relationship with. 
23. Tobin Christopher Roberts-Convicted of, among other crimes, kidnapping to commit robbery and active participation in a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years to life plus another 39 years and four months in prison.

Junior Pimp Riders: (Mo Val)
1. Cayson Lamont Caddell-Convicted of first-degree murder, attempted murder and sentence-enhancing allegations of gang activity and using a firearm during a felony. Caddell was not the shooter but recieved a 120 year sentence for the crime.
2. Travell Darrell Williams-Convicted of first-degree murder, attempted murder and sentence-enhancing allegations of gang activity and using a firearm during a felony. Williams shot Brooke Nicole McKinney in the head outside a home in the 24600 block of Freeport Drive in Moreno Valley on June 10, 2006. The girl, who had joined friends to celebrate their graduation from Valley View High School, was not the defendants' intended target.
3. Cochise Thomas-Was a third defendant in the shooting case of Brook McKinney, who was tried later in the year.

Yarborough Park Crips: (Lake Elsinore)
1. Roderick Aaron "Havoc" Piggee Jr.-Sentenced to 11 years and 8 months for his role in a string of robberies in Riverside County.
2. Anthony Thomas "Lil Demon" Glines-Convicted of six counts of second degree robbery, seven counts of grand theft, active participation in a criminal street gang, and one count of misdemeanor elder abuse for a incident where  a older womans purse was snatched.
3. Jordan Kozee-Stoltz-Charged with attempted Murder and Robbery after a botched drug deal in Riverside County.
4. Christopher Newsome-Charged with attempted Murder and Robbery after a botched drug deal in Riverside County.
5. Killa Conflict-Arrested for various offenses.

Westside Four Corner Hustler Crips: Paper Gang, West Gang, Lake Gang, F Gang (Lake Elsinore)
1. Eric Hunter-Convicted of conspiracy to commit willful, deliberate and premeditated murder with malice aforethought. In bifurcated proceedings, the trial court found that each defendant had committed his crime for the benefit of a street gang. Both were sentenced to prison and appeal.
2. Larry Eugene Miller-Convicted of conspiracy to commit willful, deliberate and premeditated murder with malice aforethought. In bifurcated proceedings, the trial court found that each defendant had committed his crime for the benefit of a street gang. Both were sentenced to prison and appeal. Police believed the gang was planning to shoot local law enforcement.
3. Maurice Leonard Alberti-Charged with three felony counts of possession of armor-piercing ammunition, actively participating in a criminal street gang, namely, Four Corner Hustler Crips (FCHC). The jury found defendant guilty on all counts and also found gang allegations true. Defendant was sentenced to 12 years in prison.
4. Darrick Floyd-Plead guilty to assault with a deadly weapon and admitted the crime was committed to benefit FCHC, sentenced to prison for the crime.
5. Al Hendricks-Sentenced to prison for the crime of assault with a deadly weapon for shooting at rivals at a BBQ in FCHC turf.
6. Eric Hunter-Plead guilty to assault with a deadly weapon and admitted the crime was committed to benefit FCHC, sentenced to prison for the crime.
7. Raymond Lanard "Foolish" Johnson-Charged with Robbery, shooting at an occupied vehicle, using a firearm during a felony, and gang crimes. Johnson was a fugitive at the time of this was written.

Southside Perris Locs: Young Gunners, Frontline, Straight Locs (Perris)  
1. Teyvian "Tiny Money" Taylor-Sentenced to prison for robbery.
2. Semma LaFrance "Savage" Sturges-Convicted of residential burglary, robbery, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury and active participation in a criminal street gang. The jury found true allegations that Sturges personally used a firearm in connection with the count 2 burglary as well as the robberies of counts 3 and 6. Sturges inflicted great bodily injury and Sturges committed counts 7 through 11, 13 and 14 for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The abstract of judgment indicates the court sentenced Sturges to an aggregate determinate term of 39 years, 8 months, and an indeterminate term on count 7 of 15 years to life.
3. Lonnie Lee Odell "Smoke" Holmes-Found guilty of assault with a deadly, possessing a short-barreled shotgun, being a felon in possession of a firearm, actively participating in a criminal street gang and being a felon in possession of ammunition. The trial court sentenced defendant to state prison for a term of nine years.
4. Latravius Brian Gobert-Was found standing in front of an apartment complex, with rock cocaine hidden in his anal cavity, and he was approximately 25 feet from a shotgun hidden in a group of bushes. Gobert was a self-admitted member of the Perris Loc Crips. Gobert was convicted of possessing cocaine base for sale and sentenced to prison.
5. Trayvon Harris-A self-admitted member of the Perris Loc Crips, shot at a rival gang member from one car into another car, injuring the victim. The enumerated criminal acts included, assault, robbery, drug sales, burglary and shooting at an occupied motor vehicle.
6. Damarsay Turner-A self-admitted member of the Perris Loc Crips. Damarsay Turner was convicted of transporting marijuana.
7. Darionne Steven Simpson-Sentenced to serve 14 years to life plus 20 years with credit for a year served after he was found guilty of two counts of attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder and other charges.

Neighborhood Perris Crips:
1. Bryan Edward "Blue" Spencer-Pled guilty to possession of marijauna for sale, actively participating in a criminal street gang and other charges including shooting at a rival gang member who claimed to be a Perris Loc gang member. He was sentenced to serve 4 years in prison.

Gutta Squad Mafia:(Perris/Mo Val)
1. Jerome "J Roc" Williams-Has been convicted of three gang predicate crimes He is a very high ranking member within the gang.
2. Raymond "Duce aka Third aka Little Red"Stewart-Arrested for various crimes.
3.  Rickey "Sneaks" Brown-Arrested for various crimes.
4. Dartagnan Andre "Dro" Gary-The defendant was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of Jared D. A member of the Perris Locs gang.
5. Clarence Rudy Brown-Arrested for various crimes.
6. Jerome Tyree Williams-Arrested for suspicion of robbery, attempted robbery and possession of a firearm.
7. Lewis Edward Myles-Arrested for suspicion of robbery, attempted robbery and possession of a firearm.

Southside Mead Valley Crips (Perris):
1. Kenyata Jamal "Solo" Williams-Charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. Williams was a fugitive but has bee since been captured.

Young Ass Hustlers Squad (Banning):
1. Robert McMorris-Arrested for various offenses. Was involved in a dispute between Gateway Posse Crips and Pueblo Bishop Bloods in which two Gateway members were killed by one of their on accidentally. Morris is the brother of a incarcerated Gateway member.
2. Deshawn Littleton-Arrested for various offenses. Has connections with both the Pueblos and YAH Squad. He helped develope the affliation between the two gangs.
3. Jermarr Sessions-Showed his gun to a neighbor has been arrested on several different charges.
4. Edward Scott-Arrrested for gun possession.
5. Dominic Betts-Testified against members of his own gang.
6. Aaron Lee-Involved in a situation between YAH Squad, Gateway Posse and Pueblo Bishop members. Reportedly threatened another gang member.
7. Jesus Hernandez-Involved in a situation between YAH Squad, Gateway Posse and Pueblo Bishop members. Reportedly struck a gang member during the melee.

Eastside Banning Park Crips:
1. Julian McKee-Arrested for various offenses, was involved in a gang dispute between Gateway Posse Crips which is allied with BPC and YAH Squad and the Pueblo Bishops who are also allied together.

Gateway Posse Crips (Palm Springs, DHS):
1. Tamayo Henry Martinez-Pleaded guilty to assault with a deadly weapon and admitted participation in a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to three years in prison.
2. Jerrett  Lewis-Sentenced to LWOP for the beating death of a Palm Springs security guard. Lewis and another GWPC member robbed  the guard before they beat him to death.
3. Jamar Thomas-Sentenced to LWOP for the beating death of a Palm Springs security guard. Thomas and another GWPC member robbed  the guard before they beat him to death.
4. Roger Wayne Parker-Charged with decapitating a man in DHS that was said to be a "passing acquaintance" of the defendant. Faces Life in prison for the murder.
5. Kenneth Demario "Big Swif" Williams-Convicted of possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance while armed, possession of ammunition by a felon and participation in a criminal street gang. He was also arrested three other times for weapons possession and another for maintaining a drug house. He was also arrested in 1990 for a home invasion robbery. He also has numerous charges of assault, battery. He is a founding member of GWPC.
6. James "Little Swif" Murrell-Arrested on various charges, is the little homie of Kenneth Williams.
7. Kenneth Crawford-Is the cousin of Kenneth Williams who is actually a member of the gang that formed GWPC. Arrested on drug related charge and weapon possession.  
8. Dimitri Allen-Arrested for an outstanding warrant and possession of guns and methamphetamine.
9. Tracy Session-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine. Also arrested for possession of conterfeit money, drug possession for sale and a weapons charge.
10. Christopher Manning-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine. Also arrested for recieving stolen property.
11. Bobby Shaw-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine.
12. Damion Lee-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine.
13. Trevon Smith-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine.
14. Raymond Smith-Charged and arrested for possession of guns and methamphetamine.
15. Darius Lee-Arrested in the beating death of a Palm Springs security guard. He was later aquitted of all charges.
16. Janisa Neal*
17. Zachary Clayton*
18. Dominick Winzer*
19. Rick Davis*
20. Deiter Crawford*
21. Derrick Pine*
22. Russell Manning*
23. Michael Williams*
24. Devin Session*
25. Brandon Fenton*
26. Eugene Booty*
27. Gary Clayton*
28. Roshad Davis*
29. Altonia Jackson*
30. Danny McPeters*
31. Margaret Phillips*
32. Dimitri Allen*
33. Tommy Roberts*
34. Jahrod Shelton*
35. Martel Wash*
36. Steven Ammerson*
* The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and the Palm Springs Police Department announced the arrest of 17 suspects in “Operation Gatekeeper Heat,” an investigation targeting members and associates of the Gateway Posse Crips in the city of Palms Springs and surrounding areas of the Coachella Valley. ATF and PSPD seized and/or purchased more than 35 firearms and large quantities of crack cocaine and methamphetamine throughout Operation Gatekeeper Heat, which is the name of the sting.
37. Roddrick Lee-Arrested after he and other gang members jumped patrons outside of a Denny's in the gangs neighborhood.
38. Tyrone Thomas-Arrested after a brawl outside of Denny's in 2003.
39. Lavareck Ware-Convicted for fighting in public and for helping Tyrone Thomas to escape.
40. Vince Bryan Smith-A jury convicted defendant of two counts of second degree murder and one count of active participation in a criminal street gang. On both counts 1 and 2, the jury found true an allegation that the murders were committed for the benefit of, at the direction of or in association with a criminal street gang.The jury also found that Smith did not commit multiple murders as alleged in the special circumstance and did not intentionally kill the victims while an active member of a criminal street gang and in furtherance of that gang.The trial court sentenced Smith to 15 years to life on count 1 and imposed sentence on count 2 concurrent to count 1. On both gang allegation findings, the court imposed the 15-year mandatory parole eligibility term and an additional 10-year term on each count, but stayed the 10-year terms. On count 3, the court imposed the middle term of two years and imposed the sentence concurrent to the terms on counts 1 and 2. Smith shot and killed to fellow gang members on accident while involved in a dispute with Pueblo Bishop and YAH Gang members.

12th Street Mafia (DHS):
1. William Benjamin Washington-Charged in the Feb. 14, 2011, drive-by shooting of Palm Springs resident Devian Clayton (Gateway Posse) in Desert Hot Springs. Washington is facing charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and participating in a street gang. The shooting took place Valentines day.


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Hispanic Gangs

San Bernardino County

Westside Raiders:
1. Freddy “Leo” Luque-Luque, who promoted fighting with fists, learned the perils of guns first hand. His left eye was destroyed when someone hit him with the trigger guard on a gun. And a shotgun blast that Luque fired as a warning ricocheted and struck a man in the head, paralyzing him. Luque served 18 months in a California Youth Authority jail. Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
2. Rudy Lopez-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
3. Manuel “Mad Dog” Delgado-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.

Westside Bullies:
1. Rudy Sena-Charged with killing Robert “Webet” Garcia a member of the Raiders gang of San Bernardino, in a fight at the Johnson hall in the mid 1950's. Sena stomed on Garcia's chest which bruised his heart and ultimately killed him. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense. Sena's family moved out of San Bernardino never to return after the event.
2. Joe Espitia-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
3. Ramon Soto-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
4. Cruz Galvan-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.

Westside Mount Vernon Monarchs:
1. Joe Avila-Was a member of the Mt. Vernon Monarchs gang before they left for Rialto. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo SUR Crazy Ones 13:
1. Isaac Aguirre-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
2. Vincente Meza-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
3. Jesse "Jess Dog aka Worm" Chavez-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
4. Gary "Trusty" Roque-Arrested Charged with a triple shooting in SB that killed three.
5. Dominick Carabajal-Arrested for various minor offenses.
6. Chango Moreno-Has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo Mt. Vernon Rifa 13:
1. Phillip "Chano" Chavez-High Ranking Eme member who had been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino. He and his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez were shot to death by Ernie "Leche" Carillo in retaliation for Chano's ordering the death of his nephew Michael Carillo.
2. Cisco James Hartsch-Convicted of three counts of first degree murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. As to all counts, the jury found that he personally used a firearm. It returned a verdict of death, based on the special circumstance of multiple murder. In May 1993, a developmentally disabled man was robbed and shot to death in a school parking lot. Defendant told a cellmate he had committed the killing. In September 1993, defendant was part of a group that accosted a homeless couple. They beat and stabbed the man and stole his jacket, sweatshirt, and shirt. Hartsch resisted arrest and was subdued with pepper spray. In October 1994, while in a juvenile rehabilitation program, defendant forced a tentmate to orally copulate him. When confronted, defendant admitted the victim's allegations. In 1995, shortly before the murders in this case, defendant struck his former girlfriend Armanda Ramirez on two occasions.
3. Carlos Lopez-Sentence to spend a undetermined amount of time in prison. Lopez was one of two men who shot and killed Bobby "Big Tae" Brookins, a PDL gang member as he waited on the bus at a SB bus stop for no reason at all. Brookins cousin Byron was also shot but survived.
4. Manuel Luis Cruz-Sentenced to over 55 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
5. Alberto Arroyo-Sentenced to over 65 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
6. Benjamin Frank Chagolla-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
7. Steven Agudo-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
8. Leonard Lara-Sentenced to 25 years to life plus a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The trial court also imposed a 10-year gang enhancement. Lara shot a man in the head with a shotgun on San Bernardino's westside.
9. Danny Maynard-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
10. Esgardo Ramirez-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
11. Carlos Soto Jr.-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca. Soto was the cousin of Rojas.  
12. Salvador Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Jimmy Urbina after a altercation about defendant and a friend putting gas in the victims car after using it.
13. Jose Ramirez-While driving in a car with documented gang members from Northside Redlands and Southside Rialto Ramirez was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun reported stolen in San Bernardino. Ramirez, a convicted felon, was arrested.
14. Jonathan Valencia-For the murder of Jose Vargas over a disagreement about a car, a jury convicted defendant, Jonathan Valencia, of first degree murder, during which he intentionally discharged a firearm, causing death. He was sentenced to prison for two consecutive terms of 25 years to life.
15. Richard Segura-Arrested for burglary and numerous other charges.
16. Jason Matthew Navarro-Charged with burglary and numerous other crimes.
17. Angel Robert Salazar-Salazar was charged with two counts of murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, with various enhancement allegations including that the offenses were committed to benefit a gang. Salazar's two strike offenses occurred on September 18, 1995, when he was 16 years old.  Salazar was charged as an adult, and he pled guilty to attempted robbery, and to kidnapping with an enhancement for personal use of a firearm.  The offenses to which he pled guilty were against a single victim.   He was sentenced to eight years eight months in prison, consisting of five years for the kidnapping, three years for the firearm use, and eight months for the attempted robbery.  He entered prison in 1997. At sentencing, Salazar requested that the trial court dismiss at least one of his strike priors so he could avoid a life sentence.  The court declined his request and sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison.
18. Antonio Garcia-Johnny Alvarez (CSL) and Garcia were jointly tried for one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a firearm. The jury could not reach a verdict on the attempted murder charges, and the court declared a mistrial. The jury convicted on the remaining charges. The People dismissed the attempted murder charges. 
19.  Todd Michael "Casper" Smith-The defendant was sentenced to nine years in prison for a home invasion robbery.
20. Guillermo Garcia-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School. He was instead sentenced to serve 15 years in prison.
21. Michael "Little Thumper" Paez-Arrested for various crimes, including his part in the murder of a friend in the High Desert. 

Westside Verdugo 7th Street Calle Siete Locos 13:
1. Luis "Maldito" Mendoza-A founding member of the 7th street Locos Mendoza was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the Dead Presidents case. A case which involved his childhood friend whom was killed by Mendoza and three others due to orders sent down from La Eme.
2. Lorenzo Inez Arias-A high ranking 7th street member also sentenced to the death penalty for his part in the Dead Presidents case.
3. Froylan Chiprez-Arrested in Tijuana by Mexican law enforcement officials who were working with the FBI’s Inland Regional Apprehension Team for his role in a quadruple homicide in San Bernardino.
4. John Adrian Ramriez-Sentenced to 12 years in prison in exchange for his testimony in Dead Presidents case.
5. Stacy Cheyenne Nunez-Barajas-Sentenced to one year of electronic monitoring and five years probation for her role in a 2006 murder-for-hire plot. She originally faced 27 years for the charge.
6. Erik Barajas-Received six months for his role in a highly publicized case linking him and his sister to the Mexican Mafia and the methamphetamine trade in the Inland Empire.
7. Deborah 'Cookie' Cortez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
8. Lisa 'Flaco' Rochas-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
9. Peter 'Wino' Amaya-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang. Amaya is accused of organizing the plot. The Amaya's have controlled gang activity on the Westside of San Bernardino since the incarceration of the Hernandez brothers.
10. Sean Milo "Scrappy" Rodriquez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
11. Lawrence 'Pelon' Cabrera-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
12. Nicole Rene Majarrez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
13. Albert Angel "Spanky" Amaya-Reputed tax collector for Emero Salvador Hernandez is sentenced to serve a mandatory 25 years to life sentence under the three stikes law.
14. Janette V. Amaya-Received a six year prison term after pleading no contest to a charge of transporting heroin for sale. Amaya was convicted of the special circumstance of being a gang member and was alledged to have "recruited females to run guns and drugs and do other business for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Daniel "Big D" Uruiza-Offered a plea deal of 16 years to life for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
16. Raymond Sullivan-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School. He was instead sentenced to serve 15 years in prison.
17. Oswaldo Amezcua Ramirez-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
18. Jesse Lopez-Shot Carlos Bermudez Ortuno shortly after a verbal confrontation over the fact Ortuno had showed disrespect for defendant and his gang, 7th Street. Sentenced to an aggregate term of 42 years to life in state prison.
19. Salina Carabajal-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements arising out of the shooting, if she testified truthfully, she was to be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in prison but recieved 4 years probation for the deadly SB shooting in which she was a getaway driver.
20. Johnnie "Krazie aka Johnnie Boy" Chagolla-Sentenced to 90 years in prison for robbery and murder of a local SB drug dealer.
21. Michael Anthony Rey-Charged with attempted murder of a police officer in SB. Rey was a minor at the time of the incident.
22. Jose Ralph "Jinxy" Marquez-Arrested and charged with assault with a firearm for shooting Jennifer Herrera in the leg. The trial court sentenced Marquez to a total term of 45 years to life in prison.
23. Michael "Chango" Monson Jr.-Charged with the shooting death of his mothers ex-boyfriend in San Bernardino. Monson claims he shot Jose Luis Moya in self defense.
24. Luis Martinez Gonzales-Sentenced to for years for killing 34-year-old Deena Serrano, after her daughter and a girl living in the Gonzales home were involved in a fight. Serrano a Colton resident, came to the house with members of a local gang and began to break windows. Gonzales fearing for he and his families safety shot and fatally hit the woman. He was sentenced to 4 years for man slaughter since it was a self-defense issue.
25. Miguel Angel Duke-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
26. Robert Cirilo Rodriguez-Charged with storing ammunition for the Westside street gang that authorities say was planning to kill a “dropout” member. Rodriguez a documented member of the gang is also the father of two documented members arrested for thier parts in the plot.
27. George "Little Hoodlum" Jimenez-Arrested and charged with grand theft, vandalism and misdemeanor battery at the age of 16 in 1994. He recieved a short juvenile hall sentence and probation.
28. Erlindo Honesto-Arrested for selling guns to a undercover police officer posing as a gang member. Is the stepfather of two 7th Street members, Jose and Jesse Lopez.
29. Melicio Reyes-Sentenced to 130 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
30. Daniel "Psycho" Mendivil-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
31. Angelica Romero-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
32. Albert "Laughing Boy" Gutierrez-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
33. Dellaery Limon-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days .Limon also faces an assault with deadly weapon charge for attacking one of the victims with a knife.
34. Jose Noya-Arrested and charged with murder.
35. Daniel Olguin-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
36. Yolanda Marie Trivizo-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
37. Steven Gregory Martin-accepted a plea agreement in 2005 and pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for his part in the torture and murder of 38 year old Sean Bret Rounsville.
39. James Fuentes-Sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
40. Daniel Diaz Robles-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
41. Malo Fernandez-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
42. Benny Ramirez-Arrested in connection with a burglary of that was committed at the house of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas before he was slain.
43. Joseph Robledo-Arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a undercover Fontana police officer. Five Fontana plainclothes police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation that led them to San Bernardino's North K Street. They were sitting in their cars doing surveillance when a man approached one officer and brandished a handgun, police said. When the officer identified himself, the gunman, alleged to be Joseph Robledo, 26, started running. The officer started chasing him, at which time another gunman, alleged to be 22-year-old Ralph Larios, walked up and started shooting at the officer, hitting him in the leg. Another undercover officer, an eight-year veteran of the Fontana Police Department, came to the aid of the wounded officer. He shot and killed Larios, Hostetter said. Police canvassed the area and later found and arrested Robledo, but no gun was found.
44. Ralph Larios-Larios shot at Fontana detectives during a police stakeout striking one in the leg. He was killed by a eight year veteran of the Fontana police department.
45. Margarito "Cisco" Cortez Jr.-Arrested for crimes committed in 2003. He was shot and killed not too far from where he lived on Olive street in San Bernardino. He was on probation for a recent misdemeanor conviction of carrying a dagger at the time of his death.
46. Jose Navarro-A West Side Verdugo gang member, was convicted of murdering a young man who asked for a cigarette in October 2003.
47. Richard Aurelio "Lil Chorizo" Chagolla-Arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Melecio Alcantar who he shot in the head over a drug transaction. He also has a few burglaries and an evading police officers arrest on his record. He was killed in San Bernardino during a police chase in 2009.
48. Arturo Ortiz-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
49. Geahetta Amaya-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.  
50. Erlindo Honesto Jr.-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
51. Blacky-Has served time in a California state prison.
52. Johnny Alvarez-Defendant along with Antonio Garcia (MVR) was convicted of three counts of assault with a firearm for shooting three bystanders during a gang-related dispute. The jury found on each count that defendant was armed with and personally used a handgun, inflicted great bodily injury, and committed the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to 33 years 4 months.
53. Johnny Ibarra-Has spent a lot of time in juvenile hall and jail. Was once accused of attempted murder but was later released.
54. Ronald Jaramillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
55. Kirk Albert "Little Joker" Romero-Found guilty of first-degree murder. The trial court sentenced the defendant to prison for an indeterminate term of 25 years to life. 

Westside Verdugo Little Counts Gang 13:
1. Robert "Sportie" Beltran-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also arrested on charges of possessing narcotics for sale.
2. Robert Larios-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also wanted for domestic violence and kidnapping stemming from an incident he was involved in.
3. Daniel" Danny Boy" Martinez-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements. He was to be sentenced to 25 years in prison but instead recieved a shortened 15 year sentence. The plea bargain was conditional on his truthful testimony. Martinez was a accomplice in a deadly SB shooting that left one dead.
4. Ruben Ray Jurado-Charged with attempted murder and multiple sentencing enhancements for using a firearm in the shooting that critically wounded Christoper Sullivan, an Afghanistan war veteran. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year while serving with the military in Afghanistan. He suffered a cracked collarbone and brain damage. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in March 2012.
5. Ernie "Leche" Carillo-High ranking Eme member, charged in the deaths of Phillip "Chano" Chavez of MVR his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez. The murder was retaliation for the murder of Carillo's nephew who was killed after he failed to make good on a promise he made while in jail. Ernie was killed a month later in retaliation for the murder.
6. Michael Carillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county. Is the nephew on Eme member Ernie "Leche" Carillo, he was killed for not making good on a promise he made to a the Eme.
7. Ernesto Aguirre-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the broad daylight murder of ESC member Daniel Martinez in a Wal Greens parking lot on Mt. Vernon and Baseline in SB.

Westside Verdugo Manor Boys 13:187 Murder Block
1. Victor "Big Vic" Gonzales-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county, he has since died
2. Black Mike-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
3. Big Jeff-A local San Bernardino rapper, arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county

Westside Crazy Insane Mexicans:
1. Mark Amabisca-Arrested for stealing nearly a dozen handguns and rifles from the Magnum Range on South Lugo, in San Bernardino. His girlfriends brother died from being shot by one of the stolen guns as she played with it and it accidentally went off.

Southside Verdugo Flats Gang 13:Pear st, Congress st, Marijaunos
1. Bryant Jesus "Cee" Urias-Sentenced to 35 years in prison as part of a plea deal in killings of 4 San Bernardino residents in 2005 and 2006
2. Danny Moreno-Arrested in connection with a murder that occured in a San Bernardino half way house.
3. Frank Javier Cardona-Police seized 76 pounds of black tar heroin in Cardona's home located in an area controlled by the Verdugo Flats gang at 1277 W. King Street. Prosecutors charged the Cardona with possession of a controlled substance, heroin, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a peace officer. Cardona was also charged with discharging a firearm with gross negligence.
4.Joseph Vigal-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Maximo Lucas Sistoza-Arrested for the murder of a fellow member of SSVF, after a brief altercation. Sistoza viewed the victim as a outsider of the gang. He was also accused in a unrelated shooting on Pear Street that was also said to be gang related.
6. Louis Vidaurri-Held and charged in four SB shootings that happened in 2007 and 2008.
7. Matthew Austin Solari-Arrested for the murder of Rey Flores in front of his home in San Bernardino. The shooting came up as a result of a ongoing dispute between the two.
8. Marco Antonio Pimentel-Pimentel is charged with the death of Luis Miguel Mendoza, shot in his Highland apartment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana and being a prohibited person to own ammunition, according to court records.
9. Robert Richard "Flaquito" Chavez Sr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Jason Ray Martinez a rival from a Colton street gang. Chavez's son had been killed by Ontario gang members but the defendant thought members of Martinez's gang were responsible for the murder.  
10 Robert Richard Chavez Jr.-Arrested on various charges, was killed by Ontario gang members in Colton at a crowded restaurant.
11. Ricardo Mercado Preciado-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
12.  Matias Castillo Lomeli-The father of Ricardo Mercado Preciado, Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He was killed in the 1200 block of West Congress Street, where police responded to reports of shots fired, officials said.
13. Unnamed Minor-Arrested and charged with the killing of 21-year-old 7th Street member Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino. Espino was found dead Sunday with a gunshot wound to his head in his silver Honda Pilot parked at the end of the cul-de-sac in the 200 block of South Lenore Avenue. The minor was arrested in the 1200 block of Congress and booked into a juvenile detention facility.
14. Esequiel Cisneros-Arrested for the murder of  Gregorio "Chile" Gonzales, who was visiting a memorial made for Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino who was shot and killed in the same spot just weeks prior to his death. Witnesses say that "Cisneros came up to them, asked if they were from the Westside and started shooting.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13:
1. Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo-Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.
2. Mike Garcia Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
3. Cesar Pulido-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
4. Jesse Samuel Carranza-Shot 15 year old Steve Guzman of San Bernardino on Belle st. Police Department’s gang unit saw Carranza leaving a residence in the 200 block of East Kingman Street and get in a vehicle. Carranza was stopped near 4th Street and Sierra Way, where he was arrested. Jesse Samuel Carranza was released from jail on Wednesday, 2012 five days after police arrested him on suspicion of murder. Police booked him into jail after witnesses identified him as the man who shot Steven Guzman on Jan. 27 near Belle Avenue and 15th Street. Guzman died of his wounds at a hospital, authorities said. Police said they discussed the case with the District Attorney's Office and determined the evidence was inconclusive that Carranza was a suspect, said police spokesman Paul Williams.
5. Joseph "Sinner" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of "Ponci" and the cousin of Bobby.
6. "Ponci" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of Joseph and the cousin of Bobby.
7. Bobby Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the cousin of both "Ponci" and Joseph.
8. Chito-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
9. Robert Meraz-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
10. Philip Castillo-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
11. Hankle "Smoke-Dawg" Meraz-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
12. Jeremy James Figueroa-Arrested and charged with the double murder of two Little Counts gang members in San Bernardino.
13. Emilio Roberto Guerrero III-Arrested and charged in the murder of two Little Counts members on the Eastside of San Bernardino.

Eastside Verdugo Valley Gang 13:
1. Luis "Triste" Aguilar-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
2. Triggers-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. Goofy-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.                                                                                
4. Ruben Adrian Arriola-Charged in the shooting death of his 63 year old neighbor in south-east San Bernardino.

Eastside Verdugo Dwight Way Gang 13:
1. Ralph Montecino Ryan-Arrested in connection with the shooting death of Los Angeles gang member James Charles Ramirez on Fairfax Drive in eastern San Bernardino. The victim had apparently been harrassed by local gang members because of his affiliation.
2. Heriberto Millan-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. E-Monster-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Varrio Redlands 13:
1. Mathew Ruben Manzano-Sentenced to life without parole for killing Raymond Holguin Jr. of Mentone, who had testified against him in a 2001 carjacking case. Manzano shot the man in the head seven times, wounded the man's 2-day-old son and shot and killed the man's stepfather.
2. Eric Estrada-Charged with murder for taking part  the death of Raymond Holguin Jr.
3. Armando Fonseca-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the shooting death of a Mentone man and his stepfather, and also the wounding of the mans 2 day old son.
4. David Michael "Risky" Lopez-Charged with conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute, Distribute, and Aid and Abet the Distribution of Methamphetamine. Sentenced to 30 months (2 1/2 years) for the crimes.
5. Thomas Cose-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
6. David Diaz-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
7. Anthony Legaspi-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, the suspected shooter along with John David Salazar, Jose Ramon Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
8. John David Salazar-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, Salazar, Lara and  Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
9. Jose Ramon Lara-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Lara is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. John David Salazar, Anthony Legaspi and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
10. Adrian Powers-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands.
11. Lil E-A local Redlands rapper arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses. Currently serving a life sentence in Chino State Prison.
12. Randy Ortis-Charged with shooting three people outside Charlie Jewell’s bar and grill at 1 East State Street in Redlands.
13. Alejandro Maciel Sanchez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
14. Juan Rene Gonzalez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
15. Gilly-Currently serving a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison.
16. Drifter-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
17. Lil Sal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
18. Dopey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
19. Criminal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
20. Shyboi-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
21. B­rownie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
22. Smilie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Stranger-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Knighto­wl-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
25. Toro-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Northside Redlands Lokos 13:
1. Jason Xavier "Luckie" Gonzales-Arrested for the killing of Rhonda Rose Santellanez, 24,  who was shot in her home in the 7000 block of Grove Avenue in Highland. The case was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
2. Paul Rene Prado-Faces life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old Adrian Valdovinos in Redlands.
3. David Martinez-Arrested in 2000 for a assault on a peace officer sentenced to 10 years in prison. While incarcerated was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Martinez called a member of his gang from prison to order the killing of a fellow gang member from Northside Redlands. Martinez also served time in 1993 for shooting at an unoccupied vehicle.
4. Jason Marcus Cardoza-Arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of Firearm and Ammunition and also conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine. Also in a later eventwhile attempting to flee police Cardoza, threw a loaded semi-automatic handgun which had been reported stolen in Yucaipa. He was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. He was driving with other known gang members.
5. Manuel Robert Chavez-Convicted of first degree murder, during which he used a firearm and discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. The jury further found that a principal had discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. Chavez was sentenced to prison for two consecutive 25-year-to-life terms.
6. Mathew Xavier Lopez-Convicted of second degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Chavez and Lopez went looking for Varrio Redlands members after Lopez's house was shot at by them. Instead they found the victim and his two nephews who were drunk and got into a altercation with the defendants. The Defendants then shot the victim who was not a gangmember, he died from his wounds.
7. Oscar Omar Correa-Arrested at his home in Riverside for shooting a Colton gang member at a party in Redlands.
8. Raymond Mendoza-Arrested along with members of Varrio Pecan Street in Moreno Valley for the murder of a member of Sex Cash.
9. Gino Gonzales-Arrested in Federal Rico case along with members of Westside Verdugo and Varrio Redlands for various crimes.
10. Felipe Fraga-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
11. Martin Mendez-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.

Eastside Highland Colonial 13:
1. Lucio John "Little Creeper" Audelo-Sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of Lazaro Espino a KBS member.
2. Eddie "Little Boxer" Meza-Arrested as an accomplice to the murder of Lazaro Espino.
3. Lorenzo Gomez-Was involved in a police pursuit in Highland that ended with the suspect being critically wounded by police. After being released from the hospital he was booked in jail on various charges.
4. Rique "Don Dreamer" Riquelma-Was wanted by police and arrested soon after. Was sent to serve time in a federal prison. He has been sent to jail on numerous occasions.

Eastside Rialto 13:King Street, Rialto Wickedz
1. OG Milo-He has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of King Street.
2. Salvador-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Chucky's older brother.
3. Chucky-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Salvador's younger brother.
4. Pelon-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz.

Westside Rialto 666 Locos 13:
1. Peter Soto-Pled guilty to first-degree murder for shooting a homeless man in Redlands over a dispute about a dog. He was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison.
2. Paul Soto-Paul Soto pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a seven-year sentence inprison for the shooting of Ricky Dean Davis, a 48-year-old homeless man.

Northside Rialto 13:High Life, Bohnert Street Locos, Malditos, Renisanz,
1. Steven "Cam-Capone" Camaion-Arrested in connection with Southside Rialto gang sweep. Over 15 guns were recovered from his home. Capone is a local Rialto rapper.
2.  Luis Victor Barba-Charged with attempted murder and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Sentenced to jail time and three years formal probation.

Southside Rialto 13:Calle Sage Street, Los Monarchs Rifa
1. Mario "Lil Stomper" Valderrama-Arrested for the murder of Keith Parks in Redlands.
2. Donald Edward Sanchez-Booked for making terrorist threats, being a felon in possession of a firearm and participation in a criminal street gang. Arrested in Adelanto.
3. Manuel "Daffie" Espinoza-Charged with the murder of Joseph Aragon at a Riverside ave liquor store. Espinoza was never put in jail for the crime, he was gunned down by Rialto narcotics officers after a shoot out in Rialto.
4. Jason Trang-Arrested in 2001 for Possession of illegal drugs, served time in prison.
5. Albert Jaramillo-Arrested for vehicle theft and later a parole violation. He was also brought up in the gang injunction on SSR.
6. Joaquin Robert Zamora -Sentenced to prison in 1998 for Possessing stolen  property. He was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood known as "The Flats." Home to one of San Bernardino's biggest gangs the Southside Verdugo Flats.
7. Jason Garfinkel-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He is a shot caller in the gang.
8. Marco "Stomper" Aguilar-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He was involved in a dispute were he pulled a neighbor out of his house and beat him, just for fun.
9. Stephanie Lenczyk-One of the few female members in SSR, Lenczyk has been arrested on various charges. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a Varrio Chula Vista gang member, after they got into an altercation because of him leaving her for another girl.
10. Ronald Montoya-Arrested for evading police and for being a felon in possession of ammunition. He was driving with documented members of Northside Redlands and another known gang associate.
11. Leo Carillo-Was a member of the Monarchs gang and the first member to be killed. He had been arrested for various offenses.
12. Richard "Dickie" Carranza-Was the president of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
13.  Jaime Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
14. Julio Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.                               
15. Joe "Mister Crazy"-Arrested in 1995 for a crime he did not commit but confessed to for a friend from Sage Street.

Southside Rialto Playboyz 13:
1. David Ramon Cimental-Sentenced to 14 years in state prison for shooting 17-year-old Jose "Decaf" Morales, who he associated with a rival party crew, multiple times with a shotgun on New Years Eve 2005 outside King's Barbers, located in the 500 block of South Pepper Avenue.
2. Joshua Zamora "Knucclez" Gonzales-Sentenced to an aggregate prison term of 86 years eight months to life, consisting of an indeterminate term of 75 years to life and a determinate term of 11 years eight months for a shooting at a Colton party that ended with three gunshot victims.
3. Gilbert Dewitt "Notch" Isom-Arrested for a shooting at Anderson Park in which three African American males were shot. The shooting started as a fight at Rialto High between Hispanic students and a group of African American males. When the fight continued at Anderson park when school let out the shooting 21 year old Isom pulled out a gun and shot the three teens. One was listed in critical condition.
4. Max Cardenas-Arrested in connection with the murder of a valinda gang-member at a party in Rialto. Later released and cleared of all charges.
5. Juan Jose Cardenas -Convicted of first degree murder and attempted murder, with firearm use and gang enhancement findings. Cardenas shot a Valinda gang member at a house party in Rialto after a fight. Police say the victim, Ivan Vega, had been shot nine times with at least three different guns, two of which were revolvers and the third a semi-automatic. Eight of the shots had a downward trajectory and the remaining shot was fired at Vegas back at a distance of about one-half inch. Vega died of his wounds Cardenas was sentenced to a prison term of 80 years and 8 months to life.
6. Robert S. Morgan-Originally charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling in association with a criminal street gang, defendant, Robert S. Morgan, pled guilty to a lesser charge of being an accessory after the fact. He was placed on probation with gang terms, and appeals, challenging the finding that a motor vehicle was involved, and several conditions of probation imposed pursuant to the plea agreement. Nobody was shot in the incident.
7. Victor Reyes-Charged as a accessory after the fact, to a crime that was caused by another person dating his ex-girlfriend.

Northside Colton 13:Funny Company, Bloque Locos
1. James Garcia-Found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm and of possessing stolen property The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
2. Edward Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
3. Anthony Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
4. Frank Xavier Rodriguez-Sentenced to 77 years for murder.
5. Jimmy Edward Cotinola-Convicted of first degree murder with personal and intentional discharge of a firearm.
6. Joseph Farias-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Samuel Resendez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for possession of a deadly weapon charge.
8. Paul Henry Camarena-Plead guilty to forgery charges, and the prison term priors were stricken. The court imposed the upper term of three years in state prison.
9. Daniel Angel Lopez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
10. Joe Martin Rodriguez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
11. Joseph “Colorado Red” Arias-Arrested for accidentally shooting his crime partner "Spider" Arriaga during a robbery. Both were high ranking members in La Eme at the time of the incident. He and other Eme and Aryan Brotherhood members were also involved in a fight with Black Guerilla Family members in which BGF leader W. L. Nolen, Cleveland Edwards was killed by a prison gaurd. An A.B member was also shot but survived his wound in the melee at Soledad prison in 1970.  
12. Guillermo Morales-Arrested and sent to prison for crimes committed in San Bernardino county, Ca.
13. Ruben Rodriguez-Booked into jail for attempt robbery after he and two other suspects robbed a Colton teen in a Northside park.
14. Eric Perez-Arrested for a gang related shooting in Colton.
15. Adrian Herrera-Arrested for a gang related shooting in Colton.
16. James Garcia-A jury found defendant and appellant James Garcia guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm  and of possessing stolen property.  The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang.  The trial court sentenced defendant to a total term in state prison of 14 years.

Eastside Colton Hanna Street Locos 13:
1. Tito Perez Sr.-A high ranking member of Eastside Colton, has been arrested on numerous charges.
2. Tito Perez Jr.-Charged with the murder of Alex Alaniz a Northside Colton gang member.
3. Eric "Puppet" Perez-Charged with carrying a loaded weapon for the benefit of a gang. The court committed appellant to CYA for a total of three years four months:  16 months, the low term, for the weapons possession, plus two consecutive years, also the low term, for the gang enhancement.
4. Vincent Christopher Lennon-Pled guilty to evading a police officer and unlawfully driving or taking a vehicle In return, defendant was placed on formal probation for a period of three years on various terms and conditions, including serving 180 days in county jail.
5. Eric Esquer-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
6. Arthur Guzman-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.  7. Jacob Avila-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Avila’s prior criminal record included exhibiting a firearm.
8. Daniel Martinez-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez’s prior criminal record included tampering with marks on a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm.
9. David Vargas-Charged with possession of a deadly weapon in benefit of a street gang.
10. Daniel "Steilo" Lennon-Arrested on various charged as a juvenile and for possession of a stolen vehicle.
11. Freddy Joe Enriquez-Was wanted for various crimes committed in Colton when he was gunned down by police. Shot five times in the chest and twice in the head. As a result of the shooting Eastside Colton declared war on the Colton Police department.
12. David Bermudez-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
13. Jose Rivera-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
14. Dennis Berver-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.

Southside Colton La Paloma Lokos 13:
1. Andrew Robert Ramirez-Killed 19-year-old Michael McLeod outside a party was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
2. Salvador Sotelo-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
3. Angel Cardoza-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
4. Harold Rogers-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
5. Manuel John Sanchez-Arrested for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle and in connection with various parole violations.
6. Eric Andre Rivera-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the Aug. 4, 2007, slaying of a rival gang member in Bloomington. He was transferred from Wasco State Prison, where he was serving time for unrelated drug charges.
7. Macedonio Jose Arellano-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
8. Gina Marie Gomez-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
9. Andrew Ramirez-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
10. Matthew Delgado-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton. Also charged as a shooter in the death of Ramiro Martinez at a Colton park on the Southside of the city.
11. Vincent Ruiz-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. Ruis has also been arrested for rape by force or fear.
12. Michael Baisa-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.
13. David Jaurequi-Has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County. On June 15, 2012 he was arrested in a raid conducted by SMASH (San Bernardino Movement Against Street Hoodlums) in San Bernardino for a outstanding warrant, 90 people were arrested in all.

Westside Bloomas Number St. Locos 13:
1. Rigoberto Casillas-Charged with two counts of attempted premeditated murder on two separate victims. The defendant personally used a firearm to commit the crime and the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Recieved a sentence of 365 days in jail and 36 months probation.
2. Richard Henderson Jr.-Convicted by DDA Adam Pierce for possession of firearms by a felon. Henderson, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had 1 Glock pistol, 1 Soviet semi-automatic rifle, 2 rifles and 1 shotgun in his possession, 2 of which were stolen. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Roland Berry-High ranking Eme member from the Bloomington area. Arrested for various offenses.
4. John Gilbert Mata-Arrested and charged with the murder of Eduardo Gonzalez of Bloomington and Gregory Gutierrez and attempted murder of George Gutierrez in Bloomington on 9th and Pepper.

Southside Fontana 13:Chingones Slover Street, Trece Fontana Kings, Tha Hood Locos
1. Angel Valencia-Judge Ingrid A. Uhler sentenced Valencia a member of TFK May 27 in Fontana Superior Court to 115 years to life.
2. Andrew Valdivia-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison. Convicted of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Is a Member of TFK
3. Daniel Hernandez-Testified against Valencia and Valdivia during the trial in exchange for a plea bargain from prosecutors that carried a one-year jail sentence. Is a member of TFK
4. Daniel Moreno-Shot a two year old in front of his mother at a Burger King in Pomona. He was killed by police shortly after. He is a member of TFK.
5. Raymundo Lopez-Lopez shot officer Kevin Goltara March 15, 2003, when the officer stopped him and Rodriguez on Barbee Street in a stolen Pontiac that Rodriguez carjacked a day before. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
6. Vincent Rodriguez-Sentenced to 65 in shooting of officer Kevin Goltara, who survived the shooting.
7. Steven Anthony "Bandit" Dlugitch-Charged with one count of possession for sale of methamphetamine. The information also alleged that the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang.
8. Isaac Belmontez-Charged with two counts of attempted murder stemming from a Fontana gang shooting.
9. Fernando Brian Chavira-Charged with assault with a deadly weapon after he tried to stab a Fontana policeman. Chavira was shot in the incident but survived.
10. Ricardo Hernandez-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder. Upon release Hernandez was shot and killed by rival gang members. He is a member of THL.
11. Luis Antonio-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder.
12. Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr.-Killed his 11 week pregnant girlfriend and dumped her body in a trash can in a Southridge neighborhood. He is a member of TFK.
13. Ruben Macias-Found guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed Luis Martinez outside the Los Domingos cantina in Hesperia in 2006. Received more then 75 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
14. Salvador Orozco "Tio" Hernandez-High ranking Eme member who is currently serving a 10 year prison term on racketeering related charges. Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Alfred Hernandez-Serving 2 year sentence of possible Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
16. Angelo Sanchez-Was under Post Release Community Supervision, was taken into custody on suspicion of vehicle theft, street gang activity, and possession of stolen property. Police found a AK-47 assault rifle in a stolen car with him and fellow gang member, Jimmy Sandoval.
17. Jimmy Sandoval-Sandoval, 27, of Fontana, who was on parole as a result of AB 109, was arrested on suspicion of being a convict in possession of a firearm, vehicle theft, attempting to evade a police officer while driving recklessly and street gang activity.
18. Tim Cervantes-Arrested for pulling a gun a little girl. He is a member of TFK
19. David Rey Fierro-Defendant David Rey Fierro was convicted by a jury of first degree murder and two counts of robbery. The jury found true the special circumstance allegation that the murder was committed during the perpetration of a robbery and also returned a special finding that defendant shot and killed the victim. As to each count the jury also found that defendant used a firearm to commit the offense. The jury fixed the penalty at death. This appeal is automatic. He is a member of the CGS.
20. David "Coyote" Long-He is a O.G member of the Chingones, jailed for various offenses.
21. Big Bago-ahae is a O.G member of the Chingones. He has also been arrested for various crimes in San Bernardino County.
22. Johnny Bravo-Is a member of TFK, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
23. Ruben G-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
24. Cyco-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
25. Lil Smiley-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
26. Killer-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
27. Huero-He has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
28. Alex Hernandez-Stabbed by members of the Chingones gang. He is the brother of Daniel Hernandez, whom turned states evidence in a case involving fellow gang members for a reduced sentence.
29. Villian-Has served time in a California state prison.

Hard Times Posse 13:
1. Christian Ivan Sanchez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in futherance of a drug crime also aiding and abetting and causing an act to be done. Sentenced to 16 years in prison. Is said to be the leader of the gang.
2. Javier Torres-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
3. Richard Herring-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
4. Anthony Serrano-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
5. Joe Guerra-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
6. Hecter Torres-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
7. Nano-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
8. Raymond Montalvo-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
9. Valentino Rodriguez-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.
10. Augustine Barrasa- Has many family member claiming Hardtimes and has been arrested for selling and transporting methamphetamine.
11. Mark Rodriguez Morales- Arrested and sentenced to 87 years in prison for the murder and attempted murder of two men at a Rialto party.

Westside Fontana Neighborhood Locos 13:
1. Miguel Angel "Little Insane" Gonzalez-Miguel was sentenced to an aggregate term of 50 years to life, plus 40 years 8 months, for killing a 18th street gang member and shooting at another. 18th Street had shot up the defendants house and the shooting came in retaliation of the events. Gonzalez was 15 at the time and the accussed gunman.
2. Silvester Junior "Insane" Gonzalez-Silvester was sentenced to 50 years to life, plus 30 years 8 months along with his brother in the murder of a 18th Street member. Although he did not shoot during the incident the jury still found that he was also responsible for the altercation. Silvester was 21 at the time of the shooting.
3. Rudy Leyva-Charged as an accessory in the murder of 18th Street member, Aldo Rodriguez and attempted murder of Albert Sandoval.
4. Jesus Sanchez-Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they  thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison.
5. Daniel Martinez "Crazy Demon" Limon--Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they  thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison. Daniel was 16 at the time of the shooting.
6. Daniel Luna Jr.-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in criminal street gang activity after shooting at a teenager whom he was having a dispute with.
7. Chavo Garcia-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Diablos 13:
1. Julio Cesar Sanchez-San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Sanchez to 25 years to life in prison, and sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander.
2. Adan Flores-Found guilty of second degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. The jury found that both crimes were committed in benefit of a local street gang. Flores also pled guilty to possession of meth for sale. He was sentenced concurrently to 46 years in prison.

Westside Headhunters 13:The Malos Clique
1. Ramon Gonzalez San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander during a shoot-out with a member of rival gang Fontana Diablos.
2. Chato-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Smokey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
4. Hazard-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
5. Andrew Pacheco-Arrested after a shooting a Fontana man in his head and leaving him for dead after he and other gang members robbed him.
6. Aaron Bustos-Arrested after a shooting a Fontana man in his head and leaving him for dead after he and other gang members robbed him.
7. Adrian Blanusa-Arrested after a shooting a Fontana man in his head and leaving him for dead after he and other gang members robbed him. He was already in police custody for a warrant out of Los Angeles and another crime committed in Fontana when his companions were arrested.

Eastside Latin Kings 13:
1. Daniel "Serio" Hernandez Arrested for the stabbing of a Fontana teen. Was originally charged with attemted murder but due to a plea deal had the charge dropped to assault with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to a year in jail.

Another Latin Crew:
1. Anthony Roman Marquez-Took a plea deal in the deadly shooting of Diego Diaz who was on the dance floor at a Fontana party. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found Diaz in the back suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Central Insane Empire Fontana 13:
1. Big Vago-Served time in prison for various offenses commited in Fontana.
2. Glenn Vasquez-Charged in the murder of NHL member Sergio Sanchez in 2004. Defendant who was 15 at the time of the killing, was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

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High Desert

Eastside Victoria Gang 13:Varrios Victoria Rifa
1. Fred Edward Archuleta-A jury found defendant Fred Edward Archuleta guilty as charged of possessing a controlled substance, methamphetamine and active gang participation. Defendant was sentenced to 40 years to life and appeals, raising several claims of error concerning his active gang participation conviction. In 1982, he was convicted of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and second degree burglary, and served eight and one-half years in prison.  In 1994 and 1995, he was convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm.  In 2005, he pled guilty to attempting to possess a dangerous weapon, a dismantled shotgun.  Since he was 12 years old, the longest time he had been out of custody was an eight-month period in 2007.  When he was still a minor, he was sent to the California Youth Authority for assault with a deadly weapon. He is a high ranking member of ESV and a Mexican Mafia shot caller. He is said to be one of the original memebers of the gang.
2. Valeria Archuleta-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.        
3. Micheal Alexander-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
4. Edward Alvarado-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
5. Robert Andreas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
6. Richard Ralph Avalos-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Vanessa Mancillias, 22, Robert Mancillias, 20, and Richard Avalos, 32, were re-arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang and for possession of a stolen weapon. After likely selling narcotics in the neighborhood of Brentwood, three East Side Victoria gang members were tracked down to an area parking lot where they led officials on a short pursuit as they threw a stolen weapon from the car.
7. Anthony Carmona-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Later arrested again with fellow gang member German Mercado  for parole violations, injunction violations, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine, being under the influence of a controlled substance and being under the influence of a controlled substance while armed. Both men were also in violation of the gang injunction against East Side Victoria, as they were in the safety zone.
8. Kyle James Close-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
9. Anthony Delonnie-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Also arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred Halloween night in Apple Valley.
10. Robert Anthony Diaz Jr.-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
11. Alberto Jimmy Medran Felix-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
12. Christopher Michael Garcia-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
13. Stephania Marie Gutierrez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
14. Mary Emily Hald-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.      
15. Denise Marie Hernandez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
16. Victor Hernandez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
17. James Vincent Hoffman-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
18. Christopher Kemp-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.  
19. George Lara-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
20. Matthew Andrew Lara-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
21. Deena Marie Larson-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
22. Dereck Lee Larson-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
23. Marlo Lopez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
24. Patricia Mancillas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Vanessa Mancillias, 22, Robert Mancillias, 20, and Richard Avalos, 32, were re-arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang and for possession of a stolen weapon.
25. Raymond Andrew Mancillas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Raymond Mancillas, 19, Luis Negrete, 23, and Justin Gomez, 18, were all re-arrested on suspicion of felony evading, a gang enhancement, resisting and obstructing deputies and a violation of a court order, which orders members of ESV to stay out of a Safety zone.
26. Robert Anthony Mancillas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Vanessa Mancillias, 22, Robert Mancillias, 20, and Richard Avalos, 32, were arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang and for possession of a stolen weapon.
27. Vanesa Mancillas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.Vanessa Mancillias, 22, Robert Mancillias, 20, and Richard Avalos, 32, were arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang and for possession of a stolen weapon.
28. Martina Mardon-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
29. Steve Frank Marron-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
30. German Mercado-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Later arrested again with fellow gang member Anthony Carmona for parole violations, injunction violations, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine, being under the influence of a controlled substance and being under the influence of a controlled substance while armed. Both men were also in violation of the gang injunction against East Side Victoria, as they were in the safety zone.
31. Marcus Andrew Moreno-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
32. Art Murrieta-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.    
33. Paula Navarette-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
34. Luis Negrete-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Raymond Mancillas, 19, Luis Negrete, 23, and Justin Gomez, 18, were all re-arrested on suspicion of felony evading, a gang enhancement, resisting and obstructing deputies and a violation of a court order, which orders members of ESV to stay out of a Safety zone.    
35. Elileen Josephine Orosco-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.  
36. Frank Jose Padilla -Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
37. Jose Pamplona-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
38. Domenick Frank Panebianco-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.  
39. Sandra Perez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.  
40. Steven Wayne Plemons-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
41. Tracy Lynn Smith-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
42. Taylor Ann Smith-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
43. Melissa Marie Tyler-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
44. Cherish Ray Velez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
45. Jose Villagrana-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
46. Alicia Emily Villegas-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation.
47. Steve Martinez-Took a plea deal which carried a twenty year sentence in the murder case of Steven Gonzales a Sultana high football player.
48. Mathew James Santos-Took a plea deal which carried a twenty year sentence in the murder case of Steven Gonzales a Sultana high football player.
49. Jose Antonio Acosta-Pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, use of a gun and participation in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to 25 years in prison.
50. Gabriel Anthony Adams-Pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, use of a gun and participation in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to 25 years in prison.
51. Cruz Perez-Arrested for shooting at his ex-girlfriend and son. Cruz Perez, 21, fired several rounds at his ex-girlfriend and their son in the parking lot of Nick’s Pizza House in Apple Valley. While Perez shot several times, no one was hurt during the shooting.
52. Justin Gomez-Arrested in two year ESV gang investigation. Raymond Mancillas, 19, Luis Negrete, 23, and Justin Gomez, 18, were all re-arrested on suspicion of felony evading, a gang enhancement, resisting and obstructing deputies and a violation of a court order, which orders members of ESV to stay out of a Safety zone.
53. George "Little Sleepy" Espinosa-On Nov. 30 Fernando Perez, Jorge Espinosa and Joseph DeLonnie, 19, all members of the East Side Victoria street gang, broke into a home in the 15000 block of Fourth Street and robbed its owner, David Boutieller, sheriff's officials said. Boutieller shot and killed DeLonnie and critically wounded Perez. Espinosa was sentenced to 21 years in prison in 2010 after he pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and participation in a criminal street gang.
54. Fernando "Bam Bam" Perez-On Nov. 30 Fernando Perez, Jorge Espinosa and Joseph DeLonnie, 19, all members of the East Side Victoria street gang, broke into a home in the 15000 block of Fourth Street and robbed its owner, David Boutieller, sheriff's officials said. Boutieller shot and killed DeLonnie and critically wounded Perez.
55. Joseph "Lil Goofy" DeLonnie-On Nov. 30 Fernando Perez, Jorge Espinosa and Joseph DeLonnie, 19, all members of the East Side Victoria street gang, broke into a home in the 15000 block of Fourth Street and robbed its owner, David Boutieller, sheriff's officials said. Boutieller shot and killed Perez DeLonnie was shot and killed by the owner of the home. The robbery was a “taxation” of a drug dealer who was dealing drugs in the old town area of Victorville, an area claimed by the East Side Victoria.  
56. Manual Castro-Arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm, parole violations and participation in a criminal street gang. He was booked into Victor Valley Jail. The East Side Victoria gang member who was in possession of a security badge, two loaded firearms and gang paraphernalia, according to authorities.
57. Armando Manuel Aispuro-Sentenced to 78 years in prison for luring a 29 year old victorville man to be killed.
58. Jorge Adrian Gonzalez-Sentenced to 68 years in prison for the murder of a 29 year old Victorville man. Gonzalez was the accused shooter.
59. Vincent Mendez-Son of founding ESV member, arrest for burglary of Samantha Sanchez and sentenced to 2 years in prison. His brother later stabbed the woman in retaliation for her talking to authorities.
60. Conrad Mendez-Son of founding ESV member, arrested for stabbing Samantha Sanchez a woman who talked to police about a crime his brother Vincent Mendez was involved in. Convicted of attempted murder, senteced to 12 years in prison.
61. Marcis Frank Bryant-Was wanted by police after a search of his Victorville home turned up several firearms including a sawed-off shotgun and guns with the serial numbers scratched off. Police also found gang-related contraband.
62. Natividad Ramirez-Charged  with simple possession of methamphetamine and active gang participation. At trial, Ramirez pled guilty to both charges and admitted a prior strike conviction and four prison priors. He was later sentenced to five years four months in prison.
63. Christian Rodriguez-Has had a previous false imprisonment conviction, was arrested again for false imprisonment, kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, making terrorist threats, and participation in a criminal street gang. He reportedly believed the victim was having a relationship with his girlfriend.
64. Dennis Arthur "Dog" Rios-Arrested for knowingly transmitting HIV/ AIDS to women for atleast a decade. Sentenced to three years in prison.

Addicted To Crime (Adelanto):
1. Kirk Romero-Shot and killed Roberto Villatoro after a dispute in Adelanto.
2. Elias Arzate-Shot and killed Roberto Villatoro after a dispute in Adelanto.

Eastside Brown Pride Gang 13 (Barstow/Adelanto):
1. Francisco Jose "Yeska" Lopez-Sentenced to three years in prison for a probation violation stemming from an assault charge.
2. Johnny "Dangerous"-Arrested and sentenced to prison time for various crimes committed in the high desert area.
3. Isaac Andrew Baca-Convicted of armed robbery, sentenced to 20 years and eight months in prison.
4. David Daniel Mesa-Taken into custody for his alleged involvement in a series of local armed robberies.
5. Joseph Anthony Martinez-Taken into custody for his alleged involvement in a series of local armed robberies.
6. Alfredo "Smiley" Anguiano-Sentenced to serve time at West Valley Detention Center in Racho Cucamonga for crimes committed in San Bernardino County.
7. Crazieboy-Arrested for various crimes committed in the High Desert area.
8. Armondo Rosas-Rosas was reportedly standing in the zone with his shirt off displaying a BPG tattoo which is a violation of the court order, officials said. He was booked into Victor Valley Jail.
9. Alfredo "Smiley" Anguiano-Charged with kidnapping and attempted murder. He and two Southside Fontana gang members stabbed and tied up two men in Rialto and left them for dead.
10. Manuel Farias-Charged with Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, Robbery, Carjacking and Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
11. Luis Garcia-Charged with Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, Robbery, Carjacking and Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Southside Los Gents 13 (Barstow):
1. Rolando Gamez-Arrested for the murder of Victorville resident and fellow gang member Gilbert Chavez, 28, and pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, conspiracy, and participating in a criminal street gang. He was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison for the murder. He is the brother of Alexander Gamez.
2. Thomas Quintana-Took a plea deal of manslaughter in the murder of fellow gang member Gilbert Chavez. Sentenced to 6 years in prison.
3. Claudio Jimenez-Charged with shooting at a little girl in a failed fake robbery. Received a 3 year sentence in a plea deal. Was also arrested in a unrelated incident in which Victorville resident Gilbert Chavez was killed. Jimenez and two other men killed fellow gang member Chavez because of a fear of retaliation from a prison gang that believed Chavez was responsible for a crime against.
4. Timothy Hoody-Charged with shooting at a little girl in a failed fake robbery along with Claudio Jimenez.
5. Ruben "Wino" Romero-Arrested in connection with a Barstow robbery and murder along with a fellow Barstow Gent and a Barstow Villain member.
6. Carlos "Bam-Bam" Loomis-Arrested in connection with a Barstow robbery and murder along with a fellow Barstow Gent and a Barstow Villain member.
7. Ricky Tommy Aragon-Arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and child endangerment after several firearms were found inside his home. Also arrested on another charged and convicted of attempted second degree robbery, assault with a firearm and participating in a criminal street gang.
8. Eric Hersey-Arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and child endangerment after several firearms were found inside his home.
9. Jose Villanueva-Arrested on a felony warrant and for unlawful possession of a firearm along with Aragon and Hersey.
10. Alexander "Little Grande" Gamez-Charged with attempted second degree robbery and other charges all of which were dropped. Arrested again and charged with the murder of Dustin David Diaz and being a felon in possession of a firearm and also for being a felon in possession of a body armor vest. He is the brother of Rolando Gamez.
11. William Manley-Booked for battery with injury upon a police officer, felony resisting arrest, participating in a criminal street gang and parole violation.
12. Alano Rodarte-Was released from state prison only three days prior to being arrested again, was found to be in violation of his parole terms and was taken into custody without incident in the 300 block of East Frederick Street.
13. Leslie Wieneke-Arrested on suspicion of spousal abuse, terrorists threats, burglary, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed firearm, possession of a loaded firearm, possession of a firearm with the serial number removed, being a felon in possession of live ammunition, gang enhancement and violation of parole from an earlier home invasion robbery conviction.
14. Danny Trujillo-Served eight years of a 12-year sentence for a voluntary manslaughter conviction. After being released and while on parole he was again arrested after a high speed chase in Barstow and charged with numerous crimes including, possession of a loaded shotgun.
15. Sam Trujillo-Arrested on suspicion of robbing a fast food manager at knifepoint in the parking lot of the Desert Community Bank at 14800 La Paz Drive in Victorville.
16. Daniel Trujillo-Arrested on suspicion of robbing a fast food manager at knifepoint in the parking lot of the Desert Community Bank at 14800 La Paz Drive in Victorville.

Barstow Street Villains 13:
1. Matthew Barnes-Charged with unintended shooting of a Barstow security guard. He recieved a life sentence for the crime. According to the defendants they were aiming at the guards taillights.
2. Cartrell Smith-Charged with unintended shooting of a Barstow security guard. He recieved a life sentence for the crime. According to the defendants they were aiming at the guards taillights.
3. Lee Samuel "Oso" Capers-Charged with nine counts in connection with seperate killings, including two counts of murder, two counts of kidnapping, commercial burglary, robbery, arson causing great bodily injury, and possession of a firearm by a felon. Capers' charges also include a number of special allegations, including multiple murders, the use of a firearm in the commission of a crime, murder during robbery, murder during kidnapping, murder during a commercial burglary, and crimes committed in association with a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to life in prison for his crimes.

Eastside Barstow Projects:
1. Harry Carrillo-Charged with attempted murder, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and participating in a criminal street gang for the stabbing of a man that tried to stop the two Project members from stealing a garden fountain from his home.
2. Eric Begay-Charged with attempted murder, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and participating in a criminal street gang for the stabbing of a man that tried to stop the two Project members from stealing a garden fountain from his home.


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Riverside County

Dogs Town Riva 13:Tiny Lokos, Baby Dolls
1. David Salgado-A Dogs Town member, convicted of felony vandalism in 2002.
2. Ramon Tolentino "Shy Boy" Martinez-Martinez and Guevara were convicted of the attempted murder of Ricardo Rios, a member of WSR, various discharging‑a‑firearm charges, receiving stolen property, being gang members in possession of a firearm, and active participation in a gang. The trial court sentenced defendants to state prison for total terms of 54 years to life.
3. Gustavo Alonso "Vato" Guevara-Martinez and Guevara were convicted of the attempted murder of Ricardo Rios, a member of WSR, various discharging‑a‑firearm charges, receiving stolen property, being gang members in possession of a firearm, and active participation in a gang. The trial court sentenced defendants to state prison for total terms of 54 years to life.
4. Erik Garibay-Charged in the attempted murder of Ricardo Rios.
5. William Gilbert Salazar-Charged in the murder of Richard Mendez. Salazar was a member of Watts Based gang "Dog Town" trying to set up a chapter in the Inland Empire.
6. Ruben "Huero" Flores Jr.-Arrested and sentenced to state prison for possession of a firearm for the benefit of a gang.
7. Erick "Flaco" Huerta-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.

Westside Riva 13:Los Demonios, Los Banditos, Blue Devils, Los Lobos, Los Malvados, Thee Latin Souls, Las Play Girls, Las Latin Angels
1. Jimmy "Youngster" Luera Jr.-Sentenced to 22 years and 4 months for various crimes ranging from assualt to attempted murder. Time was added on for gang enhancements.
2. Omero "Cyclone" Carrillo-Sentenced to 11 years in prison for his part in several crimes in rubidoux. Time was added on for gang enhancements.
3. Michael Anthony "Spanky" Ortega Jr.-Sentenced to 11 years in prison for his part in several crimes in rubidoux. Time was added on for gang enhancements.
4. Ruben Aguilar-Both Aguilar and Santos were arrested in a Rubidoux drug raid along with members of WSPJC.
5. Daniel Delos Santos-Both Aguilar and Santos were arrested in a Rubidoux drug raid along with members of WSPJC.
6. Mario Ivan "Nemo" Soto-Shot and killed Dijuan Jones a WSPJC member in Rubidoux, sentenced to life in prison. Soto and Jones had known eachother since youths, the shooting occurred due to an long existing rivalry between the two gangs.
7. Robert Nicholas "Thief" Aguayo-Found guilty of robbery, two counts of actively participating in a criminal street gang, attempted robbery, and assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury. It also found true allegations that Aguayo committed the robbery, attempted robbery and assault for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court found true the allegation Aguayo committed the offenses while on bail. It sentenced Aguayo to 15 years in prison.
8. Victor Morales-A jury convicted Morales of attempted murder and shooting at an occupied vehicle. In addition, the jury found Morales guilty of carrying a loaded firearm in a vehicle while not the registered owner of the firearm. The trial court sentenced Morales to a total term of 10 years in state prison.
9. Ernest Adame "Little Mugsy" aka "Scrappy" Ramos-A jury convicted Ramos of attempted murder and other various crimes for shooting a a car full of people in Riverside County. The trial court sentenced Ramos to a total of 39 years four months. The sentence imposed included a 16-month consecutive term for his active participation in a gang.
10. Paul Hernandez "Mugsy" Adame-Adame and Maldonado were charged by information with first degree premeditated murder. The information alleged as to each defendant that a principal was armed with a firearm and that each defendant had personally used a firearm in the commission of the offense. The information also alleged as to each defendant that the crime was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The jury found both defendants guilty of first degree premeditated murder, and found the firearm use and gang enhancements to be true. The court sentenced each defendant to an indeterminate term of 25 years to life.
11. Jeremy Raymond "Gauge"  Maldonado-Adame and Maldonado were charged by information with first degree premeditated murder. The information alleged as to each defendant that a principal was armed with a firearm and that each defendant had personally used a firearm in the commission of the offense. The information also alleged as to each defendant that the crime was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The jury found both defendants guilty of first degree premeditated murder, and found the firearm use and gang enhancements to be true. The court sentenced each defendant to an indeterminate term of 25 years to life.
12. Michael Moreno-Moreno and defendants Adame and Maldonado were originally charged with Jose Canchola's murder a member of the Born Ruthless tagging crew in 1996 which had jumped Moreno before the shooting of Canchola. Then, Moreno agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter, and to testify against defendants Adame and Maldonado.
13. Narciso Torres-Arrested and charged with premeditated attempted murder and various gang enhancements after he and a fellow gang member shot at a rival Dogstown Riva member striking his window which resulted in minor injuries for the victim. The trial court sentenced defendant to life with the possibility of parole.
14. Marco "Huero" Gamboa-Charged as a co-defendant in the premeditated attempted murder case of Dogstown Riva member, Ruben "Huero" Flores.
15. Rimaldo "Tito aka Insane" Rios-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
16. Ricardo Rios-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.

Westside Night Owl Locos 13:
1. Henry Ramirez-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around Riverside County.
2. Edgar "Chubs" Bernal-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
3. Criminal-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
4. Suspect-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
5. Downer-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
6. Puppet-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
7. Payaso-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.

Northside Rivas 13:Hale Street, Orange Street
1. Ronald Chagolla-Convicted in the 1983 case of assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm at a dwelling and exhibiting a firearm in a threatening manner, in which he and fellow gang members accidentally shot a little girl. Ronald Chagolla was sentenced to state prison for a term of three years. As a result of his conviction, his probation was revoked and he was sentenced to state prison on a previous burglary conviction.
2. Edward Chagolla-Convicted in the 1983 case of assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm at a dwelling and exhibiting a firearm in a threatening manner, in which he and fellow gang members accidentally shot a little girl. The jury found that Edward Chagolla personally used a firearm to commit the assault and that Edward Chagolla intentionally inflicted great bodily injury on the victim of the assault. Edward Chagolla was sentenced to state prison for a term of six years.
3. Timothy Arevalo-Convicted in the 1983 case of assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm at a dwelling and exhibiting a firearm in a threatening manner, in which he and fellow gang members accidentally shot a little girl. Timothy Arevalo was sentenced to the Youth Authority for a maximum term of three years.

Eastside Rivas 13:Tiny Dukes, 14th Street, Clique Los Primos, Park ave Gang, Los Pee Wees, Los Cobras, Los Pelones, Thee Zippers, Los Romanos, Los Violent Ones, Los Pranksters, Chicano Lords, Los Gangsteros, Los Valientes, Los Lobos, Patterson Park Parqueros, Los Criminales, Los Defiantes, Los Delinquentes, Los Traviesos, Las Devine Angels-
1. Robert Zavala "Pato" Carrillo-Accused of being the de facto leader of the ESR gang and the president of an ESR clique, who was a fugitive.
2. Christopher "Flako" Nevarez-Alleged liason between the ESR and the Mexican Mafia, who is currently in state custody on a parole violation.
3. Ronnie "Shadow" Marquez-Allegedly a senior member of ESR who is in custody awaiting trial on drug and weapons offense.
4. Ignacio "Kartune" Chavez-A senior member of ESR who is in custody awaiting trial on charges of attempted murder and drug traficking.
5. Mark "Papa aka Little G" Gil -A senior member of ESR, who is a fugitive of the law.
6. Daniel Henry "Danny Boy aka Sneaky" Padron-Currently incarcerated after being convicted of drug trafficking.
7. Andrew "Drew" Pacheco Moreno-Arrested in connection with ESR gang.
8. Jose "Tony" Arredondo-Currently incarcerated after being convicted of drug trafficking
9. Johnny Gomez-Arrested in connection with ESR gang..
10. Nateno "Shorty" Moreno-Arrested in connection with ESR gang.
11. Vanessa "Pookie" Garcia-Was arrest in gang sweep on a parole violation.
12. Allexxis Olonna Smith-Currently incarcerated after being convicted of carjacking.
13. Chris James "Chuco" Garcia-Arrested in connection with ESR gang.
14. Rudy "Dinky" Tovar-Currently incarcerated after being convicted on drug trafficking charges.
15. Paul "Wiskers" Cortez-Arrested in connection with ESR gang.
16. Allan Patrick “Paya” Staley-Charged with numerous crimes in the Riverside area,  is a fugitive of the law.
17. Deanna Wagner-Charged with numerous crimes in the Riverside area, is a fugitive of the law.
18. David Martinez-Arrested for suspicion of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
19. Ronnie Granado-A fugitive who is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
20. Ricardo Estrada Barbarin-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for the shooting death of 13 year old Anthony Sweat in front of his home in Riverside. Anthony was not a member of a gang.
21. Cesar "Dropper" Rangel-Found guilty of the second degree murder of David Jones. The jury also found Rangel guilty of active gang participation and found true the gang enhancement. Recieved 18 years in prison.
22. Julio Cruz-Found guilty of the second degree murder of David Jones. Recieved 15 years in prison.
23. Martin Murguia-Found guilty of the second degree murder of David Jones. Recieved 15 years in prison.
24. Hector Bibian "Tito" Gil-Convicted of possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Also convicted of six counts of attempted murder, six counts of assault with a firearm, one count of firing at an inhabited dwelling, and one count of participation in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to six consecutive sentences of 35 years to life. He is a member of 14th Street.
25. Adrian Alex "Little Demon" Gonzalez-Convicted of six counts of attempted murder, six counts of assault with a firearm, one count of firing at an inhabited dwelling, and one count of participation in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to four consecutive life terms.
26. Arturo Plasencia-Convicted of attempted murder.
27. Mario Sanchez- Convicted of attempted murder.
28. Zeus Murillo Serrano-Convicted of conspiracy to commit murder, first degree murder, two counts of attempted premeditated murder, shooting at an occupied vehicle, discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle and two counts of unlawful gun possession. The jury also found true various allegations, including the special circumstances allegations that the murder was carried out to further the activities of appellant's gang and was achieved by means of discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle. Although the prosecution sought the death penalty, the jury fixed the penalty for murder at life without parole. In addition to that penalty, the trial court sentenced appellant to multiple indeterminate life terms, plus a determinate term of 14 years.
29. Daniel Salgado-Was named as the shooter in murder of teenager Markess Lancaster in Riverside. Sentenced to life in prison for his crimes.
30. Jesus Gomez-Pled guilty to murder recieved 25 years in prison.
31. Ricardo "Scrappy" Ruiz-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for aiding and abetting in the murder of 13-year-old Markess Lancaster.
32. Robert Ariza-Sentenced to 25 years to life for his role in death of Markess Lancaster. He is said to be a leader of a local ESR clique.
33. Chandler Cardwell-Denied being a gang member but was believed to have ties to ESR. On September 5, 2007, he was charged with, inter alia, making a criminal threat and threatening a public officer. For publishing threats in local newspaper. Sentenced to 16 months in prison.
34. Mariano Albert Valdez-Sentenced to 25 years to life for the shooting death of Abyei Roberts a Riverside resident. Roberts was not a gang member.
35. Rodrigo Sanguino-Sentenced to 25 years to life for the shooting death of Abyei Roberts a Riverside resident. Roberts was not a gang member.
36. David Joseph Aviles-Charged with shooting a man in San Bernardino after a confrontation turned became heated.
37. Jacob Antonio "Muck" Martinez-Involved in two separate incidents in which he slashed and stabbed a man and later brandished a sawed-off shotgun at his girlfriend during an argument. Charged with attempted first degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon and active participation in a criminal street gang. The charges stemming from the shotgun incident are, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun and active participation in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to 23 years in prison. He is a member of the Patterson Park Gang.
38. Jesse Manzo-Charged with murder with special circumstances that the crime was committed for the benefit, direction, and association of a criminal street gang. Manzo killed 23 year old Raymond Franklin. Police do not have a motive for the killing.  
39. Jairo Fidel "Frost" Guzman-Charged with vehicle burglary, receiving stolen property, being a felon in possession of a firearm and active participation in a criminal street gang. The trial court found true allegations that defendant had suffered two prior strike convictions. Prior to sentencing, the court denied defendant's Romero motion to strike his prior strike convictions. The court sentenced defendant to an aggregate term of 75 years to life.  
40. Jaime Diaz Medina-Convicted of and charged with premeditated murder, with a gang special circumstance and premeditated attempted murder. All gang enhancements attendant to those charges were found true. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.  
41. Marco Antonio Mora-Convicted of first degree murder, attempted murder, and assault with a firearm. The jury also found all gang enhancement allegations true. The sentenced stemmed from a retaliation shooting against the 1200 Blocc Crips in which two bystanders were shot, one fatally. Mora was not the accussed shooter. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
42. Juan "Big Wicked" Garcia-Was the shooter in a failed retaliation against the 1200 Blocc Crips. Garcia escaped to Mexico before he could be put on trial for his crimes.
43. Carlos Alvarado Alvarado-Was acquitted of all charges against him stemming from a retaliation shooting in Riverside that killed one bystander and injured another.
44. Raul Vallejo-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
45. Mr. Yescas-Arrested for transportation of methamphetamine for sale, possession of methamphetamine for sale, participation in a criminal street gang and being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm. Also had a prior case in which he was found guilty of methamphetamine possession.
46. Oscar Jimenez-Arrested for transportation of methamphetamine for sale, possession of methamphetamine for sale, participation in a criminal street gang and being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm.
47. David Anthony Rodriguez-Convicted of murder for killing Nigerian tourist Edward Nwajagu, because he was black. He was sentenced to 107 years in prison for the murder.
48.  Jose Enrique Martinez-Charged as an accessory and was sentenced to time served of one year and four months. He drove the car thatused in the murder of Edward Nwajagu.
49. Jose "Spooky" Legaspi-Arested for shooting at a man and his little brother after Legaspi's girlfriend said that the man was "much more of a gentleman" then he.
50. Carlos Frankie Sauceda Jr.-Charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a loaded firearm in public by an active gang member and active participation in a street gang. He has served time in prison in prior years. 
 
Southside Casa Blanca Rifa Evans Street 13:Diablos, Devil Wolves, Pachucos
1. Martin Leyva Valdez-Charged with first-degree murder, three counts of attempted murder, and assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the death of Max Miranda an 11 year old accidently shot on Christmas night.
2. Vincent "Huero" Solorio-Charged in the double murder of siblings Michael Benge, 24, and Denaya Shanks, 19. All three defendants received life sentences for the senseless crimes. Solorio and Ruvalcaba had been released from the California Youth Authority shortly before the shootings.
3. Daniel "Chip" Ruvalcaba-Charged in the double murder of siblings Michael Benge, 24, and Denaya Shanks, 19. All three defendants received life sentences for the senseless crimes. Solorio and Ruvalcaba had been released from the California Youth Authority shortly before the shootings.
4. Ralph "Flaco" Rojas Jr. -Charged in the double murder of siblings Michael Benge, 24, and Denaya Shanks, 19. All three defendants received life sentences for the crimes.
5. Jesus Lopez-Arrested for a robbery committed on May 16, 2006.
6. Daniel Avila-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon committed on April 2007.
7. T.A-Was a minor at time of arrest so his name is not available. The minor was declared a ward of the court, placed on probation, and released to the custody of his mother. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon after trying to stabbed a group of people coming from a soccer game in Casa Blanca.
8. Christopher Brent Segovia-The court sentenced Segovia to 130 years to life plus two additional life terms for shooting a man at a gathering in Casa Blanca Fern Street territory. The man was not a gang member.
9. Jacob Mario Olivarez-The court sentenced Olivarez to 120 years to life plus two additional life terms for shooting a man at a gathering in Casa Blanca Fern Street territory. The man was not a gang member.
10. Ralph Sanchez Ramirez-The court sentenced Ramirez to 120 years to life for shooting a man at a gathering in Casa Blanca Fern Street territory. The man was not a gang member.
11. Frank Edward "Lil Shorty" Gonzalez-The court sentenced Gonzalez to a total prison term of "life with a minimum of 23 years," consisting of an indeterminate term of "15 years to life" plus a consecutive aggregate determinate term of eight years.
12. Rudolph Laguna "Lil Syco" Hernandez- The court sentenced Hernandez to a total prison term of "life with a minimum of 24 years," consisting of an indeterminate term of "15 years to life" plus a consecutive aggregate determinate term of nine years.
14. Jaime Cesar Coronel-The court sentenced Coronel to a total prison term of "life with a minimum of 22 years," consisting of an indeterminate term of "15 years to life" plus a consecutive aggregate determinate term of seven years.
15. Christopher Abel Ruiz-The court sentenced Ruiz to a total prison term of "life with a minimum of 22 years," consisting of an indeterminate term of "15 years to life" plus a consecutive aggregate determinate term of seven years.
16. Isaac Guillen-Has been arrested for burglary, assault and car theft and has spent time in California Youth Authority. His longest stint was on charges of assault with a deadly weapon involving a baseball bat and a knife. He later became a prominent lawyer and was again arrested for money laundering in a continuing crackdown on the Columbia Lil Cycos. He turned States evidence after being caught for protection from La Eme.

Southside Casa Blanca Fern Street 13:Vagabundos, IE Riders
1. Robert Thaddeuss Hernandez-Convicted of a number of crimes growing out of his attempt to shoot and kill the occupants of a house where the member of a rival gang lived with his grandmother, brother and uncle. Hernandez was sentenced to a total of 443 years in state prison, which included an indeterminate term of 305 years to life and a determinate sentence of 138 years.
2. Danny Ahumada Sr.-Charged in the 1975 Cornfield events in Casa Blanca, where angry residents of the neighborhood shot at surronding cops from cornfields. Bothe Ahumada and Romero were cleared of all charges. Between 1982 and 1986, while on parole for gun and stolen property convictions, Ahumada was incarcerated five times for violating parole, which generally forbade him to enter Casa Blanca.
Then, in January, 1987, Ahumada allegedly brandished a rifle at a Riverside police officer. Four months later, after stating that police officers broke his arm during a beating--police denied the charges--an officer quoted Ahumada as threatening that "there was going to be a lot of shooting in Casa Blanca and . . . police officers would be killed." In July, 1987, Ahumada was sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to a variety of charges, including transporting methamphetamine, possessing a loaded firearm and resisting arrest. He was released on parole last August, and soon was back on the streets of Casa Blanca, where his many relatives and friends greeted his return. Also aquitted for the murder of a fellow Casa Blanca gang member.
3. Larry Romero-Charged in the 1975 Cornfield events in Casa Blanca, where angry residents of the neighborhood shot at surronding cops from cornfields. Bothe Ahumada and Romero were cleared of all charges.
4. Danny "Casper" Ahumada Jr.-Arrested for various charges around Riverside county. Was the son of High ranking member Danny Ahumada Sr. He was killed in Riverside by rival gang members.
5. Gabriel Avila-Arrested in connection with the beating and shooting death of Armando Salcido Jr. The incident occurred because Salcido failed to help well respected and known member of Casa Blanca Danny Ahumada when he was killed unexpectedly by a hidden gunman. Ahumada's cousin who was also the victims fiance, testified agaimst members of Casa Blanca on behalf of her slain lover. In doing so she was breaking a key rule to Casa Blanca's code of conduct.  
6. Larry Acosta-Arrested in connection with the beating and shooting death of Armando Salcido Jr. The incident occurred because Salcido failed to help well respected and known member of Casa Blanca Danny Ahumada when he was killed unexpectedly by a hidden gunman. Acosta is the accused shooter.  
7. Roman Lozano-Arrested for crimes that occurred in 1964, apparently beat Danny Ahumada Sr. and left him partially paralyzed when we broke the gangs code of silence and testified against him and another member. This resulted in a bloody fued within the gang.
8. Marcos Lozano-Arrested for crimes that occurred in 1964, apparently beat Danny Ahumada Sr. and left him partially paralyzed when we broke the gangs code of silence and testified against him and another member. This resulted in a bloody fued within the gang.
9. Ruben "Redeye" Romero-Arrested in connection with the shooting death of Johnny Lozano Hernandez at a Casa Blanca party in 1976 along with Danny Ahumada Sr. Both were aquitted of all charges.
10. Mona Perez-Arrested along with Danny Ahumada on suspicion of battery on a peace officer and lynching, which is defined as taking a suspect from police custody.
11. Randy Sanchez-Arrested after a alleged sexual assault in Moreno Valley.
12. Julio Cesar Ramirez-Was sentenced to 24 years in federal prison. According to court documents is a major figure within the Riverside-based Casa Blanca Vagabundos street gang, he was sentenced for distribution of methamphetamine, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and possession of an unregistered firearm, all felonies. The 37-year-old Riverside man had previously pleaded guilty to the charges.
13. Carlos Alberto Ramirez-Julio Ramirez’s brother, 32, of Fontana, indicted in 2011 for distribution of methamphetamine. He was arrested April 25 after being a federal fugitive for almost two years. If convicted, he faces a mandatory minimum of 20 years.
14. Gerardo Pulido-Sentenced May 21, 2012, to 30 months in federal prison. Pulido pleaded guilty to distribution of methamphetamine.
15. Sergio Abraham Cota-Serrano-Sentenced Dec. 8, 2011, to 12 months and one day in federal prison. Cota-Serrano pleaded guilty to illegal re-entry after deportation.

La Sierra Riva:Los Brown Knights, Los Criminales
1. Ralph Magana-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
2. Phillip Martinez-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.
3. Rene Romero-Arrested for various offenses in and around Riverside County.

Southside Los Asesinos:
1. Mario "Mugsy" Reya-Arrested along with suspected killer Joaquin "Silent" Fernandez for the stabbing murder of Brown Knight member Tony Salazar. It was found that he was not he person who stabbed Salazar.
2. Joaquin L. "Silent" Fernandez-Defendant was originally tried and convicted in 1995 of second degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the death of La Sierra Brown Knight member Tony Salazar. On appeal, the conviction for conspiracy to commit murder was reversed due to insufficient evidence of the requisite intent.1 Thereafter, defendant filed a writ of habeas corpus in federal court, and the Ninth Circuit reversed the murder conviction.
3. Rudy "Chico" Cardenas-Arrested along with suspected killer Joaquin "Silent" Fernandez for the stabbing murder of Brown Knight member Tony Salazar. It was found that he was not he person who stabbed Salazar.
4. Juan "Aztec" Botella-Arrested along with suspected killer Joaquin "Silent" Fernandez for the stabbing murder of Brown Knight member Tony Salazar. It was found that he was not he person who stabbed Salazar.
5. Robert "Negro" Arce-Arrested along with suspected killer Joaquin "Silent" Fernandez for the stabbing murder of Brown Knight member Tony Salazar. It was found that he was not he person who stabbed Salazar.

Southside Riva Tiny Winos 13:
1. Shaun Wachter-The jury convicted appellant of manslaughter, acquitted him of attempted murder, and found him guilty of the gun possession charge. The charges stem from a Riverside shooting that killed a Arlanza 13 member. The jury decided that the defendants acted in self-defense. The case involved  a Tiny Winos member (Wachter) and a Sur Riva Locotes member Jess Lara.

Southside Sur Riva Locotes 13:
1. Jess Lara-The jury convicted appellant of manslaughter, acquitted him of attempted murder. The charges stem from a Riverside shooting that killed a Arlanza 13 member. The jury decided that the defendants acted in self-defense. The case involved  a Tiny Winos member and a Sur Riva Locotes member Jess Lara.
2. Martin Angelo Juarez- Sentenced to a total determinate term of 33 years eight months, plus an indeterminate term of 150 years to life, plus an indeterminate term of life in prison with a minimum parole eligibility period of 14 years. Juarez shot into a crowded garage of family members after a altercation with patrons of the house. Two of which were Corona Varrio Locos gang members.  
3. Adam Ledesma-Convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm, with a gang enhancement, in December of 2004. 
4. Juan Figuroa-Convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm, with a gang enhancement, in January 2006. Was also convicted of grand theft in 2003. 
5. Manuel Lopez-Convicted of assault with a deadly weapon, with a gang enhancement, in November of 2001. 
6. Branden Robert "Bully" Garcia-Convicted of more then 10 charges that ranged from resisting arrest to active participation in a criminal street gang. 

Southside Mad Down Locos 13/Mass Destruction Kings/ Mob That Kills:
1. D.C "Demon" Penunuri-Arrested for various crimes including burglary as a minor.
2. Angelo Ortiz-Convicted of various crimes, is a documented member of the Mad Down Locos.
3. Jessie Junior "Troubles" Gonzalez-Charged with robbery and street terrorism, with the robbery allegedly committed for the benefit of the MD 13 criminal street gang. Gonzalez was also charged with misdemeanor sexual battery. On February 8, 2007, a jury found Gonzalez guilty of robbery and street terrorism, and convicted Gonzalez of the lesser included offense of simple battery. The jury deadlocked on the criminal street gang enhancement and the court declared a mistrial. On November 6, a second jury found true the gang enhancement allegation related to the robbery conviction. Defendant was sentenced to a total prison term of 13 years, the midterm of three years for robbery, plus 10 years for the gang enhancement. 
4. Gabriel Daniel Morales-Charged with robbery and street terrorism, with the robbery allegedly committed for the benefit of the MD 13 criminal street gang. Defendant was sentenced to a total prison term of 13 years, the midterm of three years for robbery, plus 10 years for the gang enhancement.

Southside Arlanza 13:Los Jets, Los Rascals, Los Traviesos, Los Malditos, Las Traviesas, Las Santitas
1. George Anthony Hernandez-Recieved orders from Mafia general, Arturo Estrada, to kill fellow gang member Jorge Ortiz. Who had cocooperated with Riverside County sheriff's investigators on a case. Hernandez was sentenced to death.
2. Carlos "Scooby" Gomez-A jury convicted defendant of the carjacking count, simple assault (a lesser included offense of assault with a deadly weapon), and active participation in a criminal street gang. He was acquitted of the robbery charge. The jury also found true the allegations that the carjacking and assault crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. In a bifurcated trial, the court found true the allegations of the prior convictions. He was sentenced to a total term of 23 years in state prison. Arrested two other times for possession of narcotics in 2003 while in the presence of another gang membe and arrested in 1994 for injuring a rival gang member in the company of two other gang members.
3. Anthony Garcia-Convicted of Carjacking, assault, active participating in a criminal street gang, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon in the beating of a Riverside man, Nicasio Estrada.
4. Manuel Zamora-Convicted of Carjacking, assault, active participating in a criminal street gang, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon in the beating of a Riverside man, Nicasio Estrada.
5. Raymond Zamora-Convicted of Carjacking, assault, active participating in a criminal street gang, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon in the beating of a Riverside man, Nicasio Estrada.
6. Gorge Luis Gonzalez-Arrested for attempted murder after he and two teenage boys shot at a group of African American boys injuring one.
7. Chopo-Has served time in a California state prison.  

Hillside Riva Dukes Gang 13:
1. Alex Antonio Moreno-Charged in the shooting of four Casa Blanca gang members none of those shot were seriously injured at a party.  The trial court sentenced defendant to four consecutive life terms, plus 100 years to life.
2. Israel Daniel "Smiley" Gomez-Along with first-degree murder, Gomez was charged with two counts of attempted murder and multiple gun and great bodily injury allegations, as well as an allegation that the crime was committed for the benefit of a street gang. On the day of the shooting, Gomez, an alleged member of the Hillside Riva street gang, confronted Velasco and several of the boy's friends a couple of blocks from Nichols Park, at Streeter Avenue and Sunnyside Drive, according to prosecutors. Words were exchanged over whether Velasco belonged to a gang, and Gomez opened fire with a semiautomatic handgun, hitting Velasco in the heart and nearly wounding the other victims, the prosecution alleges. Velasco, a fifeteen year old who was in his freshman year at Ramona High School, died at the scene.
3. Alonzo Tenorio-Charged in the attempted murder of 4 Casa Blanca gang members at a birthday party in the Hillside area of Riverside.
4. Peter "Coco" Calzada-Convicted of burglary in March of 2002, also served time in 2003 for auto theft conviction. He is the older brother of HSR member, Michael David "Flaco" Calzada.
5. Michael David "Flaco" Calzada-The brother of Peter "Coco" calzada, sentenced defendant to serve a term of 15 years to life, with a consecutive term on a firearm enhancement of 25 years to life, and an additional consecutive term of 10 years on a gang enhancement. Calzada reportedly shot Paul Mungia, a memeber of 18th Street living in Riverside. Mungia survived the shooting that nearly left him paralyzed.
6.  Juan "Daffy" Ortega-Arrested in connection with the shooting of 16 year old Paul "Midget" Mungia.

Varrio 5150 Mexican Royalty 13:
1. Jesus Albert "Troubles" Castillo-Sentenced to life without the possibility of parole, plus 12 years for stabbing two teens in an Arlanza confrontation. One victim died the other suffered serious injuries which included a stab wound through the lung.
2. Raul Eduardo "Lil Whooper" Delcid-Sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for his part in stabbing that killed one and wounded another. Delcid reportedly only "madd dogged" the victims and threw a couple punches during the confrontation.
3. Julio "Lil Huero" Heredia-Accused of being the shooter of a incident which took the life of Crystal Theobald in the Arlanza neighborhood of Riverside.
4. Joey Campana-Charged in the shooting death of Crystal Theobald.
5. Romiro Casillas-Charged in the shooting death of Crystal Theobald.  
6. Billy "Big Huero" Enriquez Jr.-Identified as leader of the 5150 gang, he is charged with witness intimidation against a witness in a murder case.
7. Jose Ramirez-Charged by Riverside police for the crime of witness intimidation.
8. Daniel Correa-Charged by Riverside police for the crime of witness intimidation.
9. Luis Campana-Contreras-Charged by Riverside police for the crime of witness intimidation.

Darkside Riva 1st Street 13:Lime Street
1. A.L Penunuri-Arrested for various crimes in and around Riverside. 

Moreno Valley 13:
1. Guillermo “Triste” Ochoa-A jury convicted defendant Guillermo Ochoa of carjacking, attempted robbery, Being a felon in possession of a firearm, and active participation in a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to life with a minimum parole eligibility date of 15 years.
2. Paul Zomora Jr.-Arrested on probation violation, gun and drug charges.
3. Edward Sosa-Arrested on probation violation, gun and drug charges.

Edgemont Locos 13 (Mo Val):
1. Miguel Angel Torres Jr.-Convicted of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and active participation in a criminal street gang. Along with enhancements for inflicting great bodily injury, and committing the offense for the benefit of a street gang. The offenses arose from a violent encounter between members of rival gangs Southide Maniacos and Edgmont Locos. Defendant was sentenced to 19 years in prison.
2. Salvador "Chava" Munguia-Charged with attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and of actively participating in a criminal street gang. The jury found both Munguia and Rodriguez committed the crimes for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The jury also found both Munguia and Rodriguez were principals to the commission and attempted commission of count 1 and at least one principal intentionally discharged a firearm and proximately caused great bodily injury to another person. Further, the jury found Rodriguez personally committed count 1 with the use of a firearm. Finally, the jury found, as to both Munguia and Rodriguez, the commission of count 1 was not willful, deliberate or premeditated. The trial court sentenced Munguia and Rodriguez each to an indeterminate 25 years to life in state prison plus a determinate seven years. Also arrested for tagging EML in 2005.
3. Sergio "Ziggy" Rodriguez-Charged with attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and of actively participating in a criminal street gang. The jury found both Munguia and Rodriguez committed the crimes for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The jury also found both Munguia and Rodriguez were principals to the commission and attempted commission of count 1 and at least one principal intentionally discharged a firearm and proximately caused great bodily injury to another person. Further, the jury found Rodriguez personally committed count 1 with the use of a firearm. Finally, the jury found, as to both Munguia and Rodriguez, the commission of count 1 was not willful, deliberate or premeditated. The trial court sentenced Munguia and Rodriguez each to an indeterminate 25 years to life in state prison plus a determinate seven years.
4. Rueben "Tiny" Hernandez-Charged with Attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon for a incedent involving members of Edgemont Locos and Brown Pride Crew.
5. Gerardo Perez-Subsequently convicted of, attempted murder on January 17, 2003.
6. Herman Ramirez-Subsequently convicted of, possession of a gun on March 24, 2005.
7. Angel Luis Rosales-Charged with murder, conspiracy to commit a crime and kidnapping for robbery in the Aug. 10 killing of Fernando Renteria, 34, of Moreno Valley. His body was found dumped in Perris after being repeatedly shot and his throat slit. The seven suspects are also charged with special circumstances of lying in wait and murder in the commission of a robbery, which make them all eligible for the death penalty if prosecutors choose to pursue capital punishment. Detectives believe Renteria was lured to a home on Tyann Court early on the morning of Aug. 9. Members of a Moreno Valley gang, known as the Edgemont Locos, went to the home planning to steal his Chrysler 300 and methamphetamine, according to the
affidavit.Three of the suspects, Arredondo, Flores and Garcia said Renteria was “disrespecting” them earlier that morning.
8. Andrew Angelo Arredondo-Charged with murder, conspiracy to commit a crime and kidnapping for robbery in the Aug. 10 killing of Fernando Renteria, 34, of Moreno Valley. His body was found dumped in Perris after being repeatedly shot and his throat slit.
9. Michael Patrick O’Malley-Charged with murder, conspiracy to commit a crime and kidnapping for robbery in the Aug. 10 killing of Fernando Renteria, 34, of Moreno Valley. His body was found dumped in Perris after being repeatedly shot and his throat slit.
10. Jonathan Josue Oporta-Charged with murder, conspiracy to commit a crime and kidnapping for robbery in the Aug. 10 killing of Fernando Renteria, 34, of Moreno Valley. His body was found dumped in Perris after being repeatedly shot and his throat slit.
11. Michael Ramirez-Is the 8th suspect in the stabbing and murder of a Moreno Valley man in what police are calling a robbery gone bad.

Dracaea Boys:
1.  Ricardo Salvador Fonseca-Charged with discharging of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance. The information also alleged that defendant personally used a firearm. Defendant pled not guilty and denied the special allegation.  On the first day of trial, defendant pled guilty to one count of possession of a controlled substance.  Thereafter, the jury convicted defendant of discharge of a firearm.  The court found true that defendant personally used a firearm. The trial court sentenced defendant to the midterm of two years for discharge of a firearm, plus a concurrent two years for possession of a controlled substance, for a total sentence of two years.  In addition, the court ordered defendant to pay $200 restitution

Varrio Pecan Street 13 (Mo Val):
1. Jose Eduardo Herrera-Sentenced to prison for 102 years plus four consecutive life terms. For shooting of suspected Sex Cash gang members.
2. Gabriel Herrera-Sentenced to prison for 86 years plus four consecutive life terms. For shooting of suspected Sex Cash gang members.
3. Christopher Lowary-Sentenced to 82 for his role in several attempted murders.
4. Hugo Ceasar Garcia-Sentenced to life with the possibility of parole for the attempted murder, a consecutive 20-year term for a firearm enhancement, and ordered that Garcia serve a minimum of 15 years before he was eligible for parole.
5. Jose Luis "Chelis" Juarez-Sentenced to life in prison for shooting of rival Florencia 13 members.
6. Roberto Saucedo Camacho-Was wanted by Riverside police for the shooting of two men in Riverside County. Charged with attempted murder, aggravated mayhem, criminal street gang activity.

Brown Pride Crew 13 (Mo Val):
1. Louie Pena-A known member of the Brown Pride crew, along with his two brothers. Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
2. Tommy Pena-A known member of the Brown Pride crew, along with his two brothers. Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.  
3. Bobby Pena-A known member of the Brown Pride crew, along with his two brothers. Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.

Corona Varrio Locos 4th Street 13:Scarlets, Diablos, Acesinos, Visioneros, Castigadores, Persuaders, Unidas, Crusaders, Assasins, Coroneros, Jueces, Matadores, Cruzadores, Demonios, Malditos, Crown Town Locitas, Espantos, Santitos, Midnight Pearls, Sweet Inspirations  
1. Jose Ageo Amaya-Convicted of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, criminal street gang activity and two counts of being a prisoner in possession of a deadly weapon. He attacked two Riverside County correctional deputies, slashing one's neck, during an attack at the downtown Riverside jail was sentenced today to 157 years to life in prison. The sentence was added in addition to a life prison term previously imposed for a carjacking and attempted murder for which the defendant was convicted in March 2006.
2. Johnny Ray "Turtle" Aguillar-Charged as adults in the death of Centennial High School football player Dominic Redd. All three defendants were tried together, but by separate juries. Diaz and Aguirre were tried by the same jury and were convicted of second degree murder. Cuellar, who was tried by his own jury was convicted of first degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years in prison.
3. Joey Alfredo "Micro" Diaz-Charged as adults All three defendants were tried together, but by separate juries. Diaz and Aguirre were tried by the same jury and were convicted of second degree murder. Cuellar, who was tried by his own jury was convicted of first degree murder.  Sentenced to 15 years in prison.
4. Edward Juan "Lil Cartoon" Cuellar-Charged as adults in the death of Centennial High School football player Dominic Redd. All three defendants were tried together, but by separate juries. Diaz and Aguirre were tried by the same jury and were convicted of second degree murder. Cuellar, who was tried by his own jury  was convicted of first degree murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
5. Jose Jesus Villa-Convicted for an attempted murder and burglary committed.
6. Daniel Thomas Dominguez-Convicted for an attempted murder and burglary committed.
7. Sonny Steve Alvarez-Convicted on April 5, 2005, for an armed robbery and gang allegations.
8. Ernesto Ruben Villa-Charged with attempted murder with specialt allegations. Sentenced to 15 years with parole plus a consecutive determinate term of four years, eight months in prison.
9. Thomas Cervantes-Arrested for allegedly vandalizing Corona-Norco Unified School District buses. Cervantes also was suspected of threatening a witness to the incident with a knife. He was 20 at the time of the crime.
10. German Edward Sanchez-Arrested and charged with armed robbery after he robbed a pizza parlor in Corona with a BB gun. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison for his crimes.
11. Matthew Lopez-Arrested for and eventually pled guilty to robbery stemming from events that took place in Riverside County.  
12. Jesse York-Arrested for and eventually pled guilty to robbery stemming from events that took place in Riverside County.
13. Ronald Carlos "Ronnie Bonkers" Diaz-Convicted of carjacking, kidnapping,  vehicle theft, intimidating a witness, attempting to bribe a witness, and active gang participation. In addition, the jury found true an allegation Diaz acted maliciously and used force or the threat of force or violence to commit the witness intimidation offense. The jury also found true allegations Diaz committed the carjacking, kidnapping, and vehicle theft offenses for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Diaz further admitted to having a prior prison conviction. The trial court sentenced Diaz to 16 years to life in prison.  
14. Daniel "Stash" Murillo-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
15. Raymond Verdusco-Arrested and sentenced to time in prison for burglary.
16. John Becerra-Arrested and sentenced to time in prison for vehicle theft.
17. Francisco Arreola-Arrested and sentenced to time in prison for shooting at an occupied vehicle.
18. Isaiah Clark-Arrested and sentenced to time in prison for robbery and carjacking.
19. Edward Contreras-Arrested and sentenced to time in prison for robbery.
20. Abraham Ramirez-Sentenced to time in prison for assisting with the stabbing and beating of a inmate who was viewed as a snitch by other inmates.
21. Alejandro Martinez-Convicted aggravated mayhem assault with a deadly weapon by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, and active participation in a criminal street gang. This all happened at a detention center in Riverside County after he and other inmates stabbed and beat a man they viewed as a snitch. The court sentenced him to a total state prison term of eight years eight months, plus life with the possibility of parole.
22. Gonzalo "Gonzo" Gonzalez-Convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm and being in possession of a concealed weapon. Sentenced to a prison term of 38 years to life. His juvenile record began with two theft offenses when he was 14 years old. He committed eight more offenses, including vandalism, robbery, resisting arrest, school disturbance, and marijuana possession, before reaching his majority. His two prior adult offenses, making criminal threats and witness intimidation, were committed against his friend, Bega, concerning a dispute about a girlfriend. During his years in custody, defendant committed many disciplinary violations.
23. Miguel Medina Castaneda-A jury convicted defendant of premeditated attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and active participation in a gang. The court sentenced defendant to 19 years to life.
24. Jimmy Castaneda-The younger brother of Miguel and Sammy arrested for various offenses. Including the attempted murder that Miguel was sentenced to 19 years for.
25. Sammy Castaneda-The older brother of Miguel and Jimmy, arrested for various offenses. Is a member of the Los Visioneros.
26. Ruben Ruvalcaba-Arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Filiberto Rojas in Corona. The stabbing occurred in 1986 and was ruled a justifiable homicide..

Mira Loma Rifa 13:Dodd Street, Locos, Locas, Lucretia Street, Lurita Street, Mojados, Los Felons
1. David Ruben "Clever" Uribe-Sentenced to LWOP for the revenge killing of David Henslick, who snitched on three members Dodd st. Also sentenced to an extra 25 years for using a firearm in the murder. In the earlier case, Henslick and another man, Danny Pehrson, engaged in a gunfight with Jason Lucero, Nathan Lucero's father, and two other Dodd Street gang members. In that case, Jason Lucero was found guilty of attempted murder, based in large part on Henslick's testimony, and sentenced to 57 years to life in prison.
2. Nathan Lee "Rascal" Lucero-Sentenced to LWOP for the revenge killing of David Henslick, who snitched on three members Dodd st. Also sentenced to an extra 25 years for using a firearm in the murder. Son of Jason Lucero.
3. Jason Lee "Hubcaps" Lucero-The father Nathan Lucero sentenced to 67 years to life for conspiracy to commit murder, the willful, deliberate, and premeditated attempted murder of Daniel Pehrson, residential burglary, two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and active participation in a criminal street gang. Lucero was also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
4. Paul Peter "Grumpie" Aguilar-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for  conspiracy to commit murder, the willful, deliberate, and premeditated attempted murder of Daniel Pehrson, residential burglary, two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and active participation in a criminal street gang.
5. Louis Robert "Porkie" Martinez-Sentenced to 35 years in prison for  conspiracy to commit murder, the willful, deliberate, and premeditated attempted murder of Daniel Pehrson, residential burglary, two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and active participation in a criminal street gang.
6. Paul Theodore "Indio" Martinez-The court sentenced defendant to state prison for a term of 10 years for willfully and unlawfully attempting by means of threats and violence to deter and prevent an executive officer from performing his duties, carrying a concealed dirk or dagger,  possessing a controlled substance and actively participating in a criminal street gang.

Mira Loma Young Crowd 13:
1. Jesus Galvan-Mira Loma Young Crowd gang members, Jesus Galvan and Jose Zaiza, on Nov. 2 for multiple charges including premeditated attempted murder, torture and gang allegations.
2. Jose Zaiza-Mira Loma Young Crowd gang members, Jesus Galvan and Jose Zaiza, on Nov. 2 for multiple charges including premeditated attempted murder, torture and gang allegations.

Southside Criminals 13:
1. Salvador Javier Camacho-Arrested for illegal possession of a dirk or dagger and possession of PCP. 

Varrio Hemet 13 (Hemet):
1. Anthony Aranda Jr.-Convicted of one count of voluntary manslaughter and one count of actively participating in a criminal street gang. Charges of murder made against him were dropped.
2. Jose Manuel Chavez-Shot Byron Thomas, a 16-year-old African-American, on a street in Hemet. A jury convicted defendant of premeditated attempted murder, including a sentence enhancement for personally and intentionally discharging a firearm, proximately causing great bodily injury. The court sentenced defendant to prison for a total term of 32 years to life-seven years to life for attempted murder and 25 years to life for the gun-use enhancement.
3. Fernando Becerra-Sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a 14 year old rival gang member in Hemet.
4. Michael Wayne Delacruz-Sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a 14 year old rival gang member in Hemet.
5. Maria Luisa Lemus-Sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a 14 year old rival gang member in Hemet.

Shakin Cat Dukes 13 (Hemet):
1. Raymond Contreras-Arrested for his role in a stabbing at a party in Hemet that he and other gang members were denied entry to. Also arrested were two teen boys from the gang who's names were not released.
2. Ruben Padilla-Arrested for his role in a stabbing at a party in Hemet that he and other gang members were denied entry to. Also arrested were two teen boys from the gang who's names were not released.

Varrio Old Town 13 (Temecula):
1. Salvador Eusebio "Wyno" Cabrera-Sentenced to an indeterminate term of seven years to life for the attempted murder, plus a determinate term of 20 years for the vicarious discharge of firearm enhancement, for a shooting involving a fellow gang member who was not harmed in the incident. Cabrera was not the shooter.
2. Jonathan "Scrappy" Joaquin-Fugitive wanted for attempted murder and gang crimes at the time of Cabrera's case. Accussed of being a shooter in the incident along with his brother.
3. Edgar "Soldier" Joaquin-Fugitive wanted for attempted murder and gang crimes at the time of Cabrera's case. Accussed of being a shooter in the incident along with his brother.
4. Jose Adan "Ghost" Martinez-Arrested and charged with the murder of a fellow gang members girlfriend. Martinez shot her through a bedroom window inside her and her boyfriends home in Temecula. The shooting arose from tensions between younger and older members of the gang.
5.  Elijio Cervantes-Was arrested in the murder of Maria Semental, was cooperative with law enforcement in the case.
6. Adrian "Menace" Jurado-A member of Old Town who has had minor scrapes with the law. His girlfriend was gunned down by a fellow gang member in 2012.
7. Japo-Serving life for a murder committed in 1994. He is incarcerated in Calipatria State Prison.
8. Bandit-Serving time in Tehachappi State Prison.
9. Pupps-Serving time in Soledad prison for the murder of a Shakin Cats Dukes member.
10. Boxer-Served a 6 year sentence in a California Detention Center.
11. Paya-Serving life in a California State prison for murder.

Young Classic Ryders 13 Pee Wee Locos, Tiny Winos, Nite Owls (Lake Elsinore):
1. Jose "Conejo" Urrutia-Convicted of the attempted murder of Angel Salas, and of attempted manslaughter of Javier Salas. The Angel Salas murder conviction was, however, reduced by the trial court to attempted voluntary manslaughter.
2. Enrique "Wino" Ortega Jr.-Convicted of the murder of Romero, the attempted murders of Ryan Concepcion, and Angel and Javier Salas, plus being a felon in possession of a firearm.
3. Mario "Weasel" Hernandez-Took a plea bargain in exchange for his testimony. But the bargain required that the prosecutions case against another defendant, appellant Enrique Ortega, be reopened. That meant Ortega would be exposed to testimony from both Hernandez and Aguirre.
4. Ruben Aguirre-Acquitted of all charges stemming from shootings involving him and other EYC members.
5. Armando Franco-Arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
6. Melvin Hiram "Lil Casper aka Villain" Thomas II-The jury found defendant guilty of receiving stolen property and of active participation in a criminal street gang. However, the jury found him not guilty of vehicle theft Sentenced in total to 35 years. He was also arrested in 1992 for robbery after he and other gang members stole bikes off little kids.
7. Joseph Atilano "Grizzly" Johnson-Found guilty of vehicle theft and the jury returned a true finding on the allegation that the crime had been committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang.
8. Anthony Jesus Villegas -Charged with assault with a firearm. The court also found true the following enhancement allegations with regard to counts, defendant personally and intentionally discharged a firearm and proximatel caused great bodily injury with regard to defendant committed the offenses in association with, and for the benefit of, a criminal street gang. And with regard to, defendant personally used a firearm,  and he personally inflicted great bodily injury upon the victim who suffered permanent paralysis as a result. The court sentenced defendant to a total prison term of 40 years to life.
9.  Robert Lugo-For shooting at a car of people who chose to leave a party the defendant and his gang was attending because of a bad feeling. The defendant was sentenced to, two consecutive terms of 15 years to life for each of the first two counts, two concurrent terms on the remaining two counts, and two consecutive determinate terms of 20 years each for the use of a firearm, for a total determinate term of 40 years, with a consecutive indeterminate term of 30 years to life.
10. Ury DeLeon-For shooting at a car of people who chose to leave a party the defendant and his gang was attending because of a bad feeling. The defendant was sentenced to, two consecutive terms of 15 years to life for each of the first two counts, two concurrent terms on the remaining two counts, and two consecutive determinate terms of 20 years each for the use of a firearm, for a total determinate term of 40 years, with a consecutive indeterminate term of 30 years to life.
11. Eric "Big Happy" Ibarra-Arrested in connection with the murder of a OCP (Out Causing Panic) Krew member at a party in Lake Elsinore, and wounded two other people that attended the party.
12. Robert Andrew Esparza-Arrested for shooting at a member of OCP in Lake Elsinore. Nobody was injured in the shooting.
13. Clifford Jonathon Sanders-Arrested for shooting at a member of OCP in Lake Elsinore. Nobody was injured in the shooting.
14. Arnoldo Estevez Vargas-Charged with murder for killing EVL member Harry Estrada. Vargas admitted to emptying his clip on Estrada to make sure he died. He escaped to Mexico after murdering Estrada but was late captured and expedited to California.
15. Noah Michael Huckleberry-Pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Harry Estrada a EVL member.
16. Anthony Martin Perez-Pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Harry Estrada a EVL member.
17. David Quinones-Also is charged in connection with the shooting a EVL member, Harry Estrada, but he has not been captured.

Elsinore Vatos Locos 13:Little Vatos Locos (Lake Elsinore):
1. Robert Anthony Ortiz-Convicted of possessing drugs for sale.
2. Isaac Solis-Convicted of possessing drugs while armed with a firearm.
3. Trinidad Joseph Nieves-Convicted of possessing drugs for sale.
4. Christopher Scott Simpson-Found guilty of possessing a controlled substance, being a felon in possession of a firearm, being a felon in possession of ammunition and actively participating in a criminal street gang. Sentenced to prison for a term of nine years, four months.
5. Loretta Acevedo-Was arrested and charged with Receiving stolen property and was sent to prison.
6. Juan Victor “Little Bouncer” Campos-Convicted of second degree murder and being a minor in possession of a firearm. Campos shot members of rival Elsinore Young Classics gang in a fastfood restaurant parking lot.
7. Martin Nieves-Booked into Southwest Detention Center and charged with attempted homicide. He was arrested during a raid on EVL.
8. Juan Rodriguez-Arrested in EVL raid and charged with possession of stolen property.
9. William Pike-Arrested in EVL raid and charged with possession of methamphetamine.
10. Noni Garcia-Arrested in EVL raid for an outstanding felony warrant.  
11. Brian Morrell-A known Elsinore Vatos Locos member, he has been arrested or various offenses.

Eastside Banning Sapos 13:Mad Ass Youngsters. Pee Wee Locos
1. Sean Rayfield-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after a incident in a Banning park.
2. Robert Hood-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after a incident in a Banning park.
3. Daniel Rocha-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after a incident in a Banning park.
4. Joseph Lavoie-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after a incident in a Banning park.
5. Christopher Lavoie-Arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after a incident in a Banning park.
6. Delbert Sanchez-An Eastlake Banning Sapos gang member serving prison time for a gang murder.
7. Gary Bruce Lyons-Convicted of first degree murder, it was also found true the murder was committed while he was lying in wait for the victim. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole consecutive to a 25-year-to-life term for the firearm enhancement. He is the cousin of Delbert Sanchez whom he testified against in his murder trial. This murder was a favor for Sanchez in return for his forgiveness.
8. Jason "Diablo" Rhine-Convicted of several crimes, he is a member of the Mexican Mafia.
9. Mike Rocha-The brother of Daniel Rocha, he has been arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.

Southside Beaumont 13:4th Street
1. Ralph Luis "Solo" Espinoza-Convicted of two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, of robbery, of four counts of being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm, and of being an ex-felon in possession of ammunition. He had also suffered two prior prison convictions. Sentenced to 60 years in prison. He is a Mexican Mafia member.
2. Steven Falcon-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
3. Daniel Salazar-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.  
4. Rafael Garcia Alvarez Jr.-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the murder of Eric Rios in Beaumont.
5. Noe Contreras-Arrested in connection with the murder of Eric Rios over a 10 dollar debt his nephew wanted Contreas to repay.
6. Steven Teti-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
7. David Lara-Convicted of stealing a car at knifepoint along with his brother James Lara.
8. James Lara-Convicted of stealing a car at knifepoint along with his brother David Lara.
9. Armondo Lara-One of five suspects allegedly involved in a gang-related shooting against Northside Beaumont in Beaumont, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
10. Erlinda Aleman-One of five suspects allegedly involved in a gang-related shooting against Northside Beaumont in Beaumont, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
11. Luis Luna-One of five suspects allegedly involved in a gang-related shooting against Northside Beaumont in Beaumont, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
12. Jesus Gonzales-One of five suspects allegedly involved in a gang-related shooting against Northside Beaumont in Beaumont, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
13. Irvin Gutierrez-One of five suspects allegedly involved in a gang-related shooting against Northside Beaumont in Beaumont, arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
14. Gordo-Arrested for various offenses in Riverside County.
15. Jason "Diablo" Rhine-Arrested for various crimes includin possession of a loaded firearm.

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Northside Palmas 13:
1. Frank "Sapo" Fernandez-Arrested in Mexican Mafia predawn sweep February 2, 1999 along with 15 other Eme members. He was later convicted of Racketeering.

Northside Barrio San Rafael 13:
Luis Cabezas-Arrested for various offenses in and around Palm Springs. Is a know member of Barrios San Rafael.

Palmas Kings 13:Crazy Tinies Clique (Palm Springs):
1. Eric Capone Razo-Arrested on two counts of attempted premeditated murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Razo stabbed one and reportedly shot at the same victim and a friend on another occassion.
2. Rafael "Gadget" Fermin-Arrested in Mississippi on various charges. Also charged with shooting a rival in the head.
3. Sergio Iniquez-Found guilty of the first degree murder of Alipio Ruiz and found true the enhancement allegations that he used a firearm, intentionally discharged a firearm, and intentionally discharged a firearm proximately causing great bodily injury and death. Additionally, the jury found true the special allegation that Iniquez committed these offenses for the benefit of, at the direction of, and in association with a criminal street gang, with the specific intent to promote, further, or assist in criminal conduct by gang members.
4. Eduardo Iniquez-Convicted of committing a drive-by shooting of a fellow gang member's house. Iniquez was having problems with younger members of the Kings and this is the underlying reason which sparked the conflict in which his brother Sergio shot and killed Alipio Ruiz. Charged as an accessory to the shooting.

West Drive Locos 13 (DHS):Wicked Sick Gangsters
1. Francisco "Pancho" Salcido-Sentenced to 56 years in prison for attempted murder of a police officer. Salcido's lawyer argued the shooting occured in self defense.
2. Edgar Antonio Flores-Charged with murder in the shooting death of a local Riverside County CHP officer. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
3. Anthony Albert "Clumsy" Paez-Sentenced to 142 years to life in prison for the murder of his accomplice and the attempted murder of three police officers during a shootout with police.
4. Daniel Villa-Accused of being a “high- level” Desert Hot Springs gang member who is named in a gang injunction against the West Drive Locos. Villa was arrested during a search at his home during the operation on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm and being in the presence of other gang members. Villa posted $30,000 bail and was released April 2.Villa pleaded guilty to a robbery charge in a home invasion robbery in 2005 and was sentenced to four years in state prison. Prosecutors allege that after he was released from prison, Villa returned to Desert Hot Springs to resume his gang lifestyle. Villa's bail is set at 1.3 million.
5. Emilio Manuel Avalos-Sentenced to death for the murder of a marine cpl. Avalos is said to be the leader of the West Drive Locos gang. He was also charged with murder and attempted murder in the Dec. 21, 1994, shootings that killed Jahi Collins and wounded Bobby Wilson while they sat in a car with two girls in the parking lot of a Desert Hot Springs park. Witnesses said Avalos and an accomplice targeted Collins because he was black. The alleged accomplice, Sergio Padilla, is still being sought by authorities.
6. Sergio Padilla-Is a fugitive charged in the murder and attempted murder of Jahi Collins and Bobby Wilson.
7. Joel Calderon-Charged in the shooting death of a marine cpl. In DHS. If convicted faces life in prison.
8. Angel David Romero-Sentenced to eight years in prison for the stabbing death of a man at a DHS party.
9. Bryan Gonzalez-Recieved a five-year term in prison for the stabbing death of a man at a DHS party.
10. Ruben Alexander Chavez-Sentenced to five years in juvenile hall as part of a plea deal for his part in the stabbing death of a man at a DHS party.
11. Samuel Manuel Vallejo-Sentenced to five years in a juvenile detention facility after pleading guilty to a felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon and admitting to membership in the West Drive Locos gang after he stabbed Jose Alvarez Villalobos at a party in DHS.
12. Mario Pinedo-Arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Jose Alvarez Villalobos at a DHS party.
13. Erik Godina-Arrested for the murder of Marcello Moscozo on 6th Street in Desert Hot Springs, along with three teenage boys. The 4 gang members shot at a group of unarmed teenagers after asking them where they were from.  

Brown Town Locos 13 (DHS):
1. Michael Sanchez-Was a parolee at large wanted for armed carjacking. On November 21, 2003. He is the founding member of BTL. Before being arrested Sanches was involved in a high speed pursuit with officers in which he shot at them. The chase ended when the driver of the car Noava Michelle Martinez crashed into a car killing the passenger. Sanchez fled on foot and was involved in a fight with police in which he suddenly and unexpectedly went into cardiac arrest and died. He was said to be high on methamphetamine/amphetamine.

True Crime Boys 13 (DHS):
1. Samson "Doughboy'' Martinez-Convicted of felony charges of attempted murder and participating in a street gang for the April 6, 2010, shooting of Marcus Vasquez. A jury also found true sentence-enhancing allegations of causing great bodily injury, using a firearm and committing a felony for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez was sentenced to 32 years tolife in prison.

Varrio Coachella Rifa 52 (Coachella):
1. Daniel Cardona Torres-Found guilty of two counts of assault with a firearm for the benefit of a street gang. But the panel hung 6-6 on a murder charge and a half-dozen attempted murder charges. Jacob Rodriguez and Jesus Morin, were wounded in the shooting that killed Vanessa Torres in the driveway of Rodriguez's Indio home on Aug. 12, 2005.
2. Jesse Sambrano-Convicted of first-degree murder and other charges stemming from the shooting of Vanessa Torres and wounding of several others, including three children. He and another member were sentenced in to life in prison without parole.
3. Anthony Lares-Convicted of first-degree murder and other charges stemming from the shooting of Vanessa Torres and wounding of several others, including three children. He and another member were sentenced in to life in prison without parole.
4. Gregorio Zamora-Charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and charges arising from his involvement in a violent street gang. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison. He was on probation stemming from a prior conviction at the time of his arrest.
5. Ricardo Cruz-Said to be a Eme wannabe he is sentenced to 28 years to life for the murder of Rudy Saenz in Coachella in 1999.
6. Tony Gonzalez-Rodriguez-Arrested on drug-trafficking charges in 2006. He is the Mexican Mafia’s #2 man in the Coachella Valley.

Barrio Dream Homes 13 (Cathedral City/DHS/Palm Springs):
1. Donovan Anthony Ross-Convicted of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sale.
2. Christopher Barkley-Convicted of burglary sentenced to 5 years in prison.
3. Michael Leroy Tagle-Convicted of possession of a stolen vehicle.
4. Rolando Esteban "Little Hitler" Sanchez-Found guilty of first degree murder. The jury also found defendant personally and intentionally discharged a firearm and proximately caused great bodily injury or death to another person. Defendant was found guilty of arson as charged in count two, possession of stolen property, possession of a concealed weapon, possession of a loaded firearm and active participation in a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to state prison for a total indeterminate sentence of 63 years to life.
5. Ernesto Iniguez-Arrested in connection with a car to car shooting in Cathedral City.
6. George Rodrigues Jr.-Arrested for various offenses in the Dream Homes neighborhood. He was named in the 600 page injunction against the gang.
7. Guadalupe Tapia Hernandez-Arrested for various offenses. Was a reputed member of the gang until he was killed by fellow gang members after the gang split into two rival factions.
8. Juan Carlos Flores-Arrested and charged with the murder of Guadalupe Tapia Hernandez a fellow gang member. He was killed after he tagged in a park claimed by Barrio Dream Homes which caused a territorial gang dispute between Hernandez and Jose Giron. Hernandez and Giron fought in the park twice, each time Hernandez emerged as the winner. After the second fight, Jose Giron made a phone call and minutes later Noel Garza arrived at the park in a truck. Noel Garza handed a gun to Jose Giron and he opened fire on Hernandez. Hernandez was shot in the elbow and the back and fell to the ground. Juan Flores and Angel Giron began to punch, kick and hit Hernandez as he laid on the ground gasping for air.
9. Noel Santiago Garza Jr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Guadalupe Tapia Hernandez a fellow gang member.
10. Jose Gabriel Giron-Arrested and charged with the murder of Guadalupe Tapia Hernandez a fellow gang member. He is the accused shooter and was named one of Riverside Counties most wanted prior to arrest.
11. Angel Jonathan Giron-Arrested and charged with the murder of Guadalupe Tapia Hernandez a fellow gang member. He was named one of Riverside Counties most wanted prior to arrest.

Southside Barrio Cathedral City 13 (Cathedral City):
1. Miguel Valdivia "Noño" Najera-Was convicted of murder, robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm in connection with a gang-related killing. For the murder, Najera was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole based on a gang-murder special circumstance and to a consecutive prison term of 25 years to life for personally and intentionally discharging a firearm causing death.
2. David Castaneda-A member of Barrio Cathedral City arrested on various charges.
3. Armando Navarro-Arrested for first degree burglary which he served a five year sentence for. Also arrested three times for possession of a controlled substance. His most recent arrest was for murder, robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm.  
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4. Angel Monroy Sr.-Arrested for possessing the illegal firearm, and an unnamed 16-year-old male was arrested for possessing ammunition as a minor during a gang task force investigation in Cathedral City.
5. Daniel Karlson-Charged in the shooting death of fellow gang member and his close friend 27-year-old Johnny Godinez at a party in Thousand Palms. He was sentenced to 44 years in prison. He was aquitted of murder in 2004 for the murder of Robert Morales and his 18 year old sister.
6. Jose Luis Perez-Arrested for various offenses, was deported to mexico after it was found he was in the country illegally.

Varrio Jackson Terrace Gang 13 (Indio):
1. Concepcion Rodriguez-Recieved a life sentence for kidnapping and killing a man he believed raped his girlfriend. The victim and defendants are all from the same gang.
2. Mingus Anthony Chavarria-Recieved 15 years in prison for his role in the murder and kidnapping of Anastacio "Taquito" Torres.

Northside Indio 13:Wickeds, Locos, Tiny Locos, Sick Made Gangsters
1. Michael Anthony Gonzalez-Found guilty of aggravated mayhem. The jury found true the allegation that defendant personally used a deadly or dangerous weapon during the commission of the felony. The trial court found true the allegations that defendant suffered a prior conviction that resulted in a prison term and a prior conviction that qualified as a serious felony, and a strike. The trial court sentenced defendant to state prison for a determinate term of seven years and a consecutive indeterminate term of 14 years to life. Gonzalez stabbed a "snitch" from VCR 53 in jail after the man had "paperwork put out on him," by the Mexican Mafia. The victim survived the stabbing.

Southside Indio 13:Sur Town Lokos, Brown Soldiers
1. Miguel Sauceda-Arrested on federal charges.
2. Jose Fuentes-Sauceda-Arrested for various crimes. 
3. Osiel Pantaleon-Arrested for various crimes.
4. Michael Ramirez-Arrested for various crimes.
5. Silviano Franco-Arrested for various crimes.
6. Samuel Parra Barnachia-Arrested for various crimes.
7. Carlos Grando Barnachia-Arrested for various crimes.
8. Eduardo Flores Corral-Arrested for various crimes.
9. Delila Minique Flores-Arrested for various crimes.
10. Arturo Vega-Arrested for various crimes.
11. Robert Perez-Arrested for various crimes.
12. Raymond Villagomez-Arrested for various crimes.
13. Robert Luis Gaeta-Arrested for various crimes.
14. Rogelio Sanchez Carranza-Arrested for various crimes.
15. Francisco Romero-Arrested for various crimes.
16. David Gaeta-Arrested for various crimes.
17. Rolando Garza-Arrested for various crimes.
18. Telly Chakalis-Arrested for various crimes.
19. Juanita Katrina Perez-Arrested for various crimes.
20. Christina Rocha-Arrested for various crimes.
21. Robert Luna-Currently being sought All were arrested in a Riverside county gang sweep, If convicted, each of the federal criminal defendants face a mandatory minimum of five years in federal prison. Some of the defendants face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years.

Varrio Campo 48 Gang:
1. Gerardo Jerry Rivera-Pled guilty to one count of felony possession of a firearm and one count of unlawful and active participation in a criminal street gang, a misdemeanor. The trial court sentenced defendant to a term of 16 months in prison on the felony count and a concurrent term of 365 days in county jail for the misdemeanor count.

Varrio Mecca Vineyards 13:
1. Jose Jonathan "Wacko" Ocampo-Convicted of first degree murder with premeditation and deliberation in the shooting death of Ovidio Sanchez and wounding Daniel De La Paz. De La Paz was paralyzed because of the incident, both were members of the Indio gang Campo 48 Ave. The two gang members were there to confront a member of Varrio Mecca Vineyards who pulled a knife on a member of Campo 48.    
2. Abel "Mad Boy" Fuentes-Arrested in connection with the shootings of two Campo 48 Ave. gang members.
3. Jose "Red" Corona-Arrested in connection with the shootings of two Campo 48 Ave. gang members. Also convicted of manslaughter and the assault with a firearm in November 2007 along with two other Mecca Vineyards members.  
4. Hector Palomares-Convicted in 2001 for a December 2000 assault with a firearm charge.
5. Roberto Zarco-Convicted in 2001 for a December 2000 assault with a firearm charge.
6. Hector Manriquez-Convicted in 2001 for the July 1999 murder of a Campo 48 Ave. gang member.  
7. Adrian Zendejas-Convicted in 2001 for the July 1999 murder of a Campo 48 Ave. gang member.
8. Robert Ochoa-Convicted of manslaughter and the assault with a firearm in November 2007 along with two other Mecca Vineyards members.
9. Little Boxer-Convicted of manslaughter and the assault with a firearm in November 2007 along with two other Mecca Vineyards members.
10. Juan Meza-Charged in November 2007 to being a felon in possession of a firearm. In September 2005, he pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon, and in 2002, he pleaded guilty to possessing a controlled substance for sale while armed. He was killed on Black Friday in a toy store after a confrontation with Alejandro Moreno.

Varrio Indio Rifa 13:
1. "Peewee"-The juvenile court determined that minor's maximum aggregate confinement time was four years eight months. He was charged with vehicle theft, receiving a stolen vehicle, evading a police officer, attempted sodomy of a minor and vandalism.

Southside Varrio Penn West 13 (Indio):
1. Mark Anthony "Syco" Perez-Sentenced to 45 years in prison for his part in the accidental shooting of Molly Prieto, at a housewarming party she had planned for herself. Molly died after being shot in her abdomen. The Penn West gangsters shot her after a altercation with Varrio Coachella Rifa gang members. Perez was the accused shooter.
2. Julian "Little Boy" Melendez-Sentenced to 31 years in prison for his part in the accidental shooting of Molly Prieto, at a housewarming party she had planned for herself. Molly died after being shot in her abdomen. The Penn West gangsters shot her after a altercation with Varrio Coachella Rifa gang members.
3. Rene Vega Hernandez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for his part in the accidental shooting of Molly Prieto, at a housewarming party she had planned for herself. Molly died after being shot in her abdomen. The Penn West gangsters shot her after a altercation with Varrio Coachella Rifa gang members.
4. Richard De La Fuente-Convicted of assault with a firearm in 2003.
5. Noel Acevedo-Convicted of carjacking and participating in a criminal street gang in 2004.  
6. Armando Hernandez Zabalza-Sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a failed armed vehicle robbery in Penn West territory that resulted in the death of Marcos Esqueda Jr. who was not a gang member. He and Gloria Rodarte went to the neighborhood to buy meth after gambling at a local casino.
7. Victor Garcia-Sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a failed armed vehicle robbery in Penn West territory that resulted in the death of Marcos Esqueda Jr. who was not a gang member. He and Gloria Rodarte went to the neighborhood to buy meth after gambling at a local casino.
8. Roberto "Wicked" Rodriguez-Sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a failed armed vehicle robbery in Penn West territory that resulted in the death of Marcos Esqueda Jr. who was not a gang member. He and Gloria Rodarte went to the neighborhood to buy meth after gambling at a local casino. Rodriguez did not fire his gun because of the presence of Rodarte.
9. Eduardo Flores Corrale-Arrested for distribution of methamphetamine and the transfer of a machine gun. Sentenced to prison for a term of 135 months.

Northside Centro 13:12 Oak Street
1. Martin “Tiny” Andrade Heber-Arrested for the stabbing death of High School Football player Martin Garza. 
2. Paul Levario-Arrested for various offenses.
3. Manuel Viloria- Arrested for various offenses.


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Post  CaliforniaRepublic on Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:29 pm

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Southside Ontario Earth Angels/South Ontario Sur 13:Junior Earth Angels, Lady Earth Angels
1. Regino "The Bull" Deharo-gang member and recent parolee, was captured after a 50 mile televised chase which includes a car jacking and several shots fired from the carjacked vehicle. The event started when Deharo, Robert Garcia and Jesus Ochoa bungled a robbery at a home in Pomona. During the televised chase Deharo wounded officer Roger Matthews.
2. Robert Garcia-Arrested for a Pomona robbery that occurred in 1993 with Regino Deharo.
3. Jesus Ochoa-Arrested for a Pomona robbery that occurred in 1993 with Regino Deharo.
4. Bobby "Huero"-Arrested for various offenses in and around Ontario.
5. Chato-Was considered the vice-president for of the Earth Angels gang. Has been arrested for
various offenses in and around Ontario, CA.

Southside Ontario Varrio Surenos Black Angels 13:Varrio Sunkist Street, Belmont Street Locos, Dead End Locos, D Street Gang, Nocta Boys, Park Street Gang, Vine Street Lokos (Black Angels, Angelito Negros, Junior Black Angels)
1. Ruben “Tupie” Hernandez-One of the most notorious crimes associated with the Black Angels was the June 22, 1987 murder of Mary Lou Davila-Salazar, her boyfriend and roommate at a home in the city of Ontario. Hernandez murdered Davila in retaliation for her role in the recent murder of fellow gang member “Tito” Marines. Hernandez was convicted in the late 1980’s and sentenced to three consecutive life sentences in a California prison. During the mid 1990s and after the death of Mexican Mafia “EME” leader Joe “Peg Leg” Morgan, Ontario Black Angel member Ruben “Tupie” Hernandez assumed the leadership role of the Mexican Mafia, while housed in Pelican Bay State prison.
2. Daryl Castrellon-Had the Black Angels’ reins in California Department of Corrections, but since he's paroled has picked up “the Bible.”
3. Frank "Smoky" Alcala-Charged with varios crimes ranging from Grand theft auto to murder. "He had all the other gang members, from different gangs, scared of him and thinking he was EME" a Arizona cop was quoted saying. Police shot Smoky two times in the arm and butt upon arrest. Was also arrested for being in an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
4. Jose Dubon-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Jude Rey Meraz-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
6. Rueben Franco-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Fernando Belmontes-Charged and convicted of a 1979 murder. He was sentenced to death for the crime.
8. Armando "Mando" Barajas-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion. Presently, defendant Barajas maintains the authority to “bless” individuals and elevate them in status to full membership in the Black Angels gang.  
9. Juan "Nito" Gil-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion. Juan was a EME tax collector prior to arrest.
10. David "Plucky Navarro-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
11. Jose "Solo" Hurtado-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
12. Enrique "Cisco" Jimenez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
13. Carlos "Chino" Rivera-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
14. Rigo "Lost Boy" Portillo-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
15. Juan "Swifty" Diaz-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
16. Carlos "Lil Lazy" Vasquez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
17. Adolph "Fito" Moraga-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
18. Steven "Little Loki" Espinoza-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
19. Rafael "Lil Pokie" Alvarez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
20. Zacarias “Drew” Arteaga-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
21. Hugo Quiroz-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
22. Robert “Lucci” Dewester-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
23. Marlon “Bow Easy” Jiron-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
24. Fernando “Sicko” Morales-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
25. Alex  “Sniper” Castro-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
26. Albert “Pelon” Moreno-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion. Charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, sentenced to 8 years in prison.
27. Michael “Dropper” Sanchez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
28. Manuel "Toro" Calderon-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
29. Virginia Gil-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
30. Rebecca Estrada-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
31. Maria Lopez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
32. Jessica Medina-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
33. Jessica Perez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
34. Raul "Crook" Preito-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.  
35. David Hernandez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
36. Francisco Venegas-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
37. Steven "Widget" Vega-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
38. Robert Perez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
39. Rose Marie Magalanes-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
40. James "Casper" Kissling-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
41. Jesstine Lucero-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
42. Bianca Laguna-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
43. Andrea Richards-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
44. Santacruz "Jose" Silva-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
45. Jose Romero-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
46. Marco Antonio "Alex" Torres-Cruz-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
47. Inez "Gordo" Meza-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
48. Agustin Andalon-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
49. Angel "Bandit" Aranda-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
50. Salvador "Flaco" Martinez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
51. Lupe Gonzales-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
52. Rogelio Peralta-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
53. Robert Tolson-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
54. Santiago Mendez-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
55. Carl Cook-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
56. Daniel "Sugar" Reyes-Members and associates of an organization engaged in, among other things, murder, conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to traffic in narcotics, narcotics-trafficking, robbery, and extortion.
57. Andrew Brian Magallanez-Sentenced to 137 years to life in state prison for killing of 21-year-old Robert Chavez Jr. at Colton's controversial and now closed La Villa Restaurant.
58. Daniel "Danny Boy" Lechuga-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
59. Denise "Baby Loca" Hererra-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
60. Ivan "Trusty" Montero-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
61. Joel "Bouncer" Pompa-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
62. Jessica Rodriguez-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
63. Regina Chavira-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
64. Hugo Manzano-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
65. Amanda Ortega-Charges covered crimes which included a home invasion robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, extortion, kidnapping, witness intimidation and murder.
66. Emmanuel Pimentel-Arrested in connection to a shooting that left to San Bernardino residents dead.
67. Jesus Urzua-Arrested in connection to a shooting that left to San Bernardino residents dead.
68. Daniel Vera-Found guilty of first-degree murder last month for the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Manuel Jesus Vega of Ontario on Jan. 13, 2009 outside Vega's mother's apartment in the 300 block of Stillman Avenue.
69. David Joseph Aviles-Booked into the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino for investigation of attempted murder, participation in a criminal street gang and a parole violation.
70. Michael Blanco-Convicted of attempted murder of a peace officer and other charges and sentenced to prison for 108 years.
71. Frank Martin Hernandez-Charged with shooting at police during a chase. Faces 35 years in prison.
72. Hector Ruben "Pirate" Lopez-Charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and a parole violation. Sentenced to 169 months in prison. 
73. Neilvert DelaCruz-pleaded guilty in 1996 to attempted murder, with an armed enhancement, and conspiracy to commit murder. He fled the jurisdiction before sentencing and, two years later in 1998, was discovered in custody in the Philippines. Defendant resisted extradition for the next 11 years. He was finally returned to California for sentencing in 2009.
74. Jose Ramon Lopez-Convicted of the sensless killing of a Montclair father George Salsgiver. Lopez was sentenced to 91 years in prison for his crimes.
75. Esteban Hernandez-Charged in shooting at Montclair nightclub. Sentenced to 16 years in prison as part of a plea bargain.
76. Armando Ledesma-Charged in shooting at Montclair nightclub. Sentenced to 11 years in prison as part of a plea bargain.
77. Ernest Marquez-Charged with bank robbery. After the robbery the manager of the bank followed Marquez and called the police, which ultimately resulted in his arrest.
78. Abel Jose Blanco-The brother of Michael Blanco, accused of being the driver in the attempted murder of a off-duty Fontana police officer. Sentenced to more then 40 years in prison.
79. Ivan Sanchez-Lara-Has a extensive criminal record dating back to when he was 15 in Ontario, California. Charged with an open count of murder, four counts of tampering with evidence, aggravated assault on a peace officer and being a felon in possession of a firearm, after killing a Albuquerque, NM woman.
80. Joe Martel-Known OBA member arrested for various offenses in Ontario. He is the brother of OBA, Hector Ruben "Pirate" Lopez.
81. Johnny "Niggs" Alcala-A high ranking BA in and around south Ontario, arrested for various offenses.
82. Christopher "Serio" Leon-Sent to federal prison on charges stemming from an arrest in Ontario. Is said to have been a police informant.
83. Jonathan Marshall Valderrama-Fired about 25 rounds at police and was shot 6 times in 2008 in Ontario, Ca. He survived and was arrested and sentenced to over 35 years in prison for his actions.
84. Jon Flores-Arrested for the Easter Sunday murder and carjacking of 59 year old Gregory Peck Johnson in Ontario.
85. Joseph Arrez-Arrested for the Easter Sunday murder and carjacking of 59 year old Gregory Peck Johnson in Ontario.
86. Jose Antonio Urbina-Charged with two counts of attempted murder for stabbing two Fontana teens. He is a member of the Nocta Boys clique from OVS.
87. Big Trooper-Has served time in a California state prison.
88. Eric Rios-Arrested for various offenses in and around Ontario. He was killed sometime in 2010.
89. Albert Montoya-A jury found defendant guilty on one count of first degree murder of  Robert Chavez Jr. A member of the Southside Verdugo Flats gang after a fight in a crowded Colton restaurant. Defendant was sentenced to a total of 187 years to life.
90. Juan Diaz-A jury found defendant guilty on one count of first degree murder of  Robert Chavez Jr. A member of the Southside Verdugo Flats gang after a fight in a crowded Colton restaurant.
91. Andrew “Dicer” Navarro-Reportedly stabbed someone at a party and rendered him a quadraplegic while repeatedly yelling “Black Angels” as he committed the stabbing.
92. Jesse "Big Looney" Torres-Found guilty as charged of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, a knife, for stabbing two brothers, Marcos Arroyo and Manuel Delgado, at a neighborhood party. 
93. Hilario "Little Looney" Martinez-Arrested for various crimes. Is the little brother of Jesse Torres.
94. Victor Gaitan-After defendant waived his right to a jury trial, the court found him guilty of possessing a deadly weapon, to wit, metal knuckles. As a result, defendant was sentenced to the midterm of two years in state prison. 
95. Albert Daniel Moreno-Arrested for possession of a firearm by a felon. Also charged with possession of ammunition and receiving stolen property. He was sentenced to 8 years in prison.

Eastside Ontario Youth Gone Wild 13:
1. Jimmie Lee Oates-Sentenced to an aggregate indeterminate prison term of 85 years to life plus a determinate term of 20 years. For Shooting that nearly killed a rival gang member from NSO. One victim had to have his leg amputated due to the shooting.
2. Danny Vasquez-Accused of stabbing his 17 year old girlfriend, Jessica Flores. Vasquez called the police on himself and confessed the murder.

Chino Sinners:D Street Lokos
1. Ruben Johnny Gonzales-57 year old member of the Chino Sinners gang is sentenced to a 20 year term for trying to extort a gang "tax" from a man he met at an area parole office, Gonzales is a known Eme General.
2. Steven Garcia-Shot and killed fellow gang member Joseph Orosco after a dispute stemming from a gang meeting. Sentenced to 98 years in prison.
3. Michael Angel "Rascal" Monsivais-Allegedly responsible for distribution of CSR. Arrested and charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
4. Jaime Banuelos-Allegedly responsible for distribution of CSR.
5. Romeo Aranda-Allegedly conspired to attempt to transport heroin into the California Institute for Men in Chino under the direction of inmate Frederick
6. Silvino Perez-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
7. Albert Hernandez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
8. Alexander John Hernandez-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
9. David Darnall-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
10. Fredrick Malga "Freddy G" Gargia Jr.-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms. Sentenced to 48 months in federal prison.
11. Mathew Reina-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
12. Lorena Aguirre-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
13. Crystine Minchau Ramirez-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
14. Anthony Ramirez-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
15. Richard Galvan-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
16. Nick Everett Cervantez-The indictment charges 15 defendants with the distribution of controlled substances, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and unlawful possession of firearms.
17. Paul Valencia-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
18. David Villa-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
19. Ignacio Villa-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
20.John Mungia-Arrested for murder sentenced to life in prison. He is a known Eme Carnal.
21. Victor Salvador Talamantez-Charged with attempted murder for shooting a teen girl in the chest and her brother in law in the arm at a party in Montclair. Sentenced to 19 years in prison.
22. Joseph Anthony Rizzo-Sentenced to prison time and probation for the distribution of methamphetamine.
23. Christian Rodriguez-Arrested for false imprisonment, kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, making terrorist threats and participation in a criminal street gang, he had been previously arrested for the same offense. He reportedly beat and drugged his victim with methamphetamine because he believed the man was having an affair with his girlfriend.
24. Albert Orosco-Arrested in San Bernardino County for various offenses.
25. Hector Galvez-Arrested in San Bernardino County for various offenses.
26. Malgra Garcia-Authorities believe him to be the Mexican Mafia’s liaison for the Chino area.
27. Miguel Ramos-Convicted of shooting his cousin after he found out his wife was having an affair wth him. He was sentenced to 50 years in prison.
28. Victor Hurtado Alleged to have directed the Sinners' operation throughout Southern California.

Northtown Cucamonga Kings Rifa 13:
1. Paul Anguiano, Jr.-Currently serving a 164 year term for murder of NAW Gang member Dennis Harris.
2. Gilbert Anguiano-Serving time in Ironwood prison.
3. Raymond Anguiano-Serving Life in prison for murder.
4. Tommy "Chono" Anguiano-Arrested on various charges, is a high ranking member of CKS with ties to La Eme.
5. John "Bugsy" Mijarez-Arrested on various charges including a string of burglaries committed to support a heroin habit. Is a high ranking member of CKS with ties to La Eme.
6. Johnny Ray "Chucks" Vandergriff-Said to be one of the more active members of the young CKS members. Arrested on various charges.
7. William Robles-A high level member of The Cuca Kings, arrested for various offenses including possession of a stolen vehicle. Is said to have been in control of the gang for awhile.
8. Jolene Sanchez-Said to be a loyal Cuca Queen member, she has been arrested for assaulting a person during a road rage incident..
9. Barbara Estrada-Said to be a loyal Cuca Queen member, she has been arrested for various minor offenses.
10. Gregory "Mosca" Martinez Jr.-Arrested in auto theft investigation in Rancho Cucamonga.
11. Tony Tinoco-Arrested for shooting at a house he and other Cuca Kings members assumed was occupied by a member of rival N.A.W gang. Nobody was killed in the melee of gunfire.
12. Alex Barillas-Arrested for shooting at a house he and other Cuca Kings members assumed was occupied by a member of rival N.A.W gang. Nobody was killed in the melee of gunfire.
13. Philip Ramirez-Arrested for shooting at a house he and other Cuca Kings members assumed was occupied by a member of rival N.A.W gang. Nobody was killed in the melee of gunfire.
14. Joseph Allen-Has been arrested for various offenses. He was wounded by members of N.A.W gang in a drive-by shooting.
15. Albert "Guero" Padilla-A senior member of the Cuca Kings. He is said to have controlled the gang at one point or another.
16. George "Totie" Duenas Jr.-Is said to have a lot of power within the Cuca Kinga gang. Has been arrested for various offenses, including several home invasions.
17. Thomas "Chinito" Perez-Is said to have a lot of power within the Cuca Kinga gang. Has been arrested for various offenses including murder.
18. Jesus "Vala" Garcia-Has been arrested for various offenses.
19. Christoper Ramirez-Has been arrested for various offenses.
20. Efren "Chef" Tinoco-Arrested for shooting at a house he and other Cuca Kings members assumed was occupied by a member of rival N.A.W gang. Nobody was killed in the melee of gunfire. On another occassion he evaded police and threw a stolen gun into a backyard. The gun was found and Tinoco arrested.
21. David Olagues-Has been arrested for various offenses, including firing a gun at the girlfriend of a man, whom was holding a baby, that he felt disrespected by because the man refused to take back a cigarette he had given to Olagues.
22. Robert "Bubba" Sandoval-Has been arrested for various offenses including possession of illegal drugs.
23. George "Lil Happy" Castro Jr.-Arrested for stabbing a black man five times near a market in Rancho Cucamonga. Is said to be a Mexican Mafia member.
24. Edward "Bam-Bam" Ramirez-Has been arrested for stealing a vehicle in the High Desert and sentenced to 13 years in prison.
25. Arthur "Raskol" Rodriguez-Has been arrested for various offenses.
26. Ricky Meza-Arrested and convicted of assaulting several people at Old Town Park.
27. Jerry Hernandez-Arrested and convicted of assaulting several people at Old Town Park.
28. Francisco "Kiko" Alvarado-While arrested at West Valley Detention Center, he was convicted of cutting another inmate. The victim recieved 29 staples in his head and 20 stitches in his neck.
29. Ramiro "Piggy" Martinez-Covicted of shooting a man with a shotgun at a home in Victorville.
30. Nicholas "Nasty Nick" Raya-Arrested for pulling a gun on a black real estate agent in the North Town neighborhood in 2008. Sentenced to 8 years in state prison.
31. James John "Thumper" Ramirez-Arrested for pulling a gun on a black real estate agent in the North Town neighborhood in 2008. Sentenced to 9 years in state prison.
32. Damian Bejarano-Convicted of two counts of attempted murder after stabbing two black males in Rancho Cucamonga.
33. Greg Valencia-Convicted of two counts of attempted murder after stabbing two black males in Rancho Cucamonga.
34. Louis Velasquez Jr.-Convicted of two counts of attempted murder after stabbing two black males in Rancho Cucamonga.
35. Rene "Travisio" Maldonado-Arrested for discharging a firearm at a party in Rancho Cucamonga.
36. Joseph Andre-Arrested for stabbing a black man five times near a market in Rancho Cucamonga.
37. Johnny Padilla-A longtime heroin user who has been convicted of several crimes including illegal weapon possession. He overdosed on the drug in 2009.
38. David Munoz-A longtime heroin user who has been convicted of several crimes including breaking into houses. He is currently serving a 20 year sentence in prison.
39. Joshua "Pumpkin" Olagues-While evading Upland police he threw a loaded gun out his window which went off when it hit the ground. He was soon caught and charged with several crimes.
40. George Castro Sr.-Arrested for possession of a stolen handgun and other crimes. He is the father of George "Lil Happy" Castro Jr.
41. Jonathon "Catfish" Martinez-Arrested for possession of a stolen handgun and other crimes.
42. Mark Anguiano-Arrested for possession of a firearm after police stopped him in Rancho Cucamonga.
43. Jacob Padilla-Arrested for assaulting a police officer with a firearm.
44. Paul Guebara-Arrested for gun and drug offenses with gang enhancements.
45. Nathan Campa-Has been arrested for various offenses. Was victim in a drive-by shooting committed by N.A.W gang members. Nobody was seriously injured in the shooting.
46. Robert Campa-Has been arrested for various offenses. Was victim in a drive-by shooting committed by N.A.W gang members. Nobody was seriously injured in the shooting.
47. Augustine Martinez-Arrested for a racially motivated assault of two black males in Rancho Cucamonga.
48. Nellie Padilla-Arrested for a home invasion robbery. Was the girlfriend of George "Totie" Duenas at time of arrest. Is the daughter of Johnny Padilla.
49.  George "George Of The Jungle" Duenas Sr.-The father of George Duenas Jr. He has been arrested for various offenses.
50. George "Georgie" Estrada-He has been arrested for various offenses including trafficking and transporting drugs. Reportedly stabbed a inmate in prison on behalf of La Eme.
51. Jason Garcia-Arrested in auto theft investigation in Rancho Cucamonga.
52. Jimmy "Crow" Alvarado-He has been arrested for various offenses and is the brother of Francisco "Kiko" Alvarado. Is a well respected member of the gang
53. Danny "Dan" Garcia-He has been arrested for various offenses.
54. Gerald "Jerry" Arias-Convicted of attempted murder against a member of Cuca Dog Patch. He reportedly stabbed the victim because he was green lighted by La Eme.
55. Arthur "Tudi" Estrada-He has been arrested for various offenses. Is a known La Eme member.
56. Chey Sanchez-He has been arrested for various offenses. Is the father of Jolene Sanchez and her two sisters. He died of a drug overdose.
57. Vidal Mesa-He has been arrested for various offenses. Is the brother of Ricky Mesa.
58. Jesse Garcia-He has been arrested for various offenses. He is the brother of Jason and Jesus Garcia.
59. Gabriel Lagos-He has been arrested for various offenses.
60. Marlo Anguiano-Convicted of attempted murder of a police officer with his vehicle. Also charged with multiple auto burglaries.
61. Habib Ramirez-Arrested for being the fence of a auto theft and burglary ring.
62. Randy Andrade-He has been arrested for various offenses.
63. Joseph Anguiano Jr.-Is the son of Joseph Anguiano Sr. He has been arrested for various offenses.
64. Joseph "Quito" Anguiano Sr.-Is the father of Joseph Anguiano Jr. He had been arrested for various offenses. He was shot and killed by a unknown gunman in Rancho Cucamonga.

Westside Cuca Dog Patch 13:
1. Jaime Nuci-Has been arrested for various offenses. Was nearly stabbed to death by a Cuca Kings member. He was said to have been green lighted for dropping out of the Mexican Mafia.
2. Gilbert Martinez-Has been arrested for various offenses.

Alta Loma Vatos Locos 13:
1. Matthew Jerome Beck-In 1991 Mathew shot and killed 17 year old Los Angeles County gang member Mark "Tiny" Foss in his Alta Loma driveway. Mathew who was just 15 at the time of the murder recieved a 8 year sentence in California Youth Authority.
2. Fredo-Arreted for minor offenses in San Bernardino County.
3. Krazy-Arreted for minor offenses in San Bernardino County.

Upland Ghost Town 13:
1. Trenton Abel Dukes-Arrested in connection with the 2011 shooting of Jesus Calderon near Calaveras Avenue and Salina Street in Rancho Cucamonga, an area considered home turf by a gang called "Dog Patch."

Upland Outlawz 13:
1. Scrapy- Sentenced to three years for a crime committed in San Bernardino, County. Has had various other run in's with the law.

Upland Ghost Town 13:
1. Unnamed Man-Arrested for attempting to stab a group of African American males from Du Roc Crip, at the Upland Lemon Festival.

Eastside 1st Street Clara Monte Rifa 13:IE Casanovas
1. M. "Niteowl" Melendrez-Arrested in Claremonte for various offenses.
2. Romeo Bacos-charged and arrested for the 1998 homicide of a local wrestler at a Claremont party.

Montclair Cyclones 13:
1. Ruben Castellanoz-Found guilty of first-degree murder for the shooting death of a Montclair teen who was a Ontario gang member.
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White Gangs

Nazi Low Riders:Seniors, Juniors, Kids
1. Ryan Joseph Kidd-Charged with vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, evading a police officer and violation of parole.
2. Michael David Cottler-Was arrested on August 7, 2006, for allegedly conspiring with fellow Ironwood State Prison inmate Michael McGee to kill a California Highway Patrol officer scheduled to testify against McGee in a criminal case. Cottler is charged with conspiracy to commit murder against a peace officer while participating in a street gang.
3. Patrick Speldrick-Charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.
4. Johnny Ray Smith-Arrested for grand theft and a parole violation.
5. Timothy Grape-Arrested for possession of a controlled substance and a parole violation.
6. Paul Reahm-Arrested by the Riverside Sheriff's Department in Norco in July 2006 for burglary, receiving known stolen property, assault on a police dog and resisting arrest, and sentenced to two years in state prison.
7. Jason Paul Swonger-Convicted of burglarizing approximately 13 Claremont homes and 23 others in the Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, and Upland areas. He was sentenced to two years in state prison.
8. Richard Klein-Was sentenced to six years in state prison in exchange for pleading no contest to one count of benefiting a street gang and one count of conspiracy.
9. Kylie Klein-Pled no contest for possession of methamphetamines to benefit a street gang.
10. Ty Fowles-Allegedly once the top member of the gang at the state prison in Wasco, California, pleaded guilty to two racketeering counts. Fowles admitted being involved in a 1999 attack in prison that injured three African-American inmates and authorizing a “hit” the following year on a white inmate who had allegedly dated a woman whose child was fathered by an African-American man. In addition, Fowles, along with 11 other members or associates of the Nazi Low Riders, was indicted by a Los Angeles federal grand jury in February 2002 for violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) through extortion, conspiring to distribute drugs in prison, witness tampering, robbery, attempted murder and murder in various California state penitentiaries. To date, nine of the defendants have pleaded guilty. Fowles was sentenced on March 29, 2006, to 17 more years behind bars.
11. Shayne Allyn Ziska-A prison guard at the California Institute for Men in Chino from January 1984 through October 2000, was convicted of three federal charges: participating in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) conspiracy, violent crime in aid of racketeering (VICAR) and deprivation of rights under color of law, after assisting members of the Nazi Low Riders distribute narcotics and assault inmates.
12. Gary Roger Adams- a parolee and a documented member of the Nazi Low Riders, was arrested along with Matthew Martin Stone, a high school art teacher in Fontana, during a crime sweep.
13. Matthew Martin Stone-A high school art teacher in Fontana, arrested during a crime sweep. Police arrested Stone on suspicion of weapons and narcotics possession, and associating with a criminal street gang. Law enforcement officials confiscated the narcotics and at least four rifles, several handguns and swords from the apartment. Stone was placed on administrative leave from his teaching job. Stone pleaded guilty on January 11, 2007, to being under the influence while in possession of a weapon, as well as an unrelated drunken-driving charge, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and ordered not to associate with gang members.
14. Brian Tobias-Has been linked to the NLR, received a 16-year sentence for attempting to kill an African-American man in Lancaster in a drive-by shooting in 2003. Earlier, he had received a 34-year sentence for shooting at law enforcement officers during a high-speed pursuit a day after the hate crime.
15. Shane Douglas Collins-Was arrested for the brutal beating of a postman of Asian descent in Ceres, California. He is awaiting trial on charges that include felonious assault.
16. Todd Givens-An NLR member, and his wife Lacey were convicted in Tulare County, California, in the 2001 murder of Scotty and Patreace Holstone. Scotty was also an NLR member. Givens shot Scotty Holstone during an argument and, as the victim begged for his life, stabbed him repeatedly with a sickle until he died. Lacy Givens shot Patreace Holstone, Scotty's sister, in the head with a sawed-off shotgun. The couple then set fire to the victims, who were later stashed inside their Hyundai. Todd Givens received a death sentence and Lacey Givens was sentenced to life without parole. Todd Givens' mother, Cheryl, served 16 months for helping to dispose of the victims' bodies.
17. Michael "Snake" Bridge-A high ranking member of the NLR, was sentenced to nearly 23 years in federal prison on racketeering and other charges, in addition to a previous conviction he received for being a felon in possession of a firearm. He also has being held for attempted murder, witness intimidation and narcotics charges. He has pushed for the NLR to abandon its alliance with the AB.
18. Daymon Schrock-An NLR member, pleaded guilty to the voluntary manslaughter, kidnapping, and other charges related to the killing of Robert Maricle, a mentally disabled man from Salinas, in 2003.
19. Dominique England-Pled guilty to the killing of a mentally disabled man.
20. Jeanne Soja-Pled guilty to the killing of a mentally disabled man.
21. Neal Beckman-A high-ranking NLR member and an affiliate of the Aryan Brotherhood, shot a Ukiah Police officer four times and then stabbed an employee of Wal-Mart, where Beckman and a female accomplice had allegedly been shoplifting. The wounded police officer, with the help of a cadet in training, shot and killed Beckman. Bomb-making materials were found at the residence where Beckman had been living.
22. Joseph "Blue" Lowry-Arrested for variouse charges in California, is a high ranking leader in the NLR. He has adopted an AB-style line, calling for the abolishment of drugs and "race traitors" from the group.
23. Danny Wiiliams-Arrested in 1996 along with Eric Dillard for beating a African American teen with a baseball bat, in Lancaster Ca.
24. Eric Dillard-Arrested in 1996 along with Danny Williams for beating a African American teen with a baseball bat, in Lancaster Ca.
25. Randall Lee Rojas-Sentenced to life in prison for the brutal beating of a homeless man in the High Desert.
26. Jessica Colwell-Charged in the murder of a High Desert homeless man along with two othe NLR members.
27. Ritch Bryant-Arrested for the stabbing of a African American high school student. While serving time for that crime was sentenced to life in the un-related murder of a homeless man in the High Desert.
28. William Richie-While arrested in a San Bernardino County detention center, he and David Rolph slashed African American inmate Cedric Allan Parker, with a makeshift knife.
29. David Rolph-While arrested in a San Bernardino County detention center, he and William Richie slashed African American inmate Cedric Allan Parker, with a makeshift knife.

Public Enemy Number 1 PEN1:
1. Donald Reed "Popeye" Mazza-A "shot caller" or leader, has a violent criminal history, including drug use (he was a heavy heroin user) and an attempted murder conviction. In April 1999, according to prosecutors, only 10 hours after being released from prison, Mazza stabbed an associate, William Austin, while Dominic (Nick) "Droopy" Rizzo, the number two leader in PENI (and godfather to Austin's child), held Austin down. Austin was a member of the Los Angeles Death Squad, another white supremacist gang, and an active participant in PENI and NLR activities. Austin was said to have been attacked in this "prison-ordered hit" because fellow gang members believed that he was working with law enforcement as an informant. According to prosecutors, an Aryan Brotherhood member is believed to have overseen the attack. In 2003, Mazza was convicted of attempted murder and is currently serving 15 years in state custody at Pelican Bay.
2. Dominic Peter "Droopy" Rizzo-Was given a life sentence for his attempted murder conviction and is locked up at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Prior to the conviction, Rizzo had been released from the Santa Ana Orange County Jail on July 17, 2002, on a $500,000 bond paid with a cashier's check, which later turned out to be bogus. In November 2003, while being transported, Rizzo slashed the neck of another inmate, a convicted child molester, with whom he was shackled in line. Rizzo pleaded guilty on July 17, 2006, to assault with a deadly weapon; his sentence was added to the life term he was already serving for the attempted murder.
3. Devlin "Gazoo" Stringfellow-A leading member in PEN1. Arrested on various charges.
4. Simone Lawrence-Convicted in March 2006 of committing identity theft for the sake of benefiting PENI.
5. Monica "Mouth" Witak-Convicted of witness intimidation in association with PENI. While housed at the Orange County Jail, Witak wrote a letter to a PENI member in another prison facility, requesting an assault against an individual who witnessed her cellmate's murder case. Witak received a five year sentence for the incident.
6. Kim Arrighi Fanelli-Dominic Rizzo's sister-in-law, was convicted of possession of a shotgun and pseudo-ephedrine to make methamphetamines and sentenced to five years.
7. Chad Studebaker-Involved in a traffic altercation in Orange County, ran the victim's car off the road, sliced his neck with a knife, and yanked a Star of David hanging from the victim's neck. Studebaker then fled to a PENI safe home in Riverside County before being arrested; he was later convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to 21 years to life in prison.
8. Billy Joe Johnson-Is a lead member of PEN1 convicted of gruesome incident occurred in April 2004, when a group of PENI attacked a 26-year old Laguna Nigel resident because they thought he had stolen $12,000 from a stripper and PENI associate. Although they apparently intended only to torture him to extract a confession and the location of the money, their brutal attack with blows from a claw hammer to his skull killed the victim. Johnson recieved 45 years in prison for the murder.
9. Jason Karr-Serving time in prison for the killing of 26 year old Laguna Nigel.
10. Jeffree Buettner-Charged in the death of a 18 year old Lake Elsinore girl. Her body was stuffed in a 55 gallon drum in a open field. Both Buettner and Jones are awaiting trial.
11. Glen Joseph Jones-Charged in the death of a 18 year old Lake Elsinore girl. Her body was stuffed in a 55 gallon drum in a open field. Both Buettner and Jones are awaiting trial.
12. Brian "Bullet" Mitchell-Arrested for making counterfeit $50 bills by bleaching lower denomination currency with oven cleaner spray and running the paper through a color printer. He was later convicted of having equipment for the purpose of counterfeiting money for the benefit of financing the prison accounts of PENI members.
13. Michael Allen Lamb-Convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and committing murder for the benefit of the gang. The pair ambushed Scott Miller, a founder of PENI, a year after he participated in an interview on Fox News in Los Angeles in which he revealed information about the gang, including its drug trafficking activities.
14. Jacob Anthony Rump-Convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and committing murder for the benefit of the gang. The pair ambushed Scott Miller, a founder of PENI, a year after he participated in an interview on Fox News in Los Angeles in which he revealed information about the gang, including its drug trafficking activities.
15. Ronald Lee Bray-Pled guilty to a felony hate crime and felony criminal threats with a hate crimes enhancement. On July 7, 2006, Bray pushed an African-American man in a wheelchair into a light pole after spitting on him and using racial slurs outside a market in Newport Beach. Bray then raised his arm in a Nazi salute and called out Public Enemy Number 1.
16. Patrick "Mira Loma Pat" Speldrick-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder for the attempted murder of Tony Staska. Sawyer slid the weapon used under Speldrick's cell after the incident.
17. Kory Shaw-Shaw was charged with conspriracy to commit murder and other charges for his part in the hit on Staska. Is a shot caller in the gang and was serving a life sentence for murder before the incident.
18. Jeffree "Pusher" Buettner-Was sentenced to a life sentence for murder and was awaiting sentencing when he put a hit out on fellow gangmember Tony Staska for not killing witnesses in Buettner's case that were going to testify against him.
19. Tony Staska-Was being held in a Riverside County jail when he had his throat slit by Jason Sawyer. He survived and testified against his fellow gangmembers in court. Staska was serving a life sentence for murder when the altercation ocurred.
20. Michael Saenz-Charged with conspiracy charges in the jail house on Tony Staska.

American Front:
1. Jason Lee "Slim" Sawyer-Convicted of four counts relating to an attempted murder while he was being held at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside County. Stabbed his cellmate and fellow gang member Tony Staska for not following through on promises he told Jeffree Buettner he would handle. Staska survived and testified against Sawyer and his fellow gang members involved. Sawyer received a sentence of 104 years in prison.

American Firm:
1. TJ Leyden-Arrested for various minor offenses, he has since turden his life around and wrote a successful book. He is currently a full-time consultant to the Task Force Against Hate at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, monitoring racist groups and, more importantly, trying to extract young men and women from them.

Inland Empire Peckerwoods gang:
1. Steven Eugene Thurman-Thurman killed a black Apple Valley man two years ago was sentenced to 60 years to life in prison.
2. Richard Butler Cambria-Pled guilty to assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury and admitted to making criminal threats. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Tommy Lee Rhea-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for hollering racial slurs and assaulting a black family with co-defendant Richard Butler.
4. Anthony Scott Allen-The trial court sentenced Allen to 10 years in prison, for jumping two ex-Du Roc Crips in Pomona. During the fight one of the victims was stabbed.
5. Ryan Christopher White-The trial court sentenced White to 13 years in prison, for jumping two ex-Du Roc Crips in Pomona. During the fight one of the victims was stabbed.
6. Joseph Dale McCool-The trial court sentenced McCool to eight years in prison, for jumping two ex-Du Roc Crips in Pomona. During the fight one of the victims was stabbed.

Inland Empire Skinheads:
1. Thomas Mason-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang.
2. Joseph Mason-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang. Pled guilty to conspiracy to commit assault and gang activity and was sentenced to 8 years and 8 months in prison
3. Mark Goslyn-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang. Pled guilty in Victorville Superior Court to conspiracy to commit robbery, and was immediately sentenced to 25 years to life in prison (under California’s Three Strikes law).
4. Carrie Goodwin-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang. Goodwin was pregnant when arrested and had tried to have her pregnancy induced to give birth on April 20th (Hitlers birthday).
5. Raymond Williams-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang. A tattoo artist from Perris, was arrested at a hospital where his wife was giving birth. According to the County Sheriff’s Office, Williams’ wife and Carrie Goodwin were inducing labor so their children could be born on April 20, the 120th birthday of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. Apparently committed suicide. At the time of his death, Williams was still facing charges “of conspiracy to commit a crime and carrying a loaded firearm”. Was said to be the leader of the gang.
6. Jeremy Brower-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang.
7. Ronald Proffitt-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang.
8. Joshua Butler-Arrested for a variety of offenses including, possession of a loaded fire arm, assault with a deadly weapon, home invasion robbery and membership in a street gang. Pled guilty to conspiracy to commit residential robbery and gang activity. Butler was sentenced to nine years in prison.

Berdoo Skinheads:
1. Anthony Scott Allen-Stabbed an African-American man at a Claremont shopping center while on their way to a neo-Nazi rally in Westwood in December 2006. The jury determined that White and McCool were responsible for actually wielding the knife and stabbing the victim.
2. Christopher White-Stabbed an African-American man at a Claremont shopping center while on their way to a neo-Nazi rally in Westwood in December 2006. The jury determined that White and McCool were responsible for actually wielding the knife and stabbing the victim.
3. Joseph McCool-Stabbed an African-American man at a Claremont shopping center while on their way to a neo-Nazi rally in Westwood in December 2006. The jury determined that White and McCool were responsible for actually wielding the knife and stabbing the victim.
4. Chad Timothy Milson-Pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact in the stabbing death of a young African American male and testified for the prosecution.

Riverside Skins:
1. Darrin Wayne Agbara-Arrested in suspicion of murder in the death of a 41-year-old man. Police have suggested that the accused shot and killed the man in the belief that he was going to inform law enforcement of their criminal activities. The victim, a Riverside resident, was found dead in his car on March 1, in Colton, California. Joseph Edward Salem, was already in custody in Riverside County on suspicion of auto theft, and alleged possession of stolen checks and chemicals used to make methamphetamine.
2. Joseph Edward Salem-Arrested in suspicion of murder in the death of a 41-year-old man. Police have suggested that the accused shot and killed the man in the belief that he was going to inform law enforcement of their criminal activities. The victim, a Riverside resident, was found dead in his car on March 1, in Colton, California. Joseph Edward Salem, was already in custody in Riverside County on suspicion of auto theft, and alleged possession of stolen checks and chemicals used to make methamphetamine.

Comrades of Our Race's Struggle (C.O.O.R.S) Family Skinheads:
1. Derek Shane O'Brien-Charged with attempted murder and gang membership, among other charges. The suspects are accused of beating a 19-year-old Hispanic man in November 2008 at a mobile home park in Hemet in the San Jacinto Valley. The perpetrators allegedly knocked the victim unconscious and then stomped and kicked him in the head. He now resides in a long-term care facility with permanent brain damage.
2. Justin Tyme Hayes-Charged with attempted murder and gang membership, among other charges. The suspects are accused of beating a 19-year-old Hispanic man in November 2008 at a mobile home park in Hemet in the San Jacinto Valley.
3. Darrin Peter Thibault-Charged with attempted murder and gang membership, among other charges. The suspects are accused of beating a 19-year-old Hispanic man in November 2008 at a mobile home park in Hemet in the San Jacinto Valley.
4. Crystal Lee McCann-Was arrested for witness intimidation and gang membership.

Western Hammerskins:
1. Travis Miskam-Sentenced to 20 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs. Miskam received a longer sentence because of a previous felony conviction.
2. Jesse Douglas-Sentenced to 14 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs. Prosecutors say Douglas was the one who slashed Bowen.
3. Jason McCully-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs.
4. Daniel Butler-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs.
5. Gregory McDaniel-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs.
6. Alan Yantis-Sentenced to 10 years in prison for attacking Randy Wordell Bowen, who is black, in a rural area known as Murdock's, east of Temecula. Bowen was first hit from behind while near a bonfire, then slashed across his back with a sharp object that was never found and chased as his attackers yelled racial slurs.

Superior Minded Aryan Skinheads (S.M.A.S.H) Team 88
1. Anthony “Fat Boy” Primavera-Said to be the leader of the Visalia chapter of the gang but the rumor is not confirmed. Has been arrested for various crimes through-out California.
2. Jason Turner-Jason Turner and Tamra Bahr were arrested on June 7, 2006, for a bank robbery in Visalia, California. The two are associated with SMASH. The bank robbery was allegedly an attempt to finance gang activity and to repay incarcerated members. As a result of this arrest, police searched the homes of other SMASH members and discovered C4 explosives, assault rifles, pictures of a bunker, and surveillance photos of local law enforcement agencies and personnel.
3. Tamra Bahr-Jason Turner and Tamra Bahr were arrested on June 7, 2006, for a bank robbery in Visalia, California. The two are associated with SMASH. The bank robbery was allegedly an attempt to finance gang activity and to repay incarcerated members. As a result of this arrest, police searched the homes of other SMASH members and discovered C4 explosives, assault rifles, pictures of a bunker, and surveillance photos of local law enforcement agencies and personnel.

Southern California Skinheads:
1. Loren Bull-A member of the Southern California Skinheads, arrested for allegedly having a stolen handgun, illegal painkillers and steroids.


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Motorcycle Gangs

Hells Angels MC:
1. Alan David Passaro-(August 23, 1948 – March 29, 1985) Was a Hells Angels member known for the December 6, 1969, stabbing of Meredith Hunter to death at the Altamont Free Concert during The Rolling Stones' set, as seen in the 1970 documentary film Gimme Shelter. Charged with murder, Passaro was tried in a court of law in January 1971. Claiming self-defense, he was acquitted of the charge after the jury were shown film footage of Hunter drawing a revolver. In 1980, he was given a two year prison sentence on an unrelated weapons charge and federal racketeering charges, in relation to his activities with the Hells Angels. He was released from prison in 1984, and the following year Passaro was discovered to have drowned in the Anderson Reservoir; police said "the death is kind of suspicious", though foul play was never confirmed.
2. Cesar Villagrana-Charged with discharging a firearm and other offenses stemming from a altercation between the Hells Angels and Vagos at the 2011 Sparks event a long-running motorcycle festival in the Reno area. Jeffrey Pettigrew, president of the San Jose chapter, was shot four times in the back and died in the chaos.
3. James Hannigan-Sentenced to two years in prison for setting of a rumble between the HAMC and Mongols. Two Hells Angels were shot in the melee and and Mongol was stabbed. The fight took place at, Harrah's Casino & Hotel in Laughlin, Nevada.
4. Rodney Cox-Sentenced to two years in prison for setting of a rumble between the HAMC and Mongols. Two Hells Angels were shot in the melee and and Mongol was stabbed. The fight took place at, Harrah's Casino & Hotel in Laughlin, Nevada.
5. John R. Bartolomeo-Serving 35 years in prison for the June 29, 1995 murder of Devils Diciples member William "Cats" Michaels. Bartolomeo was a "prospect" of the Hells Angels, and that he killed the rival gang member to prove that he was worthy to be a full member of the Hells Angels.

Vagos Motorcycle Gang:
1. Pastor Palafox-Arrested in Vagos raid that took place all through southern California. He was released after posting bail. Palafox is the Vagos International president, he is charged with vehicle theft, buying or receiving stolen property and participation in a street gang.
2. Richard Greer-Convicted in 1974 for the murder and mutilation of University of New Mexico student William Velten. The four, Richard Greer, Ronald Keine, Clarence Smith and Thomas Gladish, spent 17 months on death row. Their case was in the appeals process when Kerry Rodney Lee, an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, confessed to the murder.
3. Ronald Keine-Convicted in 1974 for the murder and mutilation of University of New Mexico student William Velten. The four, Richard Greer, Ronald Keine, Clarence Smith and Thomas Gladish, spent 17 months on death row. Their case was in the appeals process when Kerry Rodney Lee, an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, confessed to the murder.
4. Clarence Smith- Convicted in 1974 for the murder and mutilation of University of New Mexico student William Velten. The four, Richard Greer, Ronald Keine, Clarence Smith and Thomas Gladish, spent 17 months on death row. Their case was in the appeals process when Kerry Rodney Lee, an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, confessed to the murder.
5. Thomas Gladish-Convicted in 1974 for the murder and mutilation of University of New Mexico student William Velten. The four, Richard Greer, Ronald Keine, Clarence Smith and Thomas Gladish, spent 17 months on death row. Their case was in the appeals process when Kerry Rodney Lee, an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, confessed to the murder.
6. Keith Allen Silva- The former Berdoo chapter president of the Vagos motorcycle club was sentenced to 75 years to life in state prison in connection with the 2003 killing of a man over the sale of a motorcycle. He had Dennis Daoussis beaten and shot for defaulting on a $3000 loan he had given him to buy the motorcycle the he never received.
7. Scott Rivera-Arrested near Cal State San Bernardino in Vagos Raid. He is charged with stealing cars for the gang.
8. Steve Ruiz-Charged for the murder of Steve Tausan, an "enforcer" for the HAMC Santa Cruz chapter, at the funeral of Jeffrey Pettigrew president of the San Jose chapter HAMC.
9. Scott David Oper-Was convicted of witness intimidation in October 2003.
10. Roy Compton-Convicted in March 2006 of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
11. Lawrence Rees Sorensen-President of the Norco Chapter Vagos MC Gang. Charged with being the ring leader Riveride County Vagos crimes.
12. Brenda Elizabeth Acosta-Is Sorensen's "old lady."The court sentenced Acosta to a total state prison term of nine years, consisting of a three-year term for the possession of methamphetamine for sale, plus a consecutive three-year term for a gang enhancement, a concurrent three-year term for the transportation of methamphetamine, a consecutive eight-month term for the possession of a blank and unfinished check, a consecutive eight-month term for the possession of a completed check, a consecutive eight-month term for the possession of an access card, and a one-year term for the prior prison term conviction enhancement.
13. Michael Lee Starnes-Arrested in Vagos MC Gang raid on Eagles Nest Drive in Corona. At around 7:00 a.m. that same morning, September 14, 2007.
14. Adam Michael Lannon-Arrested in Vagos MC Gang raid on Eagles Nest Drive in Corona. At around 7:00 a.m. that same morning, September 14, 2007.
15. Thomas Henry Gibson-Arrested in Vagos gang raid charged with, possession of marijuana for sale and participation in a criminal street gang. Prosecutors later amended the charges against the local member of the Vagos motorcycle club, to include a 1980 conviction in Idaho in the strangulation of a 19-year-old woman. His bail went from $100,000 to $350,000.
16. Andrew Eloy Lozano-Arrested in Vagos gang raid, charged with possessing body armor and street gang participation. Had another case pending at the time out of Fontana, the charges were fleeing from police and participating in a criminal street gang. Was also arrested in 2004 for negligent discharge of a firearm. The charges of possessing body armor and street gang participation, were later dropped against him.
17. Scott Randall Rivera-The resident of San Bernardino was arrested in a Vagos raid that took place all through southern California.
18. Caesar Joaquin Rodriguez-The resident of Oak Hills was arrested in a Vagos raid that took place all through southern California.
19. David Anthony Beltran-Found guilty of first-degree murder and torture for the death of 34-year-old Dennis Daoussis in April 2003. Prosecutors say Daoussis was beaten at a Fontana home, bound with zip ties and duct tape, then dumped in the Mojave Desert. He was shot in the head. Beltran was sergeant at arms of the Inland Empire Chapter. Daoussis was a Vagos prospect trying to become a full patch member.

Devils Diciples Outlaw MC:
1. Jeff "Fat Dog" Garvin Smith-Was arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine. The Charges against him were later dropped. Is the club's national president. He was later tried for were being "a violent felon in possession of body armor" as well as "using a communications facility (a telephone) in furtherance of drug trafficking.
2. Stephen J. "Skinz" Kinzey-Is a fugitive on the run, charged with distributing methamphetamine. Kinzey is a college professor at Cal State San Bernardino. He is accused of being the leader of the Devils Diciples local chapter.
3. Jeremy Disney-Is charged with being an alleged methamphetamine supplier for the Devils Diciples.
4. Holly Robinson-Defendant was a part of a trafficking ring operated by Cal State professor Steve Kinzey, who authorities say is also president of the San Bernardino Mountains Chapter of the Devils Diciples motorcycle club.
5. Hans Preszler-Defendant was a part of a trafficking ring operated by Cal State professor Steve Kinzey, who authorities say is also president of the San Bernardino Mountains Chapter of the Devils Diciples motorcycle club.

Mongols Nation MC:
1. Ruben "Doc" Cavazos-Former National president of the gang was convicted of racketeering conspiracy charges. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison for his crimes. Doc was voted out from the club in August 2008 for instigating violence and stealing almost $200,000.
2. Alex "Reaper" Lozano-President of the San Bernardino chapter of the Mongols, convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
3. Manuel Armandarez-Convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
4. Rafael Lozano-Convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
5. Ricardo Gutierrez-Convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
6. Andres Rodriguez-Convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
7. Mario Angulo-Convicted for attempted murder and other charges stemming from a shooting between Hells Angels and Mongols members in Norco, California at a toys for tots event.
8. Ruben "Little Rubes" Cavasos-Son of former president Doc Cavasos Named in indictment against the Mongols MC.


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Samoan Gangs

Rancho Cucamonga
Rochester Tongan Crips:
1. Ben G-Arrested after an assault at a Rancho Cucamonga bar.
2. Leki-Arrested after an assault at a Rancho Cucamonga bar.
3. Nasi-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino County.

Ontario
Sons Of Samoa:
1. Eliapo "Junior" Sega-Arrested and charged with the August 6th, 1991 murder of two 18th Street members in Ontario. Defendant was sentenced to two concurrent life terms without possibility of parole (LWOP) for the murders. He received an additional concurrent term of 25 years to life for the conspiracy. The court added a five-year gun use enhancement.

San Bernardino
Krazy Ass Samoan Family:
1. Joseph Asolelei "Tank" Mulu-Convicted of
attempted premeditated murder, two counts of second degree robbery, and
one count of active participation in a criminal street gang, together
with gun use and great bodily injury (GBI) enhancements, plus gang
enhancements.
After a shoot out with police in which one officer was wounded. He received a 90 year sentence in prison. He is one of three brothers that go by the name the Brown Boys. They are known to be the more active members of the gang.
2. Theodore Settle-The cousin of Joseph Mulu, was also arrested with him after the botched robbery.
3. Myles Asuega-
The cousin of Joseph Mulu, was also arrested with him after the botched robbery.


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Los Angeles/San Diego/SGV/SFV/Harbor Area  Based Gangs

Hispanic Gangs

Los Angeles

Varrio Dog Town 13:
1. William Gilbert Salazar-Arrested for killing a father of four after attempting to set up a San Bernardino chapter of the gang.

Westside Wilmas 13:
1. Jose Villafana-Arrested for his involment in the shooting of a Adelanto man. The accused triggerman is a member of the 7th Street gang in San Bernardino.

Varrio Norwalk 13:
1.Victor Moran Angulo-Arrested for the brutal death of Little Counts gang members Angel Cortez in San Bernardino. Cortez's badly burned body was found in a 4 foot hole in a backyard covered with plywood. He had also been stabbed and shot in the back of the head.

Varrio 41st Street 13:
1. Elias Arzate--Arrested for his involment in the shooting of a Adelanto man. The accused triggerman is a member of the 7th Street gang in San Bernardino. He made a statement to police involving the shooter. Arzate was in many fights while incarceratd due to him talking to police about the situation.

Varrio Eastside 13:
1. Anthony "Wicked" Kelly-Charged with robbery, carjacking, first degree murder under, attempted murder, and evading an officer with willful disregard for the safety of persons and property. It was also alleged that defendant either discharged or personally used a firearm. It was further alleged that defendant had one prior strike conviction. Sentenced to 114 years to life in prison.
2. Daniel Hernandez-Arrested along with Anthony Kelly, he was involved with one of the cases that Kelly was convicted and charged with.

South Los Baby Locos 13:
1. Christian Estelman Diaz-Found guilty of murder and three counts of attempted murder, along with firearm and gang allegations in the murder of Michael McCoy in Rialto. 
2. Jesus Samuel Sanchez-The suspected getaway driver, found not guilty on charges stemming from the 2007 murder of Michael McCoy in Rialto.
3. Ricardo Lara-Found guilty of second degree robbery and attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder with a firearm enhancement, and found true that the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Lara as follows: 25 years to life on count 2, plus 15 years to life on the gang allegation, and 12 months (one-third the midterm of 36 months) on count 1, plus three years and four months (one-third the midterm of 10 years) on the gang allegation, plus one year for a prior prison term for shooting a Riverside county teen.
4. Christian Estelman Diaz-Accused of being the triggerman in the shooting of a suspected Southside Rialto Sage Street member.

Barrio 18th Street Trece:
1. Ascencion Gomez-Arrested for the murder of teenager Xavier Castro after moving to Colton and getting into it with a local gang that went by the name Ruthless 12th Street, or RTS. 

Compton Varrio Largo 13:
1. Gilbert Chichi Ruiz-Arrested for the attempted voluntary manslaughter of Rafeal Mercado and Ryan Espinoza. The court sentenced Ruiz to prison for 23 years.

Cuatro Flats Gang 13:
1. Alex William "Drowsy" Baltierra-Convicted of robbery and active participation in a criminal street gang. The jury also found true an allegation that Baltierra personally used a firearm in his commission of the robbery.
2. Richard Hernandez-Found guilty of robbery and recklessly evading a police officer. The jury hung on additional counts and allegations against both Baltierra and Hernandez. The trial court declared a mistrial as to the remaining counts and allegations and then dismissed them pursuant to Penal Code section 1385.
3. Alberto Rivera-Committed murder on July 4th, 2004.
4. Jacob Nauta-Convicted of possession of a firearm he used to commit an assault, and a corresponding gang enhancement was found true.
5. Alex Ray Dixon-Convicted of assault with a deadly weapon for an incident occurring on March 13, 2006, in which he fired on an occupied vehicle. A corresponding gang enhancement was also found true.
6. Cesario Ramirez-Convicted of two counts of premeditated attempted murder and one count of shooting at an occupied vehicle. The jury found true allegations that a principal intentionally discharged a firearm in the attempted murders and that all of the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in the attempted shooting of a rival Mira Loma Dodd Street member. Defendant was sentenced to 34 years in prison.
7. Fernando Ramirez-Convicted of two counts of premeditated attempted murder and one count of shooting at an occupied vehicle. The jury found true allegations that a principal intentionally discharged a firearm in the attempted murders and that all of the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in the attempted shooting of a rival Mira Loma Dodd Street member. Defendant was sentenced to 34 years in prison.
8. Jose Corrales-Convicted of two counts of premeditated attempted murder and one count of shooting at an occupied vehicle. The jury found true allegations that a principal intentionally discharged a firearm in the attempted murders and that all of the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in the attempted shooting of a rival Mira Loma Dodd Street member. Defendant was sentenced to 34 years in prison.

Santa Paula 13:
1. Salvador "Little Rambo" Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of a High Desert man and many other crimes he has committed.

San Gabriel Valley

Southside Pomona 12th Street Sharkies:
1. Richard "Richie" Jaramillo-A old veterano from Pomona who has a deep gang history with orgins of La Eme.
2. Marco Reyes Martinez-Arrested for attempted murder after he and two other P12 Street members shot an alleged Chino Sinners gang member in Chino, Ca. The victim survived his wounds and indentified the three 12th Street members to police.
3. Victor Hernandez-Arrested for attempted murder after he and two other P12 Street members shot an alleged Chino Sinners gang member in Chino, Ca. The victim survived his wounds and indentified the three 12th Street members to police.
4. Ismael Guzman Torres-Arrested for attempted murder after he and two other P12 Street members shot an alleged Chino Sinners gang member in Chino, Ca. The victim survived his wounds and indentified the three 12th Street members to police.
5. Valentino Mitchell "Little Junior aka Yogi" Arenas III-Gunned down CHP Officer Thomas J. Steiner outside the Pomona Courthouse. Arenas, who hoped to join the 12th Street Sharkies, sought to gain the gang's attention and respect by randomly shooting and killing a law enforcement officer.
6. Arno "Slim" Limon-Convicted of first degree murder committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in which a principal intentionally discharged a handgun, causing death, and attempted premeditated murder committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in which a principal intentionally discharged a handgun, causing great bodily injury. In a bifurcated court trial, defendant was found to have suffered prior felony convictions, including one under the Three Strikes law. He was sentenced to determinate and indeterminate terms totaling 117 years to life in state prison. The man he killed was Soroeun Tith, and Original Asian Gang member.
7. Pete Trejo-Arrested for first-degree murder after a shooting that killed Cherryville gang memeber Armando Vidana.
8. Andrew Valenzuela-Arrested for first-degree murder after a shooting that killed a man that Robert Caballero thought was going to snitch on him. 
9. Florencio Reyes-Arrested and charged with the murder of Nelssa Tovar at a Motel 6 in Pomona. The intended victim, a gang member, escaped the attack by fleeing into a bathroom. The shooting was a retaliation for the killing of 12th Street memberC arlos Espinosa.
10. Albert Martinez-Arrested and charged with the murder of Nelssa Tovar at a Motel 6 in Pomona. The intended victim, a gang member, escaped the attack by fleeing into a bathroom. The shooting was a retaliation for the killing of 12th Street memberC arlos Espinosa.
11. Cesar Sierra-Arrested and charged with the murder of Nelssa Tovar at a Motel 6 in Pomona. The intended victim, a gang member, escaped the attack by fleeing into a bathroom. The shooting was a retaliation for the killing of 12th Street memberC arlos Espinosa.
12. Tony Barron-Arrested for the murder of two African American males on the southside of in 2003.
13. Larry Michael "Heckle" Gonzales-Sentenced to over 50 years in for the murder of Westside Pomona gang member Arturo Rodriguez. He was on parole for a 2003 conviction for possessing methamphetamine and was currently in possession of that same illegal substance.
14. Joe Aguilar-Arrested for various offenses in Pomona.
15. Francisco "Cisco" Casillas-Arrested for various offenses in Pomona.
16. Rudy "Bugsy" Partida-Arrested for various offenses in Pomona.
17. Tony "Little Brains" Sanchez-Arrested for various offenses in Pomona.
18. Arthur Garcia-Was a major player in the Pomona police investigation on Pomona 12th Street. Arrest and charged with conspiracy to commit murder. The man he and other gang members were trying to kill was, Eme member Frankie Buelna. Garcia has had a prior strike conviction and another serious felony charge. He was sentenced to over 55 years to life in prison for the conspiracy coviction. He was also arrested in connection with the 1987 murder of a working father in the Cherryville neighborhood.
19. Julio Ponce "Barney" Felix Jr.-Was a major player in the Pomona police investigation on Pomona 12th Street. Arrest and charged with conspiracy to commit murder. The man he and other gang members were trying to kill was, Eme member Frankie Buelna. He was later killed but there was no evidence available to charge any of the suspects. Felix had two prior strike convictions, two serious felony convictions and had served a prior prison term. He was sentenced to 85 years to life in prison for the conspiracy conviction.
20. Ricardo "Bigs" Polanco-Was a major player in the Pomona police investigation on Pomona 12th Street. Arrest and charged with conspiracy to commit murder. The man he and other gang members were trying to kill was, Eme member Frankie Buelna. He was later killed but there was no evidence available to charge any of the suspects. Polanco had one prior strike conviction and had served a prior prison term. He was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for the conspiracy conviction.
21. Edwin Cruz-Arrested and charged with the attempted murder of fellow gang member, Victor T. Victor was no longer in good standing with the gang and was to be killed. The plan did not go as expected and Victor survived. He went to police and told them about the shooting and also about another shooting involving Cruz and another gang member. Cruz was sentenced to 25 years to life foer his involvement in both shootings.
22. Johnny Mejia-Brother of Kevin Mejia, was involved in planning and execution of the shooting of fellow gang member Victor T.
23. Kevin Mejia-Brother of Johnny Mejia, was involved in planning and execution of the shooting of fellow gang member Victor T.
24. Osvaldo Ramos-Arrested and charged with murder along with Edwin Cruz for the brutal murder of a African American drug dealer named Mychael Whittaker, who was not paying taxes while selling drugs in 12th Street hood.
25. Johnny "J-Bird" Castro-Castro was in the custody in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and was also housed at Pelican Bay State Prison, In 1992.
26. Michael "Big Mike" Lerma-Has been arrested for various crimes and has served time in Pelican Bay Stat Prison.
27. Tony Barron-Committed his first murder at the age of 15. Barron was eventually charged with four murders, and was convicted of two hate-crime killings of African American men.
28. David "Speedy aka Negro" Adame-Found guilty in the 1990 killing of a Cherryville member who shot a member of 12th Streets 7 year old son and wounding of another and his infant son. He was not given a life sentence. He was again arrested in Pomona for second degree robbery, kidnapping to commit robbery, dissuading a witness and carjacking. The jury also found true allegations that appellants committed the crimes for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The trial court sentenced Adame to 52 years to life in state prison.  
29. Cruz Magana-Found guilty in the 1990 killing of a Cherryville member who shot a member of 12th Streets 7 year old son and wounding of another and his infant son. Convicted of one count of first degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. Sentenced to state prison to a total term of life plus 11 years.
30. Monica Vasquez-Convicted of second degree robbery, kidnapping to commit robbery, dissuading a witness and carjacking. The jury also found true allegations that appellants committed the crimes for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Vasquez received a sentence of 30 years to life.
31. Patrick Delgado-Convicted of second degree robbery, kidnapping to commit robbery, dissuading a witness and carjacking. The jury also found true allegations that appellants committed the crimes for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Delgado was sentenced to 37 years to life.
32. Edgardo Enrique Martinez-Charged with attempted robbery, robbery, possession of a short-barreled shotgun, carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm, and personally using a firearm during attempted robbery and robbery. The trial court sentenced Martinez to a total of 23 years in state prison.
33. Robert Louis Caballero-Charged with numberous crimes ranging from robbery, to the murder of Cherryville Pomona gang member Armando Vidana.
34. Valentino "Big Junior" Arenas Jr.-Arrested in Fontana on a probation violation, for carrying a false ID. He was on parole for attempted robbery and suspected in a  bank. He is the father of Valentino Arenas III, who killed a Pomona police officer outside a Pomona courthouse.
35. Gonzalo "Sparky" Martinez-Arrested in and around Pomona for various offenses.
36. Jose Paramo-Sentenced to 14 years in Chuckawalla Valley State Prison in Blythe, Ca.
37. Eddie Banales-A former gangmember who later became a pastor in Pomona. He has been arrested for various offenses.
38. Chavo Ruiz-Serving life in Soledad State Prison for murder. He is a Mexican Mafia member.
39.Leonard Ruiz-Chavo's brother, who is also serving time at Soledad State Prison. He is a Mexican Mafia member.
40. Hector Munoz-A shot caller in the 12th Street gang. He has been arrested for various crimes.
41. Arturo "Topo" Garcia-A shot caller in the 12th Street gang. He has been arrested for various crimes including conspiracy to kill Eme member Frankie Buelna for which he was sentenced to prison for 55 years for.
42. Darryl "Dashing D" Castrejon-Is the highest ranking Eme member in the Inland Empire. He was arrested for heading a plot to kill Eme member Frankie Buelna. He is a fugitve of the law, but still controls the Inland Empire drug trade for La Eme.  
43. Frankie "Frankie B" Buelna
44. Jeffrey Scott Bivens-Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred on 12th Street and Garey in Pomona. One victim was grazed in the shooting.
45. Jason Francisco Granado-Sentenced to 93 years in prison for shooting at a Ontario police Corporal during a traffic stop.
46. Arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred on 12th Street and Garey in Pomona. One victim was grazed in the shooting.
*Anthony Aguilar
*William Aguilar
*David Alaniz
*Ambrose Almeida
*Gustavo Aragon
*Michelle Armenta
*Zoila Avila
*Mario Barrera
*Darline Castro
*Jose Diaz
*Daniel Dominguez
*Dino Flores
*Jose Flores
*Lourdes Flores
*Alexander Garcia
*Pete Garcia
*Ruben Garcia
*Dan Gerardo
*Donato Gonzales
*Cheri Hernandez
*Daniel Limon
*Jenny Lopez
*Maria Lopez
*Noe Lucero
*Jaime Manzo
*Michael Maldonado Sr.
*Michael Maldonado Jr.
*Jose Martinez
*Victor Minguela
*Daniel Miranda
*Cynthia Mora
*Alfonso Ortiz
*Derek Ortiz
*Rachel Parada
*Francisco Perez
*Viviano Perez
*Christopher Ponce
*Michael Ponce
*David Pozos
*Jeff Pyle
*Amelia Ramirez
*Olga Ramirez
*Manuel Rios
*Jessie Rocha
*Steven Rodgers
*Donald Ruberio
*David Segura
*Carol Smith
*David Torrez
*Linda Trujillo
*Teddy Trujillo
*Johnny Velasquez
*=Members of P12 Street arrested in multi-agency investigation, which resulted in the seizure of more than six pounds of methamphetamine worth nearly $36,000, 18 pounds of methamphetamine ice worth $162,000, 36 grams of heroin, 14 grams of cocaine, more than $23,000 in U.S. currency, 11 pistols, several rifles and shotguns, and one grenade. In addition, during the arrests beginning on Friday, agents seized nine more pounds of methamphetamine, one-half pound of heroin, 25 firearms, including an AK-47 and approximately $20,000 in U.S. currency. The investigation included the use of wiretaps, informants, extensive surveillance, and undercover agents.

Southside Sur Olive Street Dolphins 13:
1. Marcos "Bandit" Solorio-Sentenced to 50 years to life for the murder of a Pomona man because he felt he disrespected his gang by saying "fuck the Dolphins" during a NFL game. Solorio shot the man in the back of the head with a shotgun, while he was urinating in the Angela-Chanslor neighborhood claimed by Olive Street.
2. David Alejandro "Dopey" Galvez-Arrested and charged in the shooting deaths of two men and wounding of another in Pomona. One of which was a 12th Street Gang member. The other mans affiliation was unknown. Galvez was sentenced to LWOP for the shootings he called a "hunting trip." He claims the shootings were retaliation for the shooting of two Olive Street members, one of which died.
3. Daniel Gomez-Cut a deal with prosecutors for his truthful testimony in the case of David Galvez. Gomez was the accused driver in two killings that Galvez called a hunting trip. He was arrested for a unrelated incident and told police about the shooting after they offered him a 21 year deal for his truthful testimony.
4. Sniper-Arrested for the murder of Happy Town Gangster, Alfredo Barrera Jr. at a 7-11 Convenient store in Happy Town territory.
5. Drowsy-Arrested in Pomona, Ca for various offenses.
6. Serio-Arrested in Pomona, Ca for various offenses.

Southside Pomona Sur Lokotes 13:
1. Alonso Delgado-The jury found Delgado and Rodriguez not guilty of first degree murder, but guilty of second degree murder.  It also found true the special allegation a principal had used and intentionally discharged a firearm and the murder was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Delgado and Rodriguez were each sentenced to an aggregate state prison term of 40 years to life: 15 years to life for second degree murder and an additional consecutive term of 25 years to life.  
2. David Daniel Rodriguez-The jury found Delgado and Rodriguez not guilty of first degree murder, but guilty of second degree murder.  It also found true the special allegation a principal had used and intentionally discharged a firearm and the murder was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Delgado and Rodriguez were each sentenced to an aggregate state prison term of 40 years to life: 15 years to life for second degree murder and an additional consecutive term of 25 years to life.
3. Gerardo Ramirez-Convicted for a robbery committed in April 2002.
4. Alex Ponce-Convicted for a murder committed in the summer of 2000.
5. Richard Picardo-Arrested for running drugs through Las Vegas from California. Also charged with 1st degree murder. He and his brother were very high ranking members of PSL before they both were killed.

Southside Pomona Sur 13:
1. Omar Castaneda-Arrested for smuggling drugs from Mexico into San Diego, where he distributed them from San Diego State University. Castaneda, who has a prior conviction for the sale of narcotics, received his supply of drugs from Mexico and members of the cartel. Most of his Cocaine supply came from Columbia. When agents searched Castaneda's home they found 1 kilogram of cocaine. Police officers seized four pounds of cocaine, 50 pounds of marijuana and 350 ecstasy pills, as well as cash and weapons during Operation Sudden Fall, which was concentrated in and around the SDSU campus.
2. Ramiro Hernandez-Arrested for shooting Edgar Silva in the head in south Pomona on Garey Avenue and Philadelphia Street.
3. Carlos-Arrested  and convicted for possession of drugs with intent to distribute.

Westside Happy Town Klowns 13:Tiny G's
1. Enrique Hernandez-Arrested in 1992 for the murder of Mildred Damper in Pomona. A fellow gang member who implicated Hernandez in the murder was later killed by Happy Town Gangsters for doing so.
2. Ronald Bruce "Boxer" Mendoza-Arrested in 1996 for the murder of police officer Daniel T. Fraembs in Pomona. Fraembs was the first police officer killed in the line of duty in Pomona in it's 108 year history. Mendoza was arrested in Kingman, Arizona and recieved the death penalty for his actions. In November 1995, defendant was released on parole from a California Youth Authority facility.
3. Francisco Javier "Slow" Ramos-Arrested and charged with the attempted murder of Olive Street member, Salvador Vega Defendant was sentenced to life for the attempted murder and a consecutive term of 25 years to life for intentionally discharging a weapon and causing great bodily injury to the victim.  
4. Carlos Omar Meza-Was shot and killed by Ontario police after he and another gang member opened fire on them. Pleaded guilty on Sept. 24, 1998, to a charge of making terrorist threats. A charge of assault with a deadly weapon was dropped, according to court officials. He was sentenced to probation, and given a suspended three year prison term. On Feb. 1, 2001, Meza admitted violating his probation and was sent to state prison. He was paroled on Sept. 13, then rearrested on Oct. 27 for violating his parole. He was released again on Nov. 1.
5. Tony Reyes Martinez-Was shot and killed by Ontario police after he and another gang member opened fire on them. He had an exstensive criminal background.

Westside Cherryville Pomona 13:Los Cherries, Los Dukes, Mas Locotes
1. Edward Perez-Convicted of two counts of attempted premeditated murder and three counts of shooting from a motor vehicle, with further findings, among others, that he personally and intentionally discharged a firearm causing great bodily injury and committed the offenses for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
2. Daniel "G-Rocks" Sausedo-Convicted of first degree murder after he and another member of Cherryville killed a tagger affiliated with Pomona 12th Street.
3. Salvador "Huero" Marquez-Convicted of first degree murder after he and another member of Cherryville killed a tagger affiliated with Pomona 12th Street.
4. Jose Ortiz-The court sentenced Ortiz to state prison for life with possibility of parole for attempted premeditated murder, with a additional 25 year sentence. He and other gang members shot and wounded a Pomona man in 2009.
5. Armando Gonzalez-Gonzalez was sentenced to 32 years in state prison. The court imposed the midterm of seven years for attempted murder, plus 25 years to life for the 2009 murder of a Pomona man.
6. Omar Valencia-A known Cherrville member arrested in and around Pomona for various offenses.  
7. Lil Swifty-A known Cherrville member arrested in and around Pomona for various offenses.
8. Miguel D-Arrested as accomplice along with other Cherryville gang members for the attempted murder of a Pomona man.
9. Pablo Romero-Arrested in connection with the shooting of a tagger affiliated with the Crazy Ass Lunatics, a crew that has ties to Westside Pomona one of Cherryvilles main rivals.

Westside Pomona 13:Los Malditos, Crazy Ass Lunatics
1.  Romulo Monge-Convicted of kidnapping and attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated murder. In addition, the jury found true the allegation that the crimes were committed to benefit a criminal street gang, as well as numerous allegations involving a firearm. Sentenced to 65 years in prison. They thought the woman they kidnapped, Esmeralda Jaramillo was helping rival gang Cherryville plan to set them up.
2. Ruben Castro-Convicted of kidnapping and attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated murder. In addition, the jury found true the allegation that the crimes were committed to benefit a criminal street gang, as well as numerous allegations involving a firearm. Sentenced to 55 years in prison.
3. Gerardo Lara-Convicted of kidnapping and attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated murder. In addition, the jury found true the allegation that the crimes were committed to benefit a criminal street gang, as well as numerous allegations involving a firearm. Sentenced to 55 years in prison. Lara is a member of CAL a crew used by WSP for new recruits.
4. Eduardo Rojas-The brother of WSP member Eduardo Rojas who was gunned down by P12 Street members. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Eastside County Line Marijaunos 13:
1. Victor Marez-Took a plea deal of 30 years in prison for the killing of two fellow gang members after one unknowingly burglarized the house of a Eme Mafia shot-caller from 12th Street. In turn the Eme boss issued a hit on all County Line Mafia members. Marez killed Henry Valle instead of facing retribution. He killed Narisco Perez, who was not involved in the burglary simply because he was there to witness the killing.

Northside Pomona 13:
1. Robert "Vampiro" Lopez-Is a validated Eme member who has served time in prison for various crimes.
2. Unnamed minor-Charged in the shooting a four church members at Harrison park who were there with a group of about 100 people watching a movie about stopping gang violence. The suspect reportedly fired into the crown of church patrons hitting the four victims, all of who recovered from their injuries.
3. Alfredo Prieto-A convicted serial killer from Pomona who was sentenced to death in Virginia for murdering two people there in 1988. He has been convicted of three murders and is believed to have committed six more. The nine killings were committed between 1988 and 1990. Five of Prieto's suspected killings were carried out in the Ontario area, with the other four occurring in Virginia.

Southside Pomona Hazzard 13:
1. Johnnie Luna-Convicted of assault with a machine gun in Pomona, Ca.

El Monte Flores 13:
1. Alfred "Wizard" Flores III- a jury convicted Flores of killing Rialto teens Ricardo Torres, 15; Jason Van Kleef, 18; and Alexander Ayala, 17. The jurors also voted for the death penalty, and, relatives of the slain teens asked for the same, which was granted. The triple murder came in March 2001 as Flores was trying to expand his gang's territory into the Inland Empire; when the three teenagers rejected his offer, they were shot to death.

San Gabriel Sangra 13:
1. Richard Arreola-Arrested for the attempted voluntary manslaughter of Rafeal Mercado and Ryan Espinoza. 

San Fernando Valley:
1. Erik "Stomps" Ibarra-On October 7, 2011, Defendant Ibarra was sentenced to state prison for an indeterminate term of 75 years to life, plus a consecutive term of 106 years 8 months. 
2. Gabriel Adam "Lucky aka Lil Vago" Sanchez- Defendant Sanchez was sentenced to state prison for an indeterminate term of 50 years to life plus an additional consecutive term of one year. 

San Diego

Varrio Chula Vista 13:
1. Carlos Silva Bernal, 28, was sentenced to 21 years in Fontana Superior Court. A jury found Bernal guilty of the lesser offense of voluntary manslaughter on Sept. 15 for killing Stephanie Ann Lenczyk on Jan. 31, 2007, according to court records. Prosecutors had initially charged Bernal with murder. The defendant received credit for 1,559 days - or more than four years - of time already served, court records indicate.

Black Gangs

Los Angeles

52 Hoover Crips:
1. Jerry McDowell-Charged with robbery and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury with associated true findings on enhancement allegations of personal infliction of great bodily injury, offenses committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang.
2. Anthony Ellsworth Logan-Covicted of second degree robbery committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 13 years in prison. 

94 Hoover Criminals:
1. Wesley Ira Young-Found guilty of first degree murder, willful, deliberate and premeditated attempted murder, and shooting at an inhabited dwelling. On the murder count, each jury returned a true finding on the special circumstance allegation of intentional murder by an active participant in a criminal street gang. On both the murder and attempted murder counts, each jury also returned a true finding of discharge of a firearm by a principal causing death. Finally, as to all three counts, each jury found defendants committed the offense for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The trial court sentenced each defendant to a prison term of life without parole on count 1, life with parole on count 2, plus a consecutive term of 65 years to life on count 3 and the firearm discharge enhancements attached to counts 1 and 2.
2. Mario Jireh Gray-Found guilty of first degree murder, willful, deliberate and premeditated attempted murder, and shooting at an inhabited dwelling. On the murder count, each jury returned a true finding on the special circumstance allegation of intentional murder by an active participant in a criminal street gang. On both the murder and attempted murder counts, each jury also returned a true finding of discharge of a firearm by a principal causing death. Finally, as to all three counts, each jury found defendants committed the offense for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The trial court sentenced each defendant to a prison term of life without parole on count 1, life with parole on count 2, plus a consecutive term of 65 years to life on count 3 and the firearm discharge enhancements attached to counts 1 and 2.
3. Lewis Gray-Chraged in the murder of 13 year old Daveon Lee in Corona after he and other gang members crashed a Corona party.
 
107th Street Hoover Crips:
1. Donald Ray "Baby Blacc Jap" Shorts-Charged with homicide, attempted homicide, robbery, carjacking, and kidnapping or ransom.
2. Michael Lamar "Lil 9" Rose-Charged with homicide, attempted homicide, robbery, carjacking, and kidnapping or ransom.
3. Jamar Lavon "Baby Hoover Ray" Tucker-Charged with possession of stolen property taken during a carjacking and robbery. Also charged with the murder of a member of his gang and cellmate while incarcerated. 
4. Roshadd Bernard Johnson-Convicted of robbery and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury with associated true findings on enhancement allegations of personal infliction of great bodily injury, offenses committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The trial court sentenced defendant to the aggravated term of five years for the robbery, a consecutive three-year enhancement for the great bodily injury, and a consecutive one-year enhancement for the prison term prior.
5. Jerome "Squeak" Pascal-Arrested for a warrant by San Bernardino police in 2007. Was Then sent to Los Angeles to face charges of murder after it was deemed he was responsible for the murder of a member of the rival Playboy Gangsters.

Neighborhood Rollin 40's Crips:(Los Angeles & San Diego)
1. Britin Amiel Riley-Sentenced to prison time after being charged with murder and 5 counts of attempted murder after he shot into two cars he believed contained members of a rival gang the Fruit Town Brims. 15 year old Mylela Ransom was shot in the head and killed instantly.

Main Street Mafia Crips:
1. Jonathon "Tiny Mafia" Japheth Norton-Sentenced to over 150 years in prison for a robbery that killed a man in Moreno Valley that he committed with a member of Compton Farm Dog Crip. 


99 Mafia Crips:
1. Damon Cedric Bennett engaged in a gun battle with Jamal Moreno, a IE Projectz member in broad daylight in a neighborhood packed with children and adults. Moreno, while driving his car through the neighborhood, approached defendant, who was on foot. Defendant started shooting at Morenos car. Moreno shot back at defendant. During the gun battle, a nine-year-old girl was shot in the leg with a stray bullet.

Eastside Santana Blocc Crips:
1. Raymond Fradiue-The four are charged with killing 58-year-old Inho Lee, of Victorville, robbery and participation in a criminal street gang. Lee was killed when the four robbed his jewelry store inside of a Victorville swap meet.
2. Larry Fradiue-The four are charged with killing 58-year-old Inho Lee, of Victorville, robbery and participation in a criminal street gang. Lee was killed when the four robbed his jewelry store inside of a Victorville swap meet.
3. Deonta Walker-The four are charged with killing 58-year-old Inho Lee, of Victorville, robbery and participation in a criminal street gang. Lee was killed when the four robbed his jewelry store inside of a Victorville swap meet. 
4. Randy Rollins-The four are charged with killing 58-year-old Inho Lee, of Victorville, robbery and participation in a criminal street gang. Lee was killed when the four robbed his jewelry store inside of a Victorville swap meet.

Farm Dog Compton Crips:
Larry Kinkade "Little Larry aka Killer" Carter-Sentenced to over 50 years in prison for a robbery turned murder that he committed with a member of the Main Street Mafia Crips.

Four Trey Gangster Crips: (Mo Val)
1. Anthony "Cyc" Patterson-Was sentenced to 120 months in federal prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm and selling crack cocaine.

Black P Stones:
1. Benny Ross Harris Jr.-Arrested after he and members of his gang and a member of the Rolling 20 Bloods robbed a Barstow bank for over $150,000. He is a shot-caller within the Black P Stones gang.
2. James Alexander Rials-Arrested after he and members of BPS and a member of the Rolling 20 Bloods robbed a Barstow bank for over $150,000.
3. Jamaal Edwards Waiters- Arrested after he and members of BPS and a member of the Rolling 20 Bloods robbed a Barstow bank for over $150,000.
4. Lasalle Ernest Kimbrough-Arrested after he and members of BPS and a member of the Rolling 20 Bloods robbed a Barstow bank for over $150,000.

Rollin 20 Bloods:
1. Anthony Chambers-Arrested after he and members of the Black P Stones gang robbed a Barstow bank for over $150,000.  
2. Lavell Steven Lacy- Lacy was booked for an attempted murder that took place on Dec. 7 in Apple Valley. Lacy was also booked for participation in a criminal street gang as well as being a felon in possession of a firearm. A search of court documents shows that Lacy has been arrested numerous times in the past including an arrest in 2010 in Hesperia where he was caught with a sawed-off shotgun only a few months after being released from prison. Lacy has been convicted of grand theft, negligent discharge of a firearm, possession of a dangerous weapon and various vehicle code violations. He was arrested in 2002 for willful cruelty to a child, but that charge was dismissed. He was again arrested for the same offense in 2005 and that case was again dismissed, records indicate.

San Gabriel Valley

Southside Pomona Village Crips:
1. Duane "Waniac" Barnett-Sentenced to 40 years in prison for the attempted murder of a tagging crew memeber in Pomona.
2. Darryl Scott Spencer-Adelanto authorities arrested Spencer for being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of marijuana for sale and participation in a criminal street gang. He was booked into Victor Valley Jail.  
3. Carlton "C. Capone"-Has an exstensive record, he has been jailed numerous times. Is a very high ranking member in the gang, who is said to have become an O.G before the age of 24.
4. Andre Brown-Sentenced to over 3 life terms in prison for the 1994 attempted murder of Jose Hernandez in Pomona. He was subject to the three strikes law.
5. Walter Jefferson-Sentenced to over 3 life terms in prison for the 1994 attempted murder of Jose Hernandez in Pomona. He was subject to the three strikes law.
6. Damian Sharply-Arrested and charged in the 1994 attepmted murder of Jose Hernandez in Pomona.
7. S Loc-Arreted for various offenses in and around Pomona.

Westside Pomona Mafia Crips:
1. Dwight "Dog" Herrera-Arrested for trafficking of Cocaine in Colorado.
2. Walter James "Big Smoke" Jenkins-Arrested for numerous crimes including drug trafficking and felony possession of a firearm. He was a major supplier of crack cocaine from California to Colorado. The defendant had thirty-four prior arrests in California, including numerous felony arrests for firearm violations, although he had only been convicted of misdemeanors.
3. Tyrell Avion Lee-Sentenced to 30 years in prison for the attempted murder of Pomona N.A.P leader, Tommy Belin during a altercation in Pomona. Lee was a former member of Pomona N.A.P gang.  
4. Donnell Hall-Sentenced to 30 years in prison for the attempted murder of Pomona N.A.P leader, Tommy Belin during a altercation in Pomona. Lee was a former member of Pomona N.A.P gang.

Westside 357 Sin Town Gangster Crips:
1. Brian " Busy B" Sawyers-Arrested as accomplice for accompanying Macklins when he attempted to kill a man living in 357's hood for working with police. The jury found Sawyer guilty of the three remaining charges of two counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and of one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. The jury found true the related gang and gun allegations and enhancements on these counts. He was sentenced to a upper term of 19 years in prison.
2. Richard "Little Rich Mack" Macklins-Arrested and convicted of attempted murder of a friend who was working with police officials.
3. Julius Earl Edwards-Convicted of burglary and actively participating in a criminal street gang. And sentenced to 25 years to life.
4. Jerome Julian-Convicted of burglary and actively participating in a criminal street gang. And sentenced to 12 years in prison.  
5. Keith Eugene Barton-Charged with attempted willful, deliberate, premeditated murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of  assault. A jury convicted Barton of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder but were unable to make a finding on the willful, deliberate, and premeditated allegations. Barton was acquitted of both assaults. All firearm allegations were found true.
6. Bobby Maurice Tillman-Charged with attempted willful, deliberate, premeditated murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of  assault. A jury convicted Tillman of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder but were unable to make a finding on the willful, deliberate, and premeditated allegations. Tillman and Warren were also convicted of one assault against a Officer. Tillman was convicted of a second assault against a Officer but Warren was acquitted.
7. Gregory Dion Jackson-Charged with attempted willful, deliberate, premeditated murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of  assault. With Jackson the jury was unable to reach a verdict. He was the only member who did not fire a gun at the officer.  
8. Warren-Charged with attempted willful, deliberate, premeditated murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of  assault. A jury convicted Warren of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder but were unable to make a finding on the willful, deliberate, and premeditated allegations. Tillman and Warren were also convicted of one assault against a Officer. Tillman was convicted of a second assault against a Officer but Warren was acquitted. As to Warren it was also alleged he had suffered prior felony convictions and at the time of the offenses was on bail. These allegations were bifurcated and admitted.
9. Nicolas Hempstead-Charged with the August 31, 2013 murder of Deon Davis which took place in the 1200 block of Cromwell Street in Pomona.
10. David Adams-Charged with the August 31, 2013 murder of Deon Davis which took place in the 1200 block of Cromwell Street in Pomona.

Westside Pomona Niggaz Alwayz Pimpin Crips:
1. Tommy Belin-The self proclaimed leader of Pomona N.A.P, he has been arrested for and has a history of "violent crimes." He had been arrested for felony gun possession and was shot by members of Westside Pomona Mafia during an altercation in Pomona.

Northside Ghost Town Crips:
1. Aaron Thomas-A Northside Pomona Ghost Town Crip member who has been arrested and convicted of crimes in Pomona
2. Gregory Smith-A Northside Pomona Ghost Town Crip member who has been arrested and convicted of crimes in Pomona
3. Darryl "Psycho Van Johnson" Thomas-A Northside Pomona Ghost Town Crip member who has been arrested and convicted of crimes in Pomona
4. Donald Leon "Tiny Eightball" Frison-Convicted of four counts of residential, home invasion robberies and one count of carjacking. It was further found true that the robberies were in concert with two or more other people, for the benefit of a street gang with the personal use of a firearm. Defendant was sentenced to state prison for a term of 80 years to life.
5. Jarrod "J.T" Thomas Sr. -Arrested for drug possession with intent to distribute and a parole violation. Sentenced to 2 years in prison. Arrested for other minor offenses. Is the brother of Bobby Thomas Ivory Thomas.
6. Bobby Thomas Sr.-Has served numerous jail and prison sentences. Is the brother of Jarrod Thomas Ivory Thomas.
7. Ivory Thomas Sr.-Has served numerous jail and prison sentences. Is the brother of Jarrod Thomas and Bobby Thomas.
8. Big DreLine-Has served numerous jail and prison sentences. Is the big brother of Baby DreLine.
9. Elton "Baby DreLine"- Has served numerous jail and prison sentences. Is the little brother of Big DreLine.

Northside Islands 456 Piru:A Block, Claremont Villas, Barjuds, La Verne Bottoms
1. Alvin Williamson Jr.-Sentenced to over 50 years in prison for the murder of 357 gang member Shanar Goulsby after a altercation.
2. Yousef Pierce-A known drug dealer and 456 gang member. Has been arrested in Pomona for various offenses.
3. Devon Hayes-A known drug dealer and 456 gang member. Has been arrested in Pomona for various offenses.
4. Joe Anthony Jordan-Has been arrested in Pomona and was placed on parole and a condition of his parole was not to associate with other gang members. He was arrested for violating his parole and later charged with possession of methamphetamine when nine baggies of meth were found in the backseat of the police car he was being held in.
5. Alexander Post-Convicted of a crime committed in Pomona, Ca. on August 1, 2005.
6. Shermaine Omar Thompson-Convicted of a crime committed in Pomona, Ca. on August 29, 2006.
7. Christopher Garrett-Convicted of one count of first degree murder, two counts of premeditated attempted murder. He intentionally used and discharged a firearm causing great bodily injury or death in the commission of the murder and one of the attempted murders and personally and intentionally used and discharged a firearm in the commission of the second attempted murder. It was found he committed the murders for the benefit of 456. He was said to have killed a member of the neccland Crips and injured two more. He was sentenced to 50 years to life for the murder conviction plus 40 years to life on the count two attempted murder conviction and 21 years, eight months to life on the count three attempted murder conviction.
8. Denzel Isaiah Omar-Sentenced to nine years in state prison on June 29 by Commissioner Wade Olson after he pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter in Pomona Superior Court. He and four others, shot two crip gang members at a park in Pomona. He was the accused shooter.
9. Devin Adel Omar-Sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the shooting of two Pomona Crips.
10. Dayveon Thomas-Sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the shooting of two Pomona Crips.
11. Johnny Moore-Sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the shooting of two Pomona Crips.
12. Davonte Jenkins-Sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the shooting of two Pomona Crips.
13. Samuel Boyd-Pled no contest to voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to three years in state prison, for his role in the shooting of two Pomona Crips.
14. Jabari Tate-Charged with murder which was reduced to a charge of 32 pc for his truthful testimony in a case.
15. Rodney "Rujo" Barnes-Is of Indian decent, is also a O.G member of 456 and the Bloodline prison gang. He has been incarcerated over 20 years of his life.

San Fernando Valley

Duroc Crips:
1. Joseph Richard Young-Covicted of second degree robbery committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 22 years in prison.
2. Marquis Turner-A person of intrest in 4 shootings. Was arrested after a confrontation at a Apple Valley park where he and others shot at a group of rivals.

Pasadena Denver Lanes Bloods:
1. Dana Derrell Carter-Confessed to marijauna possession when he took a plea deal and in return had gang and gun charges dropped against him. He was sentenced to probation and 180 days in jail.
2. LaTasha Diane WIlliams. Sentenced to 61 years and 8 months in prison for the attempted murder of three OVS members in Riverside. Her and two other members of a party crew the three were apart of called the Outlaws shot at the individuals after they were in a confrontation at a park in OVS territory.


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Post  American Zombie on Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:57 am

damn. Good work. That's a lot to go over and seen a few names and didn't realize what had happened with some of these people.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13-
-Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.

I remember seeing FATBOY ESV MBR DKS hit up all over the place. That was the main person doing all the writing in their hood back in like 06. Had no idea he did some shit like that and got 31 years. I remember seeing "free fatboy" around MB area but that's about it.
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Post  Guest on Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:53 am

He was arrested in the lugo's on Lugo/9th street. During that time all the hispanics were acting wierd so you knew something was up. They went from drinking and bbq'ing with the brothers to staying on one side of the complex and us to ours. I think the muder/attempted murder was over a stolen bike if i remember correctly. Talking about "fatboy"

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Post  ACE2 on Sun Feb 19, 2012 2:47 am

Hustle squad be clamin that Clicc shit still...

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Post  dstrm300 on Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:56 pm

Yea they do, but to me and most people in Rialto they are considered a gang. I think they still claim 2 be a clicc becuz of there membership, they don't care if your in a gang already and want to be from there. They will still put u on just like Dogg Pound, Squad G'z, Huff blk ect. Which all, besides Huff blocc are considered by the public and other gangs as gangs. I mean I dont hold it against them, I guess when times is hard and u really need membership which is hard to come by in lil towns like Rialto and certain parts of SB, this is not a bad idea. I just feel there would have to be guidelines in place. I mean I wouldn't want a nigga in my hood from a hood that i've beefed wit in the past becuz there cant be a lot of trust in that situation. But, to each his own. They beef with basically everybody in Rialto too. My hood had funk wit them which isn't as bad as most of the others. 4blocc, No Cutz, RBH, CBH, not too sure how there relationship with the NL's is and WSR also. Im pretty sure they have other problems within the city too but those are the ones I kno of. I'm pretty sure they have beef with the Blocc Boyz too which was a clique when I was in Rialto but from what I have heard is on it's way to being a real hood.
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Post  dstrm300 on Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:57 pm

Hey guys if yall see anything on here that doesn't add up please let me kno. It's a lot of info so some may be off a lil bit and if so I wanna correct it asap and not jus let it sit on here for everybody to see. I already caught a couple of pretty stupid mistakes so let me kno if yal see sumthin that needs to be revised.
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Post  MAFIA GANG IE bangin on Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:22 am

Naw Hustle Squad dropped the klick part of their name.. They Bang Hustle Squad Gang now... Alot of hustle squad original members are from different hoods but a lot of they're younger members grow up in Rialto all they life So its safe to HSG is turnin into a more Rialto home based gang with so many member not being from any other hood beside Hustle Squad..

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Post  dstrm300 on Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:50 am

Thanks 4 clearin that up bro
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Cham wrote:Hispanic Gangs

San Bernardino County

Westside Raiders:
1. Freddy “Leo” Luque-Luque, who promoted fighting with fists, learned the perils of guns first hand. His left eye was destroyed when someone hit him with the trigger guard on a gun. And a shotgun blast that Luque fired as a warning ricocheted and struck a man in the head, paralyzing him. Luque served 18 months in a California Youth Authority jail. Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
2. Rudy Lopez-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
3. Manuel “Mad Dog” Delgado-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.

Westside Bullies:
1. Rudy Sena-Charged with killing Robert “Webet” Garcia a member of the Raiders gang of San Bernardino, in a fight at the Johnson hall in the mid 1950's. Sena stomed on Garcia's chest which bruised his heart and ultimately killed him. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense. Sena's family moved out of San Bernardino never to return after the event.
2. Joe Espitia-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
3. Ramon Soto-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
4. Cruz Galvan-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.

Westside Mount Vernon Monarchs:
1. Joe Avila-Was a member of the Mt. Vernon Monarchs gang before they left for Rialto. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo SUR Crazy Ones 13:
1. Isaac Aguirre-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
2. Vincente Meza-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
3. Jesse "Jess Dog aka Worm" Chavez-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
4. Gary "Trusty" Roque-Arrested Charged with a triple shooting in SB that killed three.
5. Ernesto Aguirre-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the broad daylight murder of ESC member Daniel Martinez in a Wal Greens parking lot on Mt. Vernon and Baseline in SB.
6. Dominick Carabajal-Arrested for various minor offenses.
7. Chango Moreno-Has been arrested for various offenses.
8. Victor Moran Angulo-Arrested in connection with a body that was found May 22, 2012 in a hole in the backyard of a residence in San Bernardino. The victims name was Angel Cortez, of San Bernardino, whose shot and burned body was found in a hole in the backyard of a home in the 200 block of East 11th Street.

Westside Verdugo Mt. Vernon Rifa 13:
1. Phillip "Chano" Chavez-High Ranking Eme member who had been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino. He and his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez were shot to death by Ernie "Leche" Carillo in retaliation for Chano's ordering the death of his nephew Michael Carillo.
2. Cisco James Hartsch-Convicted of three counts of first degree murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. As to all counts, the jury found that he personally used a firearm. It returned a verdict of death, based on the special circumstance of multiple murder. In May 1993, a developmentally disabled man was robbed and shot to death in a school parking lot. Defendant told a cellmate he had committed the killing. In September 1993, defendant was part of a group that accosted a homeless couple. They beat and stabbed the man and stole his jacket, sweatshirt, and shirt. Hartsch resisted arrest and was subdued with pepper spray. In October 1994, while in a juvenile rehabilitation program, defendant forced a tentmate to orally copulate him. When confronted, defendant admitted the victim's allegations. In 1995, shortly before the murders in this case, defendant struck his former girlfriend Armanda Ramirez on two occasions.
3. Carlos Lopez-Sentence to spend a undetermined amount of time in prison. Lopez was one of two men who shot and killed Bobby "Big Tae" Brookins, a PDL gang member as he waited on the bus at a SB bus stop for no reason at all. Brookins cousin Byron was also shot but survived.
4. Manuel Luis Cruz-Sentenced to over 55 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
5. Alberto Arroyo-Sentenced to over 65 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
6. Benjamin Frank Chagolla-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
7. Steven Agudo-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
8. Leonard Lara-Sentenced to 25 years to life plus a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The trial court also imposed a 10-year gang enhancement. Lara shot a man in the head with a shotgun on San Bernardino's westside.
9. Danny Maynard-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
10. Esgardo Ramirez-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
11. Carlos Soto Jr.-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca. Soto was the cousin of Rojas.
12. Salvador Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Jimmy Urbina after a altercation about defendant and a friend putting gas in the victims car after using it.
13. Jose Ramirez-While driving in a car with documented gang members from Northside Redlands and Southside Rialto Ramirez was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun reported stolen in San Bernardino. Ramirez, a convicted felon, was arrested.
14. Jonathan Valencia-For the murder of Jose Vargas over a disagreement about a car, a jury convicted defendant, Jonathan Valencia, of first degree murder, during which he intentionally discharged a firearm, causing death. He was sentenced to prison for two consecutive terms of 25 years to life.
15. Richard Segura-Arrested for burglary and numerous other charges.
16. Jason Matthew Navarro-Charged with burglary and numerous other crimes.
17. Angel Robert Salazar-Salazar was charged with two counts of murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, with various enhancement allegations including that the offenses were committed to benefit a gang. Salazar's two strike offenses occurred on September 18, 1995, when he was 16 years old. Salazar was charged as an adult, and he pled guilty to attempted robbery, and to kidnapping with an enhancement for personal use of a firearm. The offenses to which he pled guilty were against a single victim. He was sentenced to eight years eight months in prison, consisting of five years for the kidnapping, three years for the firearm use, and eight months for the attempted robbery. He entered prison in 1997. At sentencing, Salazar requested that the trial court dismiss at least one of his strike priors so he could avoid a life sentence. The court declined his request and sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison.
18. Antonio Garcia-Johnny Alvarez (CSL) and Garcia were jointly tried for one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a firearm. The jury could not reach a verdict on the attempted murder charges, and the court declared a mistrial. The jury convicted on the remaining charges. The People dismissed the attempted murder charges.

Westside Verdugo 7th Street Calle Siete Locos 13:
1. Luis "Maldito" Mendoza-A founding member of the 7th street Locos Mendoza was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the Dead Presidents case. A case which involved his childhood friend whom was killed by Mendoza and three others due to orders sent down from La Eme.
2. Lorenzo Inez Arias-A high ranking 7th street member also sentenced to the death penalty for his part in the Dead Presidents case.
3. Froylan Chiprez-Arrested in Tijuana by Mexican law enforcement officials who were working with the FBI’s Inland Regional Apprehension Team for his role in a quadruple homicide in San Bernardino.
4. John Adrian Ramriez-Sentenced to 12 years in prison in exchange for his testimony in Dead Presidents case.
5. Stacy Cheyenne Nunez-Barajas-Sentenced to one year of electronic monitoring and five years probation for her role in a 2006 murder-for-hire plot. She originally faced 27 years for the charge.
6. Erik Barajas-Received six months for his role in a highly publicized case linking him and his sister to the Mexican Mafia and the methamphetamine trade in the Inland Empire.
7. Deborah 'Cookie' Cortez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
8. Lisa 'Flaco' Rochas-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
9. Peter 'Wino' Amaya-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang. Amaya is accused of organizing the plot. The Amaya's have controlled gang activity on the Westside of San Bernardino since the incarceration of the Hernandez brothers.
10. Sean Milo "Scrappy" Rodriquez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
11. Lawrence 'Pelon' Cabrera-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
12. Nicole Rene Majarrez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
13. Albert Angel "Spanky" Amaya-Reputed tax collector for Emero Salvador Hernandez is sentenced to serve a mandatory 25 years to life sentence under the three stikes law.
14. Janette V. Amaya-Received a six year prison term after pleading no contest to a charge of transporting heroin for sale. Amaya was convicted of the special circumstance of being a gang member and was alledged to have "recruited females to run guns and drugs and do other business for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Daniel Uruiza-Offered a plea deal of 16 years to life for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
16. Guillermo Garcia-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
17. Raymond Sullivan-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
18. Oswaldo Amezcua Ramirez-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
19. Jesse Lopez-Shot Carlos Bermudez Ortuno shortly after a verbal confrontation over the fact Ortuno had showed disrespect for defendant and his gang, 7th Street. Sentenced to an aggregate term of 42 years to life in state prison.
20. Salina Carabajal-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements arising out of the shooting, if she testified truthfully, she was to be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in prison but recieved 4 years probation for the deadly SB shooting in which she was a getaway driver.
21. Johnnie "Krazie aka Johnnie Boy" Chagolla-Sentenced to 90 years in prison for robbery and murder of a local SB drug dealer.
22. Michael Anthony Rey-Charged with attempted murder of a police officer in SB. Rey was a minor at the time of the incident.
23. Jose Ralph "Jinxy" Marquez-Arrested and charged with assault with a firearm for shooting Jennifer Herrera in the leg. The trial court sentenced Marquez to a total term of 45 years to life in prison.
24. Michael "Chango" Monson Jr.-Charged with the shooting death of his mothers ex-boyfriend in San Bernardino. Monson claims he shot Jose Luis Moya in self defense.
25. Luis Martinez Gonzales-Sentenced to for years for killing 34-year-old Deena Serrano, after her daughter and a girl living in the Gonzales home were involved in a fight. Serrano a Colton resident, came to the house with members of a local gang and began to break windows. Gonzales fearing for he and his families safety shot and fatally hit the woman. He was sentenced to 4 years for man slaughter since it was a self-defense issue.
26. Miguel Angel Duke-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
27. Robert Cirilo Rodriguez-Charged with storing ammunition for the Westside street gang that authorities say was planning to kill a “dropout” member. Rodriguez a documented member of the gang is also the father of two documented members arrested for thier parts in the plot.
28. George "Little Hoodlum" Jimenez-Arrested and charged with grand theft, vandalism and misdemeanor battery at the age of 16 in 1994. He recieved a short juvenile hall sentence and probation.
29. Erlindo Honesto-Arrested for selling guns to a undercover police officer posing as a gang member. Is the stepfather of two 7th Street members, Jose and Jesse Lopez.
30. Melicio Reyes-Sentenced to 130 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
31. Daniel "Psycho" Mendivil-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
32. Angelica Romero-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
33. Albert "Laughing Boy" Gutierrez-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
34. Dellaery Limon-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days .Limon also faces an assault with deadly weapon charge for attacking one of the victims with a knife.
35. Jose Noya-Arrested and charged with murder.
36. Daniel Olguin-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
37. Yolanda Marie Trivizo-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
38. Steven Gregory Martin-accepted a plea agreement in 2005 and pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for his part in the torture and murder of 38 year old Sean Bret Rounsville.
39. James Fuentes-Sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
40. Daniel Diaz Robles-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
41. Malo Fernandez-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
42. Benny Ramirez-Arrested in connection with a burglary of that was committed at the house of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas before he was slain.
43. Joseph Robledo-Arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a undercover Fontana police officer. Five Fontana plainclothes police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation that led them to San Bernardino's North K Street. They were sitting in their cars doing surveillance when a man approached one officer and brandished a handgun, police said. When the officer identified himself, the gunman, alleged to be Joseph Robledo, 26, started running. The officer started chasing him, at which time another gunman, alleged to be 22-year-old Ralph Larios, walked up and started shooting at the officer, hitting him in the leg. Another undercover officer, an eight-year veteran of the Fontana Police Department, came to the aid of the wounded officer. He shot and killed Larios, Hostetter said. Police canvassed the area and later found and arrested Robledo, but no gun was found.
44. Ralph Larios-Larios shot at Fontana detectives during a police stakeout striking one in the leg. He was killed by a eight year veteran of the Fontana police department.
45. Margarito "Cisco" Cortez Jr.-Arrested for crimes committed in 2003. He was shot and killed not too far from where he lived on Olive street in San Bernardino. He was on probation for a recent misdemeanor conviction of carrying a dagger at the time of his death.
46. Jose Navarro-A West Side Verdugo gang member, was convicted of murdering a young man who asked for a cigarette in October 2003.
47. Richard Aurelio "Lil Chorizo" Chagolla-Arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Melecio Alcantar who he shot in the head over a drug transaction. He also has a few burglaries and an evading police officers arrest on his record. He was killed in San Bernardino during a police chase in 2009.
48. Arturo Ortiz-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
49. Geahetta Amaya-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
50. Erlindo Honesto Jr.-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
51. Blacky-Has served time in a California state prison.
52. Johnny Alvarez-Defendant along with Antonio Garcia (MVR) was convicted of three counts of assault with a firearm for shooting three bystanders during a gang-related dispute. The jury found on each count that defendant was armed with and personally used a handgun, inflicted great bodily injury, and committed the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to 33 years 4 months.
53. Johnny Ibarra-Has spent a lot of time in juvenile hall and jail. Was once accused of attempted murder but was later released.
54. Ronald Jaramillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.

Westside Verdugo Little Counts Gang 13:
1. Robert "Sportie" Beltran-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also arrested on charges of possessing narcotics for sale.
2. Robert Larios-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also wanted for domestic violence and kidnapping stemming from an incident he was involved in.
3. Daniel" Danny Boy" Martinez-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements. He was to be sentenced to 25 years in prison but instead recieved a shortened 15 year sentence. The plea bargain was conditional on his truthful testimony. Martinez was a accomplice in a deadly SB shooting that left one dead.
4. Ruben Ray Jurado-Charged with attempted murder and multiple sentencing enhancements for using a firearm in the shooting that critically wounded Christoper Sullivan, an Afghanistan war veteran. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year while serving with the military in Afghanistan. He suffered a cracked collarbone and brain damage. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in March 2012.
5. Ernie "Leche" Carillo-High ranking Eme member, charged in the deaths of Phillip "Chano" Chavez of MVR his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez. The murder was retaliation for the murder of Carillo's nephew who was killed after he failed to make good on a promise he made while in jail. Ernie was killed a month later in retaliation for the murder.
6. Michael Carillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county. Is the nephew on Eme member Ernie "Leche" Carillo, he was killed for not making good on a promise he made to a the Eme.

Westside Verdugo Manor Boys 13:187 Murder Block
1. Victor "Big Vic" Gonzales-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county, he has since died
2. Black Mike-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
3. Big Jeff-A local San Bernardino rapper, arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county

Westside Crazy Insane Mexicans:
1. Mark Amabisca-Arrested for stealing nearly a dozen handguns and rifles from the Magnum Range on South Lugo, in San Bernardino. His girlfriends brother died from being shot by one of the stolen guns as she played with it and it accidentally went off.

Southside Verdugo Flats Gang 13:Pear st, Congress st, Marijaunos
1. Bryant Jesus "Cee" Urias-Sentenced to 35 years in prison as part of a plea deal in killings of 4 San Bernardino residents in 2005 and 2006
2. Danny Moreno-Arrested in connection with a murder that occured in a San Bernardino half way house.
3. Frank Javier Cardona-Police seized 76 pounds of black tar heroin in Cardona's home located in an area controlled by the Verdugo Flats gang at 1277 W. King Street. Prosecutors charged the Cardona with possession of a controlled substance, heroin, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a peace officer. Cardona was also charged with discharging a firearm with gross negligence.
4.Joseph Vigal-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Maximo Lucas Sistoza-Arrested for the murder of a fellow member of SSVF, after a brief altercation. Sistoza viewed the victim as a outsider of the gang. He was also accused in a unrelated shooting on Pear Street that was also said to be gang related.
6. Louis Vidaurri-Held and charged in four SB shootings that happened in 2007 and 2008.
7. Matthew Austin Solari-Arrested for the murder of Rey Flores in front of his home in San Bernardino. The shooting came up as a result of a ongoing dispute between the two.
8. Marco Antonio Pimentel-Pimentel is charged with the death of Luis Miguel Mendoza, shot in his Highland apartment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana and being a prohibited person to own ammunition, according to court records.
9. Robert Richard "Flaquito" Chavez Sr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Jason Ray Martinez a rival from a Colton street gang. Chavez's son had been killed by Ontario gang members but the defendant thought members of Martinez's gang were responsible for the murder.
10 Robert Richard Chavez Jr.-Arrested on various charges, was killed by Ontario gang members in Colton at a crowded restaurant.
11. Ricardo Mercado Preciado-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
12. Matias Castillo Lomeli-The father of Ricardo Mercado Preciado, Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He was killed in the 1200 block of West Congress Street, where police responded to reports of shots fired, officials said.
13. Unnamed Minor-Arrested and charged with the killing of 21-year-old 7th Street member Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino. Espino was found dead Sunday with a gunshot wound to his head in his silver Honda Pilot parked at the end of the cul-de-sac in the 200 block of South Lenore Avenue. The minor was arrested in the 1200 block of Congress and booked into a juvenile detention facility.
14. Esequiel Cisneros-Arrested for the murder of Gregorio "Chile" Gonzales, who was visiting a memorial made for Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino who was shot and killed in the same spot just weeks prior to his death. Witnesses say that "Cisneros came up to them, asked if they were from the Westside and started shooting.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13:
1. Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo-Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.
2. Mike Garcia Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
3. Cesar Pulido-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
4. Jesse Samuel Carranza-Shot 15 year old Steve Guzman of San Bernardino on Belle st. Police Department’s gang unit saw Carranza leaving a residence in the 200 block of East Kingman Street and get in a vehicle. Carranza was stopped near 4th Street and Sierra Way, where he was arrested. Jesse Samuel Carranza was released from jail on Wednesday, 2012 five days after police arrested him on suspicion of murder. Police booked him into jail after witnesses identified him as the man who shot Steven Guzman on Jan. 27 near Belle Avenue and 15th Street. Guzman died of his wounds at a hospital, authorities said. Police said they discussed the case with the District Attorney's Office and determined the evidence was inconclusive that Carranza was a suspect, said police spokesman Paul Williams.
5. Joseph "Sinner" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of "Ponci" and the cousin of Bobby.
6. "Ponci" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of Joseph and the cousin of Bobby.
7. Bobby Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the cousin of both "Ponci" and Joseph.
8. Chito-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
9. Robert Meraz-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
10. Philip Castillo-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
11. Hankle "Smoke-Dawg" Meraz-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.

Eastside Verdugo Valley Gang 13:
1. Luis "Triste" Aguilar-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
2. Triggers-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. Goofy-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Eastside Verdugo Dwight Way Gang 13:
1. Jeremy James Figueroa-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
2. Emilio Roberto Guerrero III-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
3. Ralph Montecino Ryan-Arrested in connextion with the shooting death of Los Angeles gang member James Charles Ramirez on Fairfax Drive in eastern San Bernardino. The victim had apparently been harrassed by local gang members because of his affiliation.
4. Heriberto Millan-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
5. E-Monster-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Varrio Eastside 13:
1. Anthony "Wicked" Kelly-Charged with robbery, carjacking, first degree murder under, attempted murder, and evading an officer with willful disregard for the safety of persons and property. It was also alleged that defendant either discharged or personally used a firearm. It was further alleged that defendant had one prior strike conviction. Sentenced to 114 years to life in prison.
2. Daniel Hernandez-Arrested along with Anthony Kelly, he was involved with one of the cases that Kelly was convicted and charged with.

Varrio Redlands 13:
1. Mathew Ruben Manzano-Sentenced to life without parole for killing Raymond Holguin Jr. of Mentone, who had testified against him in a 2001 carjacking case. Manzano shot the man in the head seven times, wounded the man's 2-day-old son and shot and killed the man's stepfather.
2. Eric Estrada-Charged with murder for taking part the death of Raymond Holguin Jr.
3. Armando Fonseca-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the shooting death of a Mentone man and his stepfather, and also the wounding of the mans 2 day old son.
4. David Michael "Risky" Lopez-Charged with conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute, Distribute, and Aid and Abet the Distribution of Methamphetamine. Sentenced to 30 months (2 1/2 years) for the crimes.
5. Thomas Cose-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
6. David Diaz-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
7. Anthony Legaspi-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, the suspected shooter along with John David Salazar, Jose Ramon Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
8. John David Salazar-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, Salazar, Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
9. Jose Ramon Lara-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Lara is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. John David Salazar, Anthony Legaspi and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
10. Adrian Powers-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands.
11. Lil E-A local Redlands rapper arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses. Currently serving a life sentence in Chino State Prison.
12. Randy Ortis-Charged with shooting three people outside Charlie Jewell’s bar and grill at 1 East State Street in Redlands.
13. Alejandro Maciel Sanchez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
14. Juan Rene Gonzalez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
15. Gilly-Currently serving a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison.
16. Drifter-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
17. Lil Sal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
18. Dopey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
19. Criminal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
20. Shyboi-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
21. B­rownie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
22. Smilie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Stranger-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Knighto­wl-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
25. Toro-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Northside Redlands Lokos 13:
1. Jason Xavier "Luckie" Gonzales-Arrested for the killing of Rhonda Rose Santellanez, 24, who was shot in her home in the 7000 block of Grove Avenue in Highland. The case was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
2. Paul Rene Prado-Faces life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old Adrian Valdovinos in Redlands.
3. David Martinez-Arrested in 2000 for a assault on a peace officer sentenced to 10 years in prison. While incarcerated was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Martinez called a member of his gang from prison to order the killing of a fellow gang member from Northside Redlands. Martinez also served time in 1993 for shooting at an unoccupied vehicle.
4. Jason Marcus Cardoza-Arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of Firearm and Ammunition and also conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine. Also in a later eventwhile attempting to flee police Cardoza, threw a loaded semi-automatic handgun which had been reported stolen in Yucaipa. He was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. He was driving with other known gang members.
5. Manuel Robert Chavez-Convicted of first degree murder, during which he used a firearm and discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. The jury further found that a principal had discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. Chavez was sentenced to prison for two consecutive 25-year-to-life terms.
6. Mathew Xavier Lopez-Convicted of second degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Chavez and Lopez went looking for Varrio Redlands members after Lopez's house was shot at by them. Instead they found the victim and his two nephews who were drunk and got into a altercation with the defendants. The Defendants then shot the victim who was not a gangmember, he died from his wounds.
7. Oscar Omar Correa-Arrested at his home in Riverside for shooting a Colton gang member at a party in Redlands.
8. Raymond Mendoza-Arrested along with members of Varrio Pecan Street in Moreno Valley for the murder of a member of Sex Cash.
9. Gino Gonzales-Arrested in Federal Rico case along with members of Westside Verdugo and Varrio Redlands for various crimes.
10. Felipe Fraga-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
11. Martin Mendez-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
12. Gilbert Phillip Moreno-Arrested at 7:40 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 along the 3300 block of North Mountain Avenue in San Bernardino and booked for investigation of murder and participating in a criminal street gang in the shooting death of rival gang member Christopher Mykel Sanchez.


Eastside Highland Colonial 13:
1. Lucio John "Little Creeper" Audelo-Sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of Lazaro Espino a KBS member.
2. Eddie "Little Boxer" Meza-Arrested as an accomplice to the murder of Lazaro Espino.
3. Lorenzo Gomez-Was involved in a police pursuit in Highland that ended with the suspect being critically wounded by police. After being released from the hospital he was booked in jail on various charges.
4. Rique "Don Dreamer" Riquelma-Was wanted by police and arrested soon after. Was sent to serve time in a federal prison. He has been sent to jail on numerous occasions.

Eastside Rialto 13:King Street, Rialto Wickedz
1. OG Milo-He has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of King Street.
2. Salvador-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Chucky's older brother.
3. Chucky-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Salvador's younger brother.
4. Pelon-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz.

Westside Rialto 666 Locos 13:
1. Peter Soto-Pled guilty to first-degree murder for shooting a homeless man in Redlands over a dispute about a dog. He was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison.
2. Paul Soto-Paul Soto pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a seven-year sentence inprison for the shooting of Ricky Dean Davis, a 48-year-old homeless man.

Northside Rialto 13:High Life, Bohnert Street Locos, Malditos, Renisanz,
1. Steven "Cam-Capone" Camaion-Arrested in connection with Southside Rialto gang sweep. Over 15 guns were recovered from his home. Capone is a local Rialto rapper.
2. Luis Victor Barba-Charged with attempted murder and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Sentenced to jail time and three years formal probation.

Southside Rialto 13:Calle Sage Street, Los Monarchs Rifa
1. Mario "Lil Stomper" Valderrama-Arrested for the murder of Keith Parks in Redlands.
2. Donald Edward Sanchez-Booked for making terrorist threats, being a felon in possession of a firearm and participation in a criminal street gang. Arrested in Adelanto.
3. Manuel "Daffie" Espinoza-Charged with the murder of Joseph Aragon at a Riverside ave liquor store. Espinoza was never put in jail for the crime, he was gunned down by Rialto narcotics officers after a shoot out in Rialto.
4. Jason Trang-Arrested in 2001 for Possession of illegal drugs, served time in prison.
5. Albert Jaramillo-Arrested for vehicle theft and later a parole violation. He was also brought up in the gang injunction on SSR.
6. Joaquin Robert Zamora -Sentenced to prison in 1998 for Possessing stolen property. He was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood known as "The Flats." Home to one of San Bernardino's biggest gangs the Southside Verdugo Flats.
7. Jason Garfinkel-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He is a shot caller in the gang.
8. Marco "Stomper" Aguilar-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He was involved in a dispute were he pulled a neighbor out of his house and beat him, just for fun.
9. Stephanie Lenczyk-One of the few female members in SSR, Lenczyk has been arrested on various charges. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a Varrio Chula Vista gang member, after they got into an altercation because of him leaving her for another girl.
10. Ronald Montoya-Arrested for evading police and for being a felon in possession of ammunition. He was driving with documented members of Northside Redlands and another known gang associate.
11. Leo Carillo-Was a member of the Monarchs gang and the first member to be killed. He had been arrested for various offenses.
12. Richard "Dickie" Carranza-Was the president of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
13. Jaime Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
14. Julio Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.

South Los Gang 13:Baby Locos
1. Ricardo Lara-Found guilty of second degree robbery and attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder with a firearm enhancement, and found true that the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Lara as follows: 25 years to life on count 2, plus 15 years to life on the gang allegation, and 12 months (one-third the midterm of 36 months) on count 1, plus three years and four months (one-third the midterm of 10 years) on the gang allegation, plus one year for a prior prison term for shooting a Riverside county teen.
2. Christian Estelman Diaz-Accused of being the triggerman in the shooting of a suspected Southside Rialto Sage Street member.

Southside Rialto Playboyz 13:
1. David Ramon Cimental-Sentenced to 14 years in state prison for shooting 17-year-old Jose "Decaf" Morales, who he associated with a rival party crew, multiple times with a shotgun on New Years Eve 2005 outside King's Barbers, located in the 500 block of South Pepper Avenue.
2. Joshua Zamora "Knucclez" Gonzales-Sentenced to an aggregate prison term of 86 years eight months to life, consisting of an indeterminate term of 75 years to life and a determinate term of 11 years eight months for a shooting at a Colton party that ended with three gunshot victims.
3. Gilbert Dewitt "Notch" Isom-Arrested for a shooting at Anderson Park in which three African American males were shot. The shooting started as a fight at Rialto High between Hispanic students and a group of African American males. When the fight continued at Anderson park when school let out the shooting 21 year old Isom pulled out a gun and shot the three teens. One was listed in critical condition.
4. Max Cardenas-Arrested in connection with the murder of a valinda gang-member at a party in Rialto. Later released and cleared of all charges.
5. Juan Jose Cardenas -Convicted of first degree murder and attempted murder, with firearm use and gang enhancement findings. Cardenas shot a Valinda gang member at a house party in Rialto after a fight. Police say the victim, Ivan Vega, had been shot nine times with at least three different guns, two of which were revolvers and the third a semi-automatic. Eight of the shots had a downward trajectory and the remaining shot was fired at Vegas back at a distance of about one-half inch. Vega died of his wounds Cardenas was sentenced to a prison term of 80 years and 8 months to life.
6. Robert S. Morgan-Originally charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling in association with a criminal street gang, defendant, Robert S. Morgan, pled guilty to a lesser charge of being an accessory after the fact. He was placed on probation with gang terms, and appeals, challenging the finding that a motor vehicle was involved, and several conditions of probation imposed pursuant to the plea agreement. Nobody was shot in the incident.
7. Victor Reyes-Charged as a accessory after the fact, to a crime that was caused by another person dating his ex-girlfriend.

Northside Colton 13:Funny Company, Bloque Locos
1. James Garcia-Found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm and of possessing stolen property The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
2. Edward Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
3. Anthony Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
4. Frank Xavier Rodriguez-Sentenced to 77 years for murder.
5. Jimmy Edward Cotinola-Convicted of first degree murder with personal and intentional discharge of a firearm.
6. Joseph Farias-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Samuel Resendez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for possession of a deadly weapon charge.
8. Paul Henry Camarena-Plead guilty to forgery charges, and the prison term priors were stricken. The court imposed the upper term of three years in state prison.
9. Daniel Angel Lopez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
10. Joe Martin Rodriguez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
11. Joseph “Colorado Red” Arias-Arrested for accidentally shooting his crime partner "Spider" Arriaga during a robbery. Both were high ranking members in La Eme at the time of the incident. He and other Eme and Aryan Brotherhood members were also involved in a fight with Black Guerilla Family members in which BGF leader W. L. Nolen, Cleveland Edwards was killed by a prison gaurd. An A.B member was also shot but survived his wound in the melee at Soledad prison in 1970.
12. Guillermo Morales-Arrested and sent to prison for crimes committed in San Bernardino county, Ca.
13. Ruben Rodriguez-Booked into jail for attempt robbery after he and two other suspects robbed a Colton teen in a Northside park.

Eastside Colton Hanna Street Locos 13:
1. Tito Perez Sr.-A high ranking member of Eastside Colton, has been arrested on numerous charges.
2. Tito Perez Jr.-Charged with the murder of Alex Alaniz a Northside Colton gang member.
3. Eric "Puppet" Perez-Charged with carrying a loaded weapon for the benefit of a gang. The court committed appellant to CYA for a total of three years four months: 16 months, the low term, for the weapons possession, plus two consecutive years, also the low term, for the gang enhancement.
4. Vincent Christopher Lennon-Pled guilty to evading a police officer and unlawfully driving or taking a vehicle In return, defendant was placed on formal probation for a period of three years on various terms and conditions, including serving 180 days in county jail.
5. Eric Esquer-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
6. Arthur Guzman-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
7. Jacob Avila-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Avila’s prior criminal record included exhibiting a firearm.
8. Daniel Martinez-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez’s prior criminal record included tampering with marks on a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm.
9. David Vargas-Charged with possession of a deadly weapon in benefit of a street gang.
10. Daniel "Steilo" Lennon-Arrested on various charged as a juvenile and for possession of a stolen vehicle.
11. Freddy Joe Enriquez-Was wanted for various crimes committed in Colton when he was gunned down by police. Shot five times in the chest and twice in the head. As a result of the shooting Eastside Colton declared war on the Colton Police department.
12. David Bermudez-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
13. Jose Rivera-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
14. Dennis Berver-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.

Southside Colton La Paloma Lokos 13:
1. Andrew Robert Ramirez-Killed 19-year-old Michael McLeod outside a party was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
2. Salvador Sotelo-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
3. Angel Cardoza-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
4. Harold Rogers-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
5. Manuel John Sanchez-Arrested for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle and in connection with various parole violations.
6. Eric Andre Rivera-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the Aug. 4, 2007, slaying of a rival gang member in Bloomington. He was transferred from Wasco State Prison, where he was serving time for unrelated drug charges.
7. Macedonio Jose Arellano-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
8. Gina Marie Gomez-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
9. Andrew Ramirez-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
10. Matthew Delgado-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton. Also charged as a shooter in the death of Ramiro Martinez at a Colton park on the Southside of the city.
11. Vincent Ruiz-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. Ruis has also been arrested for rape by force or fear.
12. Michael Baisa-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.
13. David Jaurequi-Has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County. On June 15, 2012 he was arrested in a raid conducted by SMASH (San Bernardino Movement Against Street Hoodlums) in San Bernardino for a outstanding warrant, 90 people were arrested in all.

Westside Bloomas Number St. Locos 13:
1. Rigoberto Casillas-Charged with two counts of attempted premeditated murder on two separate victims. The defendant personally used a firearm to commit the crime and the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Recieved a sentence of 365 days in jail and 36 months probation.
2. Richard Henderson Jr.-Convicted by DDA Adam Pierce for possession of firearms by a felon. Henderson, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had 1 Glock pistol, 1 Soviet semi-automatic rifle, 2 rifles and 1 shotgun in his possession, 2 of which were stolen. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Roland Berry-High ranking Eme member from the Bloomington area. Arrested for various offenses.
4. John Gilbert Mata-Arrested and charged with the murder of Eduardo Gonzalez of Bloomington and Gregory Gutierrez and attempted murder of George Gutierrez in Bloomington on 9th and Pepper.

5. Jose Manuel Bueno Jr.-Arrested in his 9th Street home for a Bloomington shooting September 9th, 2012.

Southside Fontana 13:Chingones Slover Street, Trece Fontana Kings, Tha Hood Locos
1. Angel Valencia-Judge Ingrid A. Uhler sentenced Valencia a member of TFK May 27 in Fontana Superior Court to 115 years to life.
2. Andrew Valdivia-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison. Convicted of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Is a Member of TFK
3. Daniel Hernandez-Testified against Valencia and Valdivia during the trial in exchange for a plea bargain from prosecutors that carried a one-year jail sentence. Is a member of TFK
4. Daniel Moreno-Shot a two year old in front of his mother at a Burger King in Pomona. He was killed by police shortly after. He is a member of TFK.
5. Raymundo Lopez-Lopez shot officer Kevin Goltara March 15, 2003, when the officer stopped him and Rodriguez on Barbee Street in a stolen Pontiac that Rodriguez carjacked a day before. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
6. Vincent Rodriguez-Sentenced to 65 in shooting of officer Kevin Goltara, who survived the shooting.
7. Steven Anthony "Bandit" Dlugitch-Charged with one count of possession for sale of methamphetamine. The information also alleged that the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang.
8. Isaac Belmontez-Charged with two counts of attempted murder stemming from a Fontana gang shooting.
9. Fernando Brian Chavira-Charged with assault with a deadly weapon after he tried to stab a Fontana policeman. Chavira was shot in the incident but survived.
10. Ricardo Hernandez-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder. Upon release Hernandez was shot and killed by rival gang members. He is a member of THL.
11. Luis Antonio-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder.
12. Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr.-Killed his 11 week pregnant girlfriend and dumped her body in a trash can in a Southridge neighborhood. He is a member of TFK.
13. Ruben Macias-Found guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed Luis Martinez outside the Los Domingos cantina in Hesperia in 2006. Received more then 75 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
14. Salvador Orozco "Tio" Hernandez-High ranking Eme member who is currently serving a 10 year prison term on racketeering related charges. Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Alfred Hernandez-Serving 2 year sentence of possible Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
16. Angelo Sanchez-Was under Post Release Community Supervision, was taken into custody on suspicion of vehicle theft, street gang activity, and possession of stolen property. Police found a AK-47 assault rifle in a stolen car with him and fellow gang member, Jimmy Sandoval.
17. Jimmy Sandoval-Sandoval, 27, of Fontana, who was on parole as a result of AB 109, was arrested on suspicion of being a convict in possession of a firearm, vehicle theft, attempting to evade a police officer while driving recklessly and street gang activity.
18. Tim Cervantes-Arrested for pulling a gun a little girl. He is a member of TFK
19. David Rey Fierro-Defendant David Rey Fierro was convicted by a jury of first degree murder and two counts of robbery. The jury found true the special circumstance allegation that the murder was committed during the perpetration of a robbery and also returned a special finding that defendant shot and killed the victim. As to each count the jury also found that defendant used a firearm to commit the offense. The jury fixed the penalty at death. This appeal is automatic. He is a member of the CGS.
20. David "Coyote" Long-He is a O.G member of the Chingones, jailed for various offenses.
21. Big Bago-ahae is a O.G member of the Chingones. He has also been arrested for various crimes in San Bernardino County.
22. Johnny Bravo-Is a member of TFK, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
23. Ruben G-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
24. Cyco-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
25. Lil Smiley-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
26. Killer-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
27. Huero-He has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
28. Alex Hernandez-Stabbed by members of the Chingones gang. He is the brother of Daniel Hernandez, whom turned states evidence in a case involving fellow gang members for a reduced sentence.
29. Villian-Has served time in a California state prison.

Hard Times Posse 13:
1. Christian Ivan Sanchez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in futherance of a drug crime also aiding and abetting and causing an act to be done. Sentenced to 16 years in prison. Is said to be the leader of the gang.
2. Javier Torres-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
3. Richard Herring-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
4. Anthony Serrano-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
5. Joe Guerra-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
6. Hecter Torres-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
7. Nano-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
8. Raymond Montalvo-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Neighborhood Locos 13:
1. Miguel Angel "Little Insane" Gonzalez-Miguel was sentenced to an aggregate term of 50 years to life, plus 40 years 8 months, for killing a 18th street gang member and shooting at another. 18th Street had shot up the defendants house and the shooting came in retaliation of the events. Gonzalez was 15 at the time and the accussed gunman.
2. Silvester Junior "Insane" Gonzalez-Silvester was sentenced to 50 years to life, plus 30 years 8 months along with his brother in the murder of a 18th Street member. Although he did not shoot during the incident the jury still found that he was also responsible for the altercation. Silvester was 21 at the time of the shooting.
3. Rudy Leyva-Charged as an accessory in the murder of 18th Street member, Aldo Rodriguez and attempted murder of Albert Sandoval.
4. Jesus Sanchez-Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison.
5. Daniel Martinez "Crazy Demon" Limon--Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison. Daniel was 16 at the time of the shooting.
6. Daniel Luna Jr.-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in criminal street gang activity after shooting at a teenager whom he was having a dispute with.
7. Chavo Garcia-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Diablos 13:
1. Julio Cesar Sanchez-San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Sanchez to 25 years to life in prison, and sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander.
2. Adan Flores-Found guilty of second degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. The jury found that both crimes were committed in benefit of a local street gang. Flores also pled guilty to possession of meth for sale. He was sentenced concurrently to 46 years in prison.

Westside Headhunters 13:The Malos Clique
1. Ramon Gonzalez San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander during a shoot-out with a member of rival gang Fontana Diablos.
2. Chato-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Smokey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
4. Hazard-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Eastside Latin Kings 13:
1. Daniel "Serio" Hernandez Arrested for the stabbing of a Fontana teen. Was originally charged with attemted murder but due to a plea deal had the charge dropped to assault with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to a year in jail.

Another Latin Crew:
1. Anthony Roman Marquez-Took a plea deal in the deadly shooting of Diego Diaz who was on the dance floor at a Fontana party. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found Diaz in the back suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Central Insane Empire Fontana 13:
Big Vago-Served time in prison for various offenses commited in Fontana.


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Westside Raiders:
1. Freddy “Leo” Luque-Luque, who promoted fighting with fists, learned the perils of guns first hand. His left eye was destroyed when someone hit him with the trigger guard on a gun. And a shotgun blast that Luque fired as a warning ricocheted and struck a man in the head, paralyzing him. Luque served 18 months in a California Youth Authority jail. Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
2. Rudy Lopez-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
3. Manuel “Mad Dog” Delgado-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.

Westside Bullies:
1. Rudy Sena-Charged with killing Robert “Webet” Garcia a member of the Raiders gang of San Bernardino, in a fight at the Johnson hall in the mid 1950's. Sena stomed on Garcia's chest which bruised his heart and ultimately killed him. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense. Sena's family moved out of San Bernardino never to return after the event.
2. Joe Espitia-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
3. Ramon Soto-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
4. Cruz Galvan-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.

Westside Mount Vernon Monarchs:
1. Joe Avila-Was a member of the Mt. Vernon Monarchs gang before they left for Rialto. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo SUR Crazy Ones 13:
1. Isaac Aguirre-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
2. Vincente Meza-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
3. Jesse "Jess Dog aka Worm" Chavez-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
4. Gary "Trusty" Roque-Arrested Charged with a triple shooting in SB that killed three.
5. Ernesto Aguirre-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the broad daylight murder of ESC member Daniel Martinez in a Wal Greens parking lot on Mt. Vernon and Baseline in SB.
6. Dominick Carabajal-Arrested for various minor offenses.
7. Chango Moreno-Has been arrested for various offenses.
8. Victor Moran Angulo-Arrested in connection with a body that was found May 22, 2012 in a hole in the backyard of a residence in San Bernardino. The victims name was Angel Cortez, of San Bernardino, whose shot and burned body was found in a hole in the backyard of a home in the 200 block of East 11th Street.

Westside Verdugo Mt. Vernon Rifa 13:
1. Phillip "Chano" Chavez-High Ranking Eme member who had been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino. He and his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez were shot to death by Ernie "Leche" Carillo in retaliation for Chano's ordering the death of his nephew Michael Carillo.
2. Cisco James Hartsch-Convicted of three counts of first degree murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. As to all counts, the jury found that he personally used a firearm. It returned a verdict of death, based on the special circumstance of multiple murder. In May 1993, a developmentally disabled man was robbed and shot to death in a school parking lot. Defendant told a cellmate he had committed the killing. In September 1993, defendant was part of a group that accosted a homeless couple. They beat and stabbed the man and stole his jacket, sweatshirt, and shirt. Hartsch resisted arrest and was subdued with pepper spray. In October 1994, while in a juvenile rehabilitation program, defendant forced a tentmate to orally copulate him. When confronted, defendant admitted the victim's allegations. In 1995, shortly before the murders in this case, defendant struck his former girlfriend Armanda Ramirez on two occasions.
3. Carlos Lopez-Sentence to spend a undetermined amount of time in prison. Lopez was one of two men who shot and killed Bobby "Big Tae" Brookins, a PDL gang member as he waited on the bus at a SB bus stop for no reason at all. Brookins cousin Byron was also shot but survived.
4. Manuel Luis Cruz-Sentenced to over 55 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
5. Alberto Arroyo-Sentenced to over 65 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
6. Benjamin Frank Chagolla-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
7. Steven Agudo-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
8. Leonard Lara-Sentenced to 25 years to life plus a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The trial court also imposed a 10-year gang enhancement. Lara shot a man in the head with a shotgun on San Bernardino's westside.
9. Danny Maynard-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
10. Esgardo Ramirez-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
11. Carlos Soto Jr.-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca. Soto was the cousin of Rojas.
12. Salvador Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Jimmy Urbina after a altercation about defendant and a friend putting gas in the victims car after using it.
13. Jose Ramirez-While driving in a car with documented gang members from Northside Redlands and Southside Rialto Ramirez was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun reported stolen in San Bernardino. Ramirez, a convicted felon, was arrested.
14. Jonathan Valencia-For the murder of Jose Vargas over a disagreement about a car, a jury convicted defendant, Jonathan Valencia, of first degree murder, during which he intentionally discharged a firearm, causing death. He was sentenced to prison for two consecutive terms of 25 years to life.
15. Richard Segura-Arrested for burglary and numerous other charges.
16. Jason Matthew Navarro-Charged with burglary and numerous other crimes.
17. Angel Robert Salazar-Salazar was charged with two counts of murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, with various enhancement allegations including that the offenses were committed to benefit a gang. Salazar's two strike offenses occurred on September 18, 1995, when he was 16 years old. Salazar was charged as an adult, and he pled guilty to attempted robbery, and to kidnapping with an enhancement for personal use of a firearm. The offenses to which he pled guilty were against a single victim. He was sentenced to eight years eight months in prison, consisting of five years for the kidnapping, three years for the firearm use, and eight months for the attempted robbery. He entered prison in 1997. At sentencing, Salazar requested that the trial court dismiss at least one of his strike priors so he could avoid a life sentence. The court declined his request and sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison.
18. Antonio Garcia-Johnny Alvarez (CSL) and Garcia were jointly tried for one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a firearm. The jury could not reach a verdict on the attempted murder charges, and the court declared a mistrial. The jury convicted on the remaining charges. The People dismissed the attempted murder charges.

Westside Verdugo 7th Street Calle Siete Locos 13:
1. Luis "Maldito" Mendoza-A founding member of the 7th street Locos Mendoza was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the Dead Presidents case. A case which involved his childhood friend whom was killed by Mendoza and three others due to orders sent down from La Eme.
2. Lorenzo Inez Arias-A high ranking 7th street member also sentenced to the death penalty for his part in the Dead Presidents case.
3. Froylan Chiprez-Arrested in Tijuana by Mexican law enforcement officials who were working with the FBI’s Inland Regional Apprehension Team for his role in a quadruple homicide in San Bernardino.
4. John Adrian Ramriez-Sentenced to 12 years in prison in exchange for his testimony in Dead Presidents case.
5. Stacy Cheyenne Nunez-Barajas-Sentenced to one year of electronic monitoring and five years probation for her role in a 2006 murder-for-hire plot. She originally faced 27 years for the charge.
6. Erik Barajas-Received six months for his role in a highly publicized case linking him and his sister to the Mexican Mafia and the methamphetamine trade in the Inland Empire.
7. Deborah 'Cookie' Cortez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
8. Lisa 'Flaco' Rochas-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
9. Peter 'Wino' Amaya-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang. Amaya is accused of organizing the plot. The Amaya's have controlled gang activity on the Westside of San Bernardino since the incarceration of the Hernandez brothers.
10. Sean Milo "Scrappy" Rodriquez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
11. Lawrence 'Pelon' Cabrera-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
12. Nicole Rene Majarrez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
13. Albert Angel "Spanky" Amaya-Reputed tax collector for Emero Salvador Hernandez is sentenced to serve a mandatory 25 years to life sentence under the three stikes law.
14. Janette V. Amaya-Received a six year prison term after pleading no contest to a charge of transporting heroin for sale. Amaya was convicted of the special circumstance of being a gang member and was alledged to have "recruited females to run guns and drugs and do other business for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Daniel Uruiza-Offered a plea deal of 16 years to life for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
16. Guillermo Garcia-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
17. Raymond Sullivan-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
18. Oswaldo Amezcua Ramirez-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
19. Jesse Lopez-Shot Carlos Bermudez Ortuno shortly after a verbal confrontation over the fact Ortuno had showed disrespect for defendant and his gang, 7th Street. Sentenced to an aggregate term of 42 years to life in state prison.
20. Salina Carabajal-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements arising out of the shooting, if she testified truthfully, she was to be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in prison but recieved 4 years probation for the deadly SB shooting in which she was a getaway driver.
21. Johnnie "Krazie aka Johnnie Boy" Chagolla-Sentenced to 90 years in prison for robbery and murder of a local SB drug dealer.
22. Michael Anthony Rey-Charged with attempted murder of a police officer in SB. Rey was a minor at the time of the incident.
23. Jose Ralph "Jinxy" Marquez-Arrested and charged with assault with a firearm for shooting Jennifer Herrera in the leg. The trial court sentenced Marquez to a total term of 45 years to life in prison.
24. Michael "Chango" Monson Jr.-Charged with the shooting death of his mothers ex-boyfriend in San Bernardino. Monson claims he shot Jose Luis Moya in self defense.
25. Luis Martinez Gonzales-Sentenced to for years for killing 34-year-old Deena Serrano, after her daughter and a girl living in the Gonzales home were involved in a fight. Serrano a Colton resident, came to the house with members of a local gang and began to break windows. Gonzales fearing for he and his families safety shot and fatally hit the woman. He was sentenced to 4 years for man slaughter since it was a self-defense issue.
26. Miguel Angel Duke-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
27. Robert Cirilo Rodriguez-Charged with storing ammunition for the Westside street gang that authorities say was planning to kill a “dropout” member. Rodriguez a documented member of the gang is also the father of two documented members arrested for thier parts in the plot.
28. George "Little Hoodlum" Jimenez-Arrested and charged with grand theft, vandalism and misdemeanor battery at the age of 16 in 1994. He recieved a short juvenile hall sentence and probation.
29. Erlindo Honesto-Arrested for selling guns to a undercover police officer posing as a gang member. Is the stepfather of two 7th Street members, Jose and Jesse Lopez.
30. Melicio Reyes-Sentenced to 130 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
31. Daniel "Psycho" Mendivil-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
32. Angelica Romero-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
33. Albert "Laughing Boy" Gutierrez-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
34. Dellaery Limon-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days .Limon also faces an assault with deadly weapon charge for attacking one of the victims with a knife.
35. Jose Noya-Arrested and charged with murder.
36. Daniel Olguin-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
37. Yolanda Marie Trivizo-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
38. Steven Gregory Martin-accepted a plea agreement in 2005 and pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for his part in the torture and murder of 38 year old Sean Bret Rounsville.
39. James Fuentes-Sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
40. Daniel Diaz Robles-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
41. Malo Fernandez-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
42. Benny Ramirez-Arrested in connection with a burglary of that was committed at the house of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas before he was slain.
43. Joseph Robledo-Arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a undercover Fontana police officer. Five Fontana plainclothes police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation that led them to San Bernardino's North K Street. They were sitting in their cars doing surveillance when a man approached one officer and brandished a handgun, police said. When the officer identified himself, the gunman, alleged to be Joseph Robledo, 26, started running. The officer started chasing him, at which time another gunman, alleged to be 22-year-old Ralph Larios, walked up and started shooting at the officer, hitting him in the leg. Another undercover officer, an eight-year veteran of the Fontana Police Department, came to the aid of the wounded officer. He shot and killed Larios, Hostetter said. Police canvassed the area and later found and arrested Robledo, but no gun was found.
44. Ralph Larios-Larios shot at Fontana detectives during a police stakeout striking one in the leg. He was killed by a eight year veteran of the Fontana police department.
45. Margarito "Cisco" Cortez Jr.-Arrested for crimes committed in 2003. He was shot and killed not too far from where he lived on Olive street in San Bernardino. He was on probation for a recent misdemeanor conviction of carrying a dagger at the time of his death.
46. Jose Navarro-A West Side Verdugo gang member, was convicted of murdering a young man who asked for a cigarette in October 2003.
47. Richard Aurelio "Lil Chorizo" Chagolla-Arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Melecio Alcantar who he shot in the head over a drug transaction. He also has a few burglaries and an evading police officers arrest on his record. He was killed in San Bernardino during a police chase in 2009.
48. Arturo Ortiz-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
49. Geahetta Amaya-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
50. Erlindo Honesto Jr.-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
51. Blacky-Has served time in a California state prison.
52. Johnny Alvarez-Defendant along with Antonio Garcia (MVR) was convicted of three counts of assault with a firearm for shooting three bystanders during a gang-related dispute. The jury found on each count that defendant was armed with and personally used a handgun, inflicted great bodily injury, and committed the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to 33 years 4 months.
53. Johnny Ibarra-Has spent a lot of time in juvenile hall and jail. Was once accused of attempted murder but was later released.
54. Ronald Jaramillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.

Westside Verdugo Little Counts Gang 13:
1. Robert "Sportie" Beltran-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also arrested on charges of possessing narcotics for sale.
2. Robert Larios-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also wanted for domestic violence and kidnapping stemming from an incident he was involved in.
3. Daniel" Danny Boy" Martinez-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements. He was to be sentenced to 25 years in prison but instead recieved a shortened 15 year sentence. The plea bargain was conditional on his truthful testimony. Martinez was a accomplice in a deadly SB shooting that left one dead.
4. Ruben Ray Jurado-Charged with attempted murder and multiple sentencing enhancements for using a firearm in the shooting that critically wounded Christoper Sullivan, an Afghanistan war veteran. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year while serving with the military in Afghanistan. He suffered a cracked collarbone and brain damage. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in March 2012.
5. Ernie "Leche" Carillo-High ranking Eme member, charged in the deaths of Phillip "Chano" Chavez of MVR his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez. The murder was retaliation for the murder of Carillo's nephew who was killed after he failed to make good on a promise he made while in jail. Ernie was killed a month later in retaliation for the murder.
6. Michael Carillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county. Is the nephew on Eme member Ernie "Leche" Carillo, he was killed for not making good on a promise he made to a the Eme.

Westside Verdugo Manor Boys 13:187 Murder Block
1. Victor "Big Vic" Gonzales-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county, he has since died
2. Black Mike-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
3. Big Jeff-A local San Bernardino rapper, arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county

Westside Crazy Insane Mexicans:
1. Mark Amabisca-Arrested for stealing nearly a dozen handguns and rifles from the Magnum Range on South Lugo, in San Bernardino. His girlfriends brother died from being shot by one of the stolen guns as she played with it and it accidentally went off.

Southside Verdugo Flats Gang 13:Pear st, Congress st, Marijaunos
1. Bryant Jesus "Cee" Urias-Sentenced to 35 years in prison as part of a plea deal in killings of 4 San Bernardino residents in 2005 and 2006
2. Danny Moreno-Arrested in connection with a murder that occured in a San Bernardino half way house.
3. Frank Javier Cardona-Police seized 76 pounds of black tar heroin in Cardona's home located in an area controlled by the Verdugo Flats gang at 1277 W. King Street. Prosecutors charged the Cardona with possession of a controlled substance, heroin, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a peace officer. Cardona was also charged with discharging a firearm with gross negligence.
4.Joseph Vigal-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Maximo Lucas Sistoza-Arrested for the murder of a fellow member of SSVF, after a brief altercation. Sistoza viewed the victim as a outsider of the gang. He was also accused in a unrelated shooting on Pear Street that was also said to be gang related.
6. Louis Vidaurri-Held and charged in four SB shootings that happened in 2007 and 2008.
7. Matthew Austin Solari-Arrested for the murder of Rey Flores in front of his home in San Bernardino. The shooting came up as a result of a ongoing dispute between the two.
8. Marco Antonio Pimentel-Pimentel is charged with the death of Luis Miguel Mendoza, shot in his Highland apartment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana and being a prohibited person to own ammunition, according to court records.
9. Robert Richard "Flaquito" Chavez Sr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Jason Ray Martinez a rival from a Colton street gang. Chavez's son had been killed by Ontario gang members but the defendant thought members of Martinez's gang were responsible for the murder.
10 Robert Richard Chavez Jr.-Arrested on various charges, was killed by Ontario gang members in Colton at a crowded restaurant.
11. Ricardo Mercado Preciado-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
12. Matias Castillo Lomeli-The father of Ricardo Mercado Preciado, Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He was killed in the 1200 block of West Congress Street, where police responded to reports of shots fired, officials said.
13. Unnamed Minor-Arrested and charged with the killing of 21-year-old 7th Street member Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino. Espino was found dead Sunday with a gunshot wound to his head in his silver Honda Pilot parked at the end of the cul-de-sac in the 200 block of South Lenore Avenue. The minor was arrested in the 1200 block of Congress and booked into a juvenile detention facility.
14. Esequiel Cisneros-Arrested for the murder of Gregorio "Chile" Gonzales, who was visiting a memorial made for Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino who was shot and killed in the same spot just weeks prior to his death. Witnesses say that "Cisneros came up to them, asked if they were from the Westside and started shooting.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13:
1. Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo-Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.
2. Mike Garcia Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
3. Cesar Pulido-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
4. Jesse Samuel Carranza-Shot 15 year old Steve Guzman of San Bernardino on Belle st. Police Department’s gang unit saw Carranza leaving a residence in the 200 block of East Kingman Street and get in a vehicle. Carranza was stopped near 4th Street and Sierra Way, where he was arrested. Jesse Samuel Carranza was released from jail on Wednesday, 2012 five days after police arrested him on suspicion of murder. Police booked him into jail after witnesses identified him as the man who shot Steven Guzman on Jan. 27 near Belle Avenue and 15th Street. Guzman died of his wounds at a hospital, authorities said. Police said they discussed the case with the District Attorney's Office and determined the evidence was inconclusive that Carranza was a suspect, said police spokesman Paul Williams.
5. Joseph "Sinner" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of "Ponci" and the cousin of Bobby.
6. "Ponci" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of Joseph and the cousin of Bobby.
7. Bobby Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the cousin of both "Ponci" and Joseph.
8. Chito-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
9. Robert Meraz-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
10. Philip Castillo-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
11. Hankle "Smoke-Dawg" Meraz-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.

Eastside Verdugo Valley Gang 13:
1. Luis "Triste" Aguilar-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
2. Triggers-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. Goofy-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Eastside Verdugo Dwight Way Gang 13:
1. Jeremy James Figueroa-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
2. Emilio Roberto Guerrero III-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
3. Ralph Montecino Ryan-Arrested in connextion with the shooting death of Los Angeles gang member James Charles Ramirez on Fairfax Drive in eastern San Bernardino. The victim had apparently been harrassed by local gang members because of his affiliation.
4. Heriberto Millan-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
5. E-Monster-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Varrio Eastside 13:
1. Anthony "Wicked" Kelly-Charged with robbery, carjacking, first degree murder under, attempted murder, and evading an officer with willful disregard for the safety of persons and property. It was also alleged that defendant either discharged or personally used a firearm. It was further alleged that defendant had one prior strike conviction. Sentenced to 114 years to life in prison.
2. Daniel Hernandez-Arrested along with Anthony Kelly, he was involved with one of the cases that Kelly was convicted and charged with.

Varrio Redlands 13:
1. Mathew Ruben Manzano-Sentenced to life without parole for killing Raymond Holguin Jr. of Mentone, who had testified against him in a 2001 carjacking case. Manzano shot the man in the head seven times, wounded the man's 2-day-old son and shot and killed the man's stepfather.
2. Eric Estrada-Charged with murder for taking part the death of Raymond Holguin Jr.
3. Armando Fonseca-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the shooting death of a Mentone man and his stepfather, and also the wounding of the mans 2 day old son.
4. David Michael "Risky" Lopez-Charged with conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute, Distribute, and Aid and Abet the Distribution of Methamphetamine. Sentenced to 30 months (2 1/2 years) for the crimes.
5. Thomas Cose-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
6. David Diaz-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
7. Anthony Legaspi-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, the suspected shooter along with John David Salazar, Jose Ramon Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
8. John David Salazar-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, Salazar, Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
9. Jose Ramon Lara-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Lara is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. John David Salazar, Anthony Legaspi and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
10. Adrian Powers-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands.
11. Lil E-A local Redlands rapper arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses. Currently serving a life sentence in Chino State Prison.
12. Randy Ortis-Charged with shooting three people outside Charlie Jewell’s bar and grill at 1 East State Street in Redlands.
13. Alejandro Maciel Sanchez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
14. Juan Rene Gonzalez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
15. Gilly-Currently serving a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison.
16. Drifter-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
17. Lil Sal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
18. Dopey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
19. Criminal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
20. Shyboi-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
21. B­rownie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
22. Smilie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Stranger-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Knighto­wl-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
25. Toro-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Northside Redlands Lokos 13:
1. Jason Xavier "Luckie" Gonzales-Arrested for the killing of Rhonda Rose Santellanez, 24, who was shot in her home in the 7000 block of Grove Avenue in Highland. The case was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
2. Paul Rene Prado-Faces life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old Adrian Valdovinos in Redlands.
3. David Martinez-Arrested in 2000 for a assault on a peace officer sentenced to 10 years in prison. While incarcerated was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Martinez called a member of his gang from prison to order the killing of a fellow gang member from Northside Redlands. Martinez also served time in 1993 for shooting at an unoccupied vehicle.
4. Jason Marcus Cardoza-Arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of Firearm and Ammunition and also conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine. Also in a later eventwhile attempting to flee police Cardoza, threw a loaded semi-automatic handgun which had been reported stolen in Yucaipa. He was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. He was driving with other known gang members.
5. Manuel Robert Chavez-Convicted of first degree murder, during which he used a firearm and discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. The jury further found that a principal had discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. Chavez was sentenced to prison for two consecutive 25-year-to-life terms.
6. Mathew Xavier Lopez-Convicted of second degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Chavez and Lopez went looking for Varrio Redlands members after Lopez's house was shot at by them. Instead they found the victim and his two nephews who were drunk and got into a altercation with the defendants. The Defendants then shot the victim who was not a gangmember, he died from his wounds.
7. Oscar Omar Correa-Arrested at his home in Riverside for shooting a Colton gang member at a party in Redlands.
8. Raymond Mendoza-Arrested along with members of Varrio Pecan Street in Moreno Valley for the murder of a member of Sex Cash.
9. Gino Gonzales-Arrested in Federal Rico case along with members of Westside Verdugo and Varrio Redlands for various crimes.
10. Felipe Fraga-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
11. Martin Mendez-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.

Eastside Highland Colonial 13:
1. Lucio John "Little Creeper" Audelo-Sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of Lazaro Espino a KBS member.
2. Eddie "Little Boxer" Meza-Arrested as an accomplice to the murder of Lazaro Espino.
3. Lorenzo Gomez-Was involved in a police pursuit in Highland that ended with the suspect being critically wounded by police. After being released from the hospital he was booked in jail on various charges.
4. Rique "Don Dreamer" Riquelma-Was wanted by police and arrested soon after. Was sent to serve time in a federal prison. He has been sent to jail on numerous occasions.

Eastside Rialto 13:King Street, Rialto Wickedz
1. OG Milo-He has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of King Street.
2. Salvador-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Chucky's older brother.
3. Chucky-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Salvador's younger brother.
4. Pelon-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz.

Westside Rialto 666 Locos 13:
1. Peter Soto-Pled guilty to first-degree murder for shooting a homeless man in Redlands over a dispute about a dog. He was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison.
2. Paul Soto-Paul Soto pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a seven-year sentence inprison for the shooting of Ricky Dean Davis, a 48-year-old homeless man.

Northside Rialto 13:High Life, Bohnert Street Locos, Malditos, Renisanz,
1. Steven "Cam-Capone" Camaion-Arrested in connection with Southside Rialto gang sweep. Over 15 guns were recovered from his home. Capone is a local Rialto rapper.
2. Luis Victor Barba-Charged with attempted murder and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Sentenced to jail time and three years formal probation.

Southside Rialto 13:Calle Sage Street, Los Monarchs Rifa
1. Mario "Lil Stomper" Valderrama-Arrested for the murder of Keith Parks in Redlands.
2. Donald Edward Sanchez-Booked for making terrorist threats, being a felon in possession of a firearm and participation in a criminal street gang. Arrested in Adelanto.
3. Manuel "Daffie" Espinoza-Charged with the murder of Joseph Aragon at a Riverside ave liquor store. Espinoza was never put in jail for the crime, he was gunned down by Rialto narcotics officers after a shoot out in Rialto.
4. Jason Trang-Arrested in 2001 for Possession of illegal drugs, served time in prison.
5. Albert Jaramillo-Arrested for vehicle theft and later a parole violation. He was also brought up in the gang injunction on SSR.
6. Joaquin Robert Zamora -Sentenced to prison in 1998 for Possessing stolen property. He was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood known as "The Flats." Home to one of San Bernardino's biggest gangs the Southside Verdugo Flats.
7. Jason Garfinkel-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He is a shot caller in the gang.
8. Marco "Stomper" Aguilar-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He was involved in a dispute were he pulled a neighbor out of his house and beat him, just for fun.
9. Stephanie Lenczyk-One of the few female members in SSR, Lenczyk has been arrested on various charges. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a Varrio Chula Vista gang member, after they got into an altercation because of him leaving her for another girl.
10. Ronald Montoya-Arrested for evading police and for being a felon in possession of ammunition. He was driving with documented members of Northside Redlands and another known gang associate.
11. Leo Carillo-Was a member of the Monarchs gang and the first member to be killed. He had been arrested for various offenses.
12. Richard "Dickie" Carranza-Was the president of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
13. Jaime Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
14. Julio Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.

South Los Gang 13:Baby Locos
1. Ricardo Lara-Found guilty of second degree robbery and attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder with a firearm enhancement, and found true that the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Lara as follows: 25 years to life on count 2, plus 15 years to life on the gang allegation, and 12 months (one-third the midterm of 36 months) on count 1, plus three years and four months (one-third the midterm of 10 years) on the gang allegation, plus one year for a prior prison term for shooting a Riverside county teen.
2. Christian Estelman Diaz-Accused of being the triggerman in the shooting of a suspected Southside Rialto Sage Street member.

Southside Rialto Playboyz 13:
1. David Ramon Cimental-Sentenced to 14 years in state prison for shooting 17-year-old Jose "Decaf" Morales, who he associated with a rival party crew, multiple times with a shotgun on New Years Eve 2005 outside King's Barbers, located in the 500 block of South Pepper Avenue.
2. Joshua Zamora "Knucclez" Gonzales-Sentenced to an aggregate prison term of 86 years eight months to life, consisting of an indeterminate term of 75 years to life and a determinate term of 11 years eight months for a shooting at a Colton party that ended with three gunshot victims.
3. Gilbert Dewitt "Notch" Isom-Arrested for a shooting at Anderson Park in which three African American males were shot. The shooting started as a fight at Rialto High between Hispanic students and a group of African American males. When the fight continued at Anderson park when school let out the shooting 21 year old Isom pulled out a gun and shot the three teens. One was listed in critical condition.
4. Max Cardenas-Arrested in connection with the murder of a valinda gang-member at a party in Rialto. Later released and cleared of all charges.
5. Juan Jose Cardenas -Convicted of first degree murder and attempted murder, with firearm use and gang enhancement findings. Cardenas shot a Valinda gang member at a house party in Rialto after a fight. Police say the victim, Ivan Vega, had been shot nine times with at least three different guns, two of which were revolvers and the third a semi-automatic. Eight of the shots had a downward trajectory and the remaining shot was fired at Vegas back at a distance of about one-half inch. Vega died of his wounds Cardenas was sentenced to a prison term of 80 years and 8 months to life.
6. Robert S. Morgan-Originally charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling in association with a criminal street gang, defendant, Robert S. Morgan, pled guilty to a lesser charge of being an accessory after the fact. He was placed on probation with gang terms, and appeals, challenging the finding that a motor vehicle was involved, and several conditions of probation imposed pursuant to the plea agreement. Nobody was shot in the incident.
7. Victor Reyes-Charged as a accessory after the fact, to a crime that was caused by another person dating his ex-girlfriend.

Northside Colton 13:Funny Company, Bloque Locos
1. James Garcia-Found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm and of possessing stolen property The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
2. Edward Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
3. Anthony Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
4. Frank Xavier Rodriguez-Sentenced to 77 years for murder.
5. Jimmy Edward Cotinola-Convicted of first degree murder with personal and intentional discharge of a firearm.
6. Joseph Farias-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Samuel Resendez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for possession of a deadly weapon charge.
8. Paul Henry Camarena-Plead guilty to forgery charges, and the prison term priors were stricken. The court imposed the upper term of three years in state prison.
9. Daniel Angel Lopez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
10. Joe Martin Rodriguez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
11. Joseph “Colorado Red” Arias-Arrested for accidentally shooting his crime partner "Spider" Arriaga during a robbery. Both were high ranking members in La Eme at the time of the incident. He and other Eme and Aryan Brotherhood members were also involved in a fight with Black Guerilla Family members in which BGF leader W. L. Nolen, Cleveland Edwards was killed by a prison gaurd. An A.B member was also shot but survived his wound in the melee at Soledad prison in 1970.
12. Guillermo Morales-Arrested and sent to prison for crimes committed in San Bernardino county, Ca.
13. Ruben Rodriguez-Booked into jail for attempt robbery after he and two other suspects robbed a Colton teen in a Northside park.

Eastside Colton Hanna Street Locos 13:
1. Tito Perez Sr.-A high ranking member of Eastside Colton, has been arrested on numerous charges.
2. Tito Perez Jr.-Charged with the murder of Alex Alaniz a Northside Colton gang member.
3. Eric "Puppet" Perez-Charged with carrying a loaded weapon for the benefit of a gang. The court committed appellant to CYA for a total of three years four months: 16 months, the low term, for the weapons possession, plus two consecutive years, also the low term, for the gang enhancement.
4. Vincent Christopher Lennon-Pled guilty to evading a police officer and unlawfully driving or taking a vehicle In return, defendant was placed on formal probation for a period of three years on various terms and conditions, including serving 180 days in county jail.
5. Eric Esquer-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
6. Arthur Guzman-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
7. Jacob Avila-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Avila’s prior criminal record included exhibiting a firearm.
8. Daniel Martinez-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez’s prior criminal record included tampering with marks on a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm.
9. David Vargas-Charged with possession of a deadly weapon in benefit of a street gang.
10. Daniel "Steilo" Lennon-Arrested on various charged as a juvenile and for possession of a stolen vehicle.
11. Freddy Joe Enriquez-Was wanted for various crimes committed in Colton when he was gunned down by police. Shot five times in the chest and twice in the head. As a result of the shooting Eastside Colton declared war on the Colton Police department.
12. David Bermudez-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
13. Jose Rivera-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
14. Dennis Berver-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.

Southside Colton La Paloma Lokos 13:
1. Andrew Robert Ramirez-Killed 19-year-old Michael McLeod outside a party was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
2. Salvador Sotelo-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
3. Angel Cardoza-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
4. Harold Rogers-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
5. Manuel John Sanchez-Arrested for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle and in connection with various parole violations.
6. Eric Andre Rivera-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the Aug. 4, 2007, slaying of a rival gang member in Bloomington. He was transferred from Wasco State Prison, where he was serving time for unrelated drug charges.
7. Macedonio Jose Arellano-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
8. Gina Marie Gomez-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
9. Andrew Ramirez-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
10. Matthew Delgado-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton. Also charged as a shooter in the death of Ramiro Martinez at a Colton park on the Southside of the city.
11. Vincent Ruiz-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. Ruis has also been arrested for rape by force or fear.
12. Michael Baisa-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.
13. David Jaurequi-Has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County. On June 15, 2012 he was arrested in a raid conducted by SMASH (San Bernardino Movement Against Street Hoodlums) in San Bernardino for a outstanding warrant, 90 people were arrested in all.

Westside Bloomas Number St. Locos 13:
1. Rigoberto Casillas-Charged with two counts of attempted premeditated murder on two separate victims. The defendant personally used a firearm to commit the crime and the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Recieved a sentence of 365 days in jail and 36 months probation.
2. Richard Henderson Jr.-Convicted by DDA Adam Pierce for possession of firearms by a felon. Henderson, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had 1 Glock pistol, 1 Soviet semi-automatic rifle, 2 rifles and 1 shotgun in his possession, 2 of which were stolen. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Roland Berry-High ranking Eme member from the Bloomington area. Arrested for various offenses.
4. John Gilbert Mata-Arrested and charged with the murder of Eduardo Gonzalez of Bloomington and Gregory Gutierrez and attempted murder of George Gutierrez in Bloomington on 9th and Pepper.

5. Jose Manuel Bueno Jr.-Arrested in his 9th Street home for a Bloomington shooting on September 9th, 2012.

Southside Fontana 13:Chingones Slover Street, Trece Fontana Kings, Tha Hood Locos
1. Angel Valencia-Judge Ingrid A. Uhler sentenced Valencia a member of TFK May 27 in Fontana Superior Court to 115 years to life.
2. Andrew Valdivia-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison. Convicted of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Is a Member of TFK
3. Daniel Hernandez-Testified against Valencia and Valdivia during the trial in exchange for a plea bargain from prosecutors that carried a one-year jail sentence. Is a member of TFK
4. Daniel Moreno-Shot a two year old in front of his mother at a Burger King in Pomona. He was killed by police shortly after. He is a member of TFK.
5. Raymundo Lopez-Lopez shot officer Kevin Goltara March 15, 2003, when the officer stopped him and Rodriguez on Barbee Street in a stolen Pontiac that Rodriguez carjacked a day before. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
6. Vincent Rodriguez-Sentenced to 65 in shooting of officer Kevin Goltara, who survived the shooting.
7. Steven Anthony "Bandit" Dlugitch-Charged with one count of possession for sale of methamphetamine. The information also alleged that the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang.
8. Isaac Belmontez-Charged with two counts of attempted murder stemming from a Fontana gang shooting.
9. Fernando Brian Chavira-Charged with assault with a deadly weapon after he tried to stab a Fontana policeman. Chavira was shot in the incident but survived.
10. Ricardo Hernandez-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder. Upon release Hernandez was shot and killed by rival gang members. He is a member of THL.
11. Luis Antonio-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder.
12. Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr.-Killed his 11 week pregnant girlfriend and dumped her body in a trash can in a Southridge neighborhood. He is a member of TFK.
13. Ruben Macias-Found guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed Luis Martinez outside the Los Domingos cantina in Hesperia in 2006. Received more then 75 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
14. Salvador Orozco "Tio" Hernandez-High ranking Eme member who is currently serving a 10 year prison term on racketeering related charges. Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Alfred Hernandez-Serving 2 year sentence of possible Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
16. Angelo Sanchez-Was under Post Release Community Supervision, was taken into custody on suspicion of vehicle theft, street gang activity, and possession of stolen property. Police found a AK-47 assault rifle in a stolen car with him and fellow gang member, Jimmy Sandoval.
17. Jimmy Sandoval-Sandoval, 27, of Fontana, who was on parole as a result of AB 109, was arrested on suspicion of being a convict in possession of a firearm, vehicle theft, attempting to evade a police officer while driving recklessly and street gang activity.
18. Tim Cervantes-Arrested for pulling a gun a little girl. He is a member of TFK
19. David Rey Fierro-Defendant David Rey Fierro was convicted by a jury of first degree murder and two counts of robbery. The jury found true the special circumstance allegation that the murder was committed during the perpetration of a robbery and also returned a special finding that defendant shot and killed the victim. As to each count the jury also found that defendant used a firearm to commit the offense. The jury fixed the penalty at death. This appeal is automatic. He is a member of the CGS.
20. David "Coyote" Long-He is a O.G member of the Chingones, jailed for various offenses.
21. Big Bago-ahae is a O.G member of the Chingones. He has also been arrested for various crimes in San Bernardino County.
22. Johnny Bravo-Is a member of TFK, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
23. Ruben G-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
24. Cyco-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
25. Lil Smiley-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
26. Killer-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
27. Huero-He has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
28. Alex Hernandez-Stabbed by members of the Chingones gang. He is the brother of Daniel Hernandez, whom turned states evidence in a case involving fellow gang members for a reduced sentence.
29. Villian-Has served time in a California state prison.

Hard Times Posse 13:
1. Christian Ivan Sanchez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in futherance of a drug crime also aiding and abetting and causing an act to be done. Sentenced to 16 years in prison. Is said to be the leader of the gang.
2. Javier Torres-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
3. Richard Herring-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
4. Anthony Serrano-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
5. Joe Guerra-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
6. Hecter Torres-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
7. Nano-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
8. Raymond Montalvo-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Neighborhood Locos 13:
1. Miguel Angel "Little Insane" Gonzalez-Miguel was sentenced to an aggregate term of 50 years to life, plus 40 years 8 months, for killing a 18th street gang member and shooting at another. 18th Street had shot up the defendants house and the shooting came in retaliation of the events. Gonzalez was 15 at the time and the accussed gunman.
2. Silvester Junior "Insane" Gonzalez-Silvester was sentenced to 50 years to life, plus 30 years 8 months along with his brother in the murder of a 18th Street member. Although he did not shoot during the incident the jury still found that he was also responsible for the altercation. Silvester was 21 at the time of the shooting.
3. Rudy Leyva-Charged as an accessory in the murder of 18th Street member, Aldo Rodriguez and attempted murder of Albert Sandoval.
4. Jesus Sanchez-Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison.
5. Daniel Martinez "Crazy Demon" Limon--Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison. Daniel was 16 at the time of the shooting.
6. Daniel Luna Jr.-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in criminal street gang activity after shooting at a teenager whom he was having a dispute with.
7. Chavo Garcia-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Diablos 13:
1. Julio Cesar Sanchez-San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Sanchez to 25 years to life in prison, and sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander.
2. Adan Flores-Found guilty of second degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. The jury found that both crimes were committed in benefit of a local street gang. Flores also pled guilty to possession of meth for sale. He was sentenced concurrently to 46 years in prison.

Westside Headhunters 13:The Malos Clique
1. Ramon Gonzalez San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander during a shoot-out with a member of rival gang Fontana Diablos.
2. Chato-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Smokey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
4. Hazard-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Eastside Latin Kings 13:
1. Daniel "Serio" Hernandez Arrested for the stabbing of a Fontana teen. Was originally charged with attemted murder but due to a plea deal had the charge dropped to assault with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to a year in jail.

Another Latin Crew:
1. Anthony Roman Marquez-Took a plea deal in the deadly shooting of Diego Diaz who was on the dance floor at a Fontana party. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found Diaz in the back suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Central Insane Empire Fontana 13:
Big Vago-Served time in prison for various offenses commited in Fontana.
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Westside Raiders:
1. Freddy “Leo” Luque-Luque, who promoted fighting with fists, learned the perils of guns first hand. His left eye was destroyed when someone hit him with the trigger guard on a gun. And a shotgun blast that Luque fired as a warning ricocheted and struck a man in the head, paralyzing him. Luque served 18 months in a California Youth Authority jail. Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
2. Rudy Lopez-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
3. Manuel “Mad Dog” Delgado-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.

Westside Bullies:
1. Rudy Sena-Charged with killing Robert “Webet” Garcia a member of the Raiders gang of San Bernardino, in a fight at the Johnson hall in the mid 1950's. Sena stomed on Garcia's chest which bruised his heart and ultimately killed him. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense. Sena's family moved out of San Bernardino never to return after the event.
2. Joe Espitia-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
3. Ramon Soto-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
4. Cruz Galvan-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.

Westside Mount Vernon Monarchs:
1. Joe Avila-Was a member of the Mt. Vernon Monarchs gang before they left for Rialto. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo SUR Crazy Ones 13:
1. Isaac Aguirre-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
2. Vincente Meza-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
3. Jesse "Jess Dog aka Worm" Chavez-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
4. Gary "Trusty" Roque-Arrested Charged with a triple shooting in SB that killed three.
5. Ernesto Aguirre-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the broad daylight murder of ESC member Daniel Martinez in a Wal Greens parking lot on Mt. Vernon and Baseline in SB.
6. Dominick Carabajal-Arrested for various minor offenses.
7. Chango Moreno-Has been arrested for various offenses.
8. Victor Moran Angulo-Arrested in connection with a body that was found May 22, 2012 in a hole in the backyard of a residence in San Bernardino. The victims name was Angel Cortez, of San Bernardino, whose shot and burned body was found in a hole in the backyard of a home in the 200 block of East 11th Street.

Westside Verdugo Mt. Vernon Rifa 13:
1. Phillip "Chano" Chavez-High Ranking Eme member who had been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino. He and his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez were shot to death by Ernie "Leche" Carillo in retaliation for Chano's ordering the death of his nephew Michael Carillo.
2. Cisco James Hartsch-Convicted of three counts of first degree murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. As to all counts, the jury found that he personally used a firearm. It returned a verdict of death, based on the special circumstance of multiple murder. In May 1993, a developmentally disabled man was robbed and shot to death in a school parking lot. Defendant told a cellmate he had committed the killing. In September 1993, defendant was part of a group that accosted a homeless couple. They beat and stabbed the man and stole his jacket, sweatshirt, and shirt. Hartsch resisted arrest and was subdued with pepper spray. In October 1994, while in a juvenile rehabilitation program, defendant forced a tentmate to orally copulate him. When confronted, defendant admitted the victim's allegations. In 1995, shortly before the murders in this case, defendant struck his former girlfriend Armanda Ramirez on two occasions.
3. Carlos Lopez-Sentence to spend a undetermined amount of time in prison. Lopez was one of two men who shot and killed Bobby "Big Tae" Brookins, a PDL gang member as he waited on the bus at a SB bus stop for no reason at all. Brookins cousin Byron was also shot but survived.
4. Manuel Luis Cruz-Sentenced to over 55 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
5. Alberto Arroyo-Sentenced to over 65 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
6. Benjamin Frank Chagolla-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
7. Steven Agudo-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
8. Leonard Lara-Sentenced to 25 years to life plus a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The trial court also imposed a 10-year gang enhancement. Lara shot a man in the head with a shotgun on San Bernardino's westside.
9. Danny Maynard-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
10. Esgardo Ramirez-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
11. Carlos Soto Jr.-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca. Soto was the cousin of Rojas.
12. Salvador Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Jimmy Urbina after a altercation about defendant and a friend putting gas in the victims car after using it.
13. Jose Ramirez-While driving in a car with documented gang members from Northside Redlands and Southside Rialto Ramirez was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun reported stolen in San Bernardino. Ramirez, a convicted felon, was arrested.
14. Jonathan Valencia-For the murder of Jose Vargas over a disagreement about a car, a jury convicted defendant, Jonathan Valencia, of first degree murder, during which he intentionally discharged a firearm, causing death. He was sentenced to prison for two consecutive terms of 25 years to life.
15. Richard Segura-Arrested for burglary and numerous other charges.
16. Jason Matthew Navarro-Charged with burglary and numerous other crimes.
17. Angel Robert Salazar-Salazar was charged with two counts of murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, with various enhancement allegations including that the offenses were committed to benefit a gang. Salazar's two strike offenses occurred on September 18, 1995, when he was 16 years old. Salazar was charged as an adult, and he pled guilty to attempted robbery, and to kidnapping with an enhancement for personal use of a firearm. The offenses to which he pled guilty were against a single victim. He was sentenced to eight years eight months in prison, consisting of five years for the kidnapping, three years for the firearm use, and eight months for the attempted robbery. He entered prison in 1997. At sentencing, Salazar requested that the trial court dismiss at least one of his strike priors so he could avoid a life sentence. The court declined his request and sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison.
18. Antonio Garcia-Johnny Alvarez (CSL) and Garcia were jointly tried for one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a firearm. The jury could not reach a verdict on the attempted murder charges, and the court declared a mistrial. The jury convicted on the remaining charges. The People dismissed the attempted murder charges.

Westside Verdugo 7th Street Calle Siete Locos 13:
1. Luis "Maldito" Mendoza-A founding member of the 7th street Locos Mendoza was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the Dead Presidents case. A case which involved his childhood friend whom was killed by Mendoza and three others due to orders sent down from La Eme.
2. Lorenzo Inez Arias-A high ranking 7th street member also sentenced to the death penalty for his part in the Dead Presidents case.
3. Froylan Chiprez-Arrested in Tijuana by Mexican law enforcement officials who were working with the FBI’s Inland Regional Apprehension Team for his role in a quadruple homicide in San Bernardino.
4. John Adrian Ramriez-Sentenced to 12 years in prison in exchange for his testimony in Dead Presidents case.
5. Stacy Cheyenne Nunez-Barajas-Sentenced to one year of electronic monitoring and five years probation for her role in a 2006 murder-for-hire plot. She originally faced 27 years for the charge.
6. Erik Barajas-Received six months for his role in a highly publicized case linking him and his sister to the Mexican Mafia and the methamphetamine trade in the Inland Empire.
7. Deborah 'Cookie' Cortez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
8. Lisa 'Flaco' Rochas-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
9. Peter 'Wino' Amaya-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang. Amaya is accused of organizing the plot. The Amaya's have controlled gang activity on the Westside of San Bernardino since the incarceration of the Hernandez brothers.
10. Sean Milo "Scrappy" Rodriquez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
11. Lawrence 'Pelon' Cabrera-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
12. Nicole Rene Majarrez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
13. Albert Angel "Spanky" Amaya-Reputed tax collector for Emero Salvador Hernandez is sentenced to serve a mandatory 25 years to life sentence under the three stikes law.
14. Janette V. Amaya-Received a six year prison term after pleading no contest to a charge of transporting heroin for sale. Amaya was convicted of the special circumstance of being a gang member and was alledged to have "recruited females to run guns and drugs and do other business for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Daniel Uruiza-Offered a plea deal of 16 years to life for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
16. Guillermo Garcia-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
17. Raymond Sullivan-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
18. Oswaldo Amezcua Ramirez-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
19. Jesse Lopez-Shot Carlos Bermudez Ortuno shortly after a verbal confrontation over the fact Ortuno had showed disrespect for defendant and his gang, 7th Street. Sentenced to an aggregate term of 42 years to life in state prison.
20. Salina Carabajal-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements arising out of the shooting, if she testified truthfully, she was to be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in prison but recieved 4 years probation for the deadly SB shooting in which she was a getaway driver.
21. Johnnie "Krazie aka Johnnie Boy" Chagolla-Sentenced to 90 years in prison for robbery and murder of a local SB drug dealer.
22. Michael Anthony Rey-Charged with attempted murder of a police officer in SB. Rey was a minor at the time of the incident.
23. Jose Ralph "Jinxy" Marquez-Arrested and charged with assault with a firearm for shooting Jennifer Herrera in the leg. The trial court sentenced Marquez to a total term of 45 years to life in prison.
24. Michael "Chango" Monson Jr.-Charged with the shooting death of his mothers ex-boyfriend in San Bernardino. Monson claims he shot Jose Luis Moya in self defense.
25. Luis Martinez Gonzales-Sentenced to for years for killing 34-year-old Deena Serrano, after her daughter and a girl living in the Gonzales home were involved in a fight. Serrano a Colton resident, came to the house with members of a local gang and began to break windows. Gonzales fearing for he and his families safety shot and fatally hit the woman. He was sentenced to 4 years for man slaughter since it was a self-defense issue.
26. Miguel Angel Duke-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
27. Robert Cirilo Rodriguez-Charged with storing ammunition for the Westside street gang that authorities say was planning to kill a “dropout” member. Rodriguez a documented member of the gang is also the father of two documented members arrested for thier parts in the plot.
28. George "Little Hoodlum" Jimenez-Arrested and charged with grand theft, vandalism and misdemeanor battery at the age of 16 in 1994. He recieved a short juvenile hall sentence and probation.
29. Erlindo Honesto-Arrested for selling guns to a undercover police officer posing as a gang member. Is the stepfather of two 7th Street members, Jose and Jesse Lopez.
30. Melicio Reyes-Sentenced to 130 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
31. Daniel "Psycho" Mendivil-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
32. Angelica Romero-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
33. Albert "Laughing Boy" Gutierrez-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
34. Dellaery Limon-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days .Limon also faces an assault with deadly weapon charge for attacking one of the victims with a knife.
35. Jose Noya-Arrested and charged with murder.
36. Daniel Olguin-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
37. Yolanda Marie Trivizo-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
38. Steven Gregory Martin-accepted a plea agreement in 2005 and pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for his part in the torture and murder of 38 year old Sean Bret Rounsville.
39. James Fuentes-Sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
40. Daniel Diaz Robles-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
41. Malo Fernandez-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
42. Benny Ramirez-Arrested in connection with a burglary of that was committed at the house of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas before he was slain.
43. Joseph Robledo-Arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a undercover Fontana police officer. Five Fontana plainclothes police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation that led them to San Bernardino's North K Street. They were sitting in their cars doing surveillance when a man approached one officer and brandished a handgun, police said. When the officer identified himself, the gunman, alleged to be Joseph Robledo, 26, started running. The officer started chasing him, at which time another gunman, alleged to be 22-year-old Ralph Larios, walked up and started shooting at the officer, hitting him in the leg. Another undercover officer, an eight-year veteran of the Fontana Police Department, came to the aid of the wounded officer. He shot and killed Larios, Hostetter said. Police canvassed the area and later found and arrested Robledo, but no gun was found.
44. Ralph Larios-Larios shot at Fontana detectives during a police stakeout striking one in the leg. He was killed by a eight year veteran of the Fontana police department.
45. Margarito "Cisco" Cortez Jr.-Arrested for crimes committed in 2003. He was shot and killed not too far from where he lived on Olive street in San Bernardino. He was on probation for a recent misdemeanor conviction of carrying a dagger at the time of his death.
46. Jose Navarro-A West Side Verdugo gang member, was convicted of murdering a young man who asked for a cigarette in October 2003.
47. Richard Aurelio "Lil Chorizo" Chagolla-Arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Melecio Alcantar who he shot in the head over a drug transaction. He also has a few burglaries and an evading police officers arrest on his record. He was killed in San Bernardino during a police chase in 2009.
48. Arturo Ortiz-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
49. Geahetta Amaya-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
50. Erlindo Honesto Jr.-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
51. Blacky-Has served time in a California state prison.
52. Johnny Alvarez-Defendant along with Antonio Garcia (MVR) was convicted of three counts of assault with a firearm for shooting three bystanders during a gang-related dispute. The jury found on each count that defendant was armed with and personally used a handgun, inflicted great bodily injury, and committed the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to 33 years 4 months.
53. Johnny Ibarra-Has spent a lot of time in juvenile hall and jail. Was once accused of attempted murder but was later released.
54. Ronald Jaramillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.

Westside Verdugo Little Counts Gang 13:
1. Robert "Sportie" Beltran-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also arrested on charges of possessing narcotics for sale.
2. Robert Larios-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also wanted for domestic violence and kidnapping stemming from an incident he was involved in.
3. Daniel" Danny Boy" Martinez-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements. He was to be sentenced to 25 years in prison but instead recieved a shortened 15 year sentence. The plea bargain was conditional on his truthful testimony. Martinez was a accomplice in a deadly SB shooting that left one dead.
4. Ruben Ray Jurado-Charged with attempted murder and multiple sentencing enhancements for using a firearm in the shooting that critically wounded Christoper Sullivan, an Afghanistan war veteran. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year while serving with the military in Afghanistan. He suffered a cracked collarbone and brain damage. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in March 2012.
5. Ernie "Leche" Carillo-High ranking Eme member, charged in the deaths of Phillip "Chano" Chavez of MVR his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez. The murder was retaliation for the murder of Carillo's nephew who was killed after he failed to make good on a promise he made while in jail. Ernie was killed a month later in retaliation for the murder.
6. Michael Carillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county. Is the nephew on Eme member Ernie "Leche" Carillo, he was killed for not making good on a promise he made to a the Eme.

Westside Verdugo Manor Boys 13:187 Murder Block
1. Victor "Big Vic" Gonzales-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county, he has since died
2. Black Mike-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
3. Big Jeff-A local San Bernardino rapper, arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county

Westside Crazy Insane Mexicans:
1. Mark Amabisca-Arrested for stealing nearly a dozen handguns and rifles from the Magnum Range on South Lugo, in San Bernardino. His girlfriends brother died from being shot by one of the stolen guns as she played with it and it accidentally went off.

Southside Verdugo Flats Gang 13:Pear st, Congress st, Marijaunos
1. Bryant Jesus "Cee" Urias-Sentenced to 35 years in prison as part of a plea deal in killings of 4 San Bernardino residents in 2005 and 2006
2. Danny Moreno-Arrested in connection with a murder that occured in a San Bernardino half way house.
3. Frank Javier Cardona-Police seized 76 pounds of black tar heroin in Cardona's home located in an area controlled by the Verdugo Flats gang at 1277 W. King Street. Prosecutors charged the Cardona with possession of a controlled substance, heroin, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a peace officer. Cardona was also charged with discharging a firearm with gross negligence.
4.Joseph Vigal-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Maximo Lucas Sistoza-Arrested for the murder of a fellow member of SSVF, after a brief altercation. Sistoza viewed the victim as a outsider of the gang. He was also accused in a unrelated shooting on Pear Street that was also said to be gang related.
6. Louis Vidaurri-Held and charged in four SB shootings that happened in 2007 and 2008.
7. Matthew Austin Solari-Arrested for the murder of Rey Flores in front of his home in San Bernardino. The shooting came up as a result of a ongoing dispute between the two.
8. Marco Antonio Pimentel-Pimentel is charged with the death of Luis Miguel Mendoza, shot in his Highland apartment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana and being a prohibited person to own ammunition, according to court records.
9. Robert Richard "Flaquito" Chavez Sr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Jason Ray Martinez a rival from a Colton street gang. Chavez's son had been killed by Ontario gang members but the defendant thought members of Martinez's gang were responsible for the murder.
10 Robert Richard Chavez Jr.-Arrested on various charges, was killed by Ontario gang members in Colton at a crowded restaurant.
11. Ricardo Mercado Preciado-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
12. Matias Castillo Lomeli-The father of Ricardo Mercado Preciado, Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He was killed in the 1200 block of West Congress Street, where police responded to reports of shots fired, officials said.
13. Unnamed Minor-Arrested and charged with the killing of 21-year-old 7th Street member Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino. Espino was found dead Sunday with a gunshot wound to his head in his silver Honda Pilot parked at the end of the cul-de-sac in the 200 block of South Lenore Avenue. The minor was arrested in the 1200 block of Congress and booked into a juvenile detention facility.
14. Esequiel Cisneros-Arrested for the murder of Gregorio "Chile" Gonzales, who was visiting a memorial made for Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino who was shot and killed in the same spot just weeks prior to his death. Witnesses say that "Cisneros came up to them, asked if they were from the Westside and started shooting.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13:
1. Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo-Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.
2. Mike Garcia Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
3. Cesar Pulido-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
4. Jesse Samuel Carranza-Shot 15 year old Steve Guzman of San Bernardino on Belle st. Police Department’s gang unit saw Carranza leaving a residence in the 200 block of East Kingman Street and get in a vehicle. Carranza was stopped near 4th Street and Sierra Way, where he was arrested. Jesse Samuel Carranza was released from jail on Wednesday, 2012 five days after police arrested him on suspicion of murder. Police booked him into jail after witnesses identified him as the man who shot Steven Guzman on Jan. 27 near Belle Avenue and 15th Street. Guzman died of his wounds at a hospital, authorities said. Police said they discussed the case with the District Attorney's Office and determined the evidence was inconclusive that Carranza was a suspect, said police spokesman Paul Williams.
5. Joseph "Sinner" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of "Ponci" and the cousin of Bobby.
6. "Ponci" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of Joseph and the cousin of Bobby.
7. Bobby Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the cousin of both "Ponci" and Joseph.
8. Chito-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
9. Robert Meraz-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
10. Philip Castillo-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
11. Hankle "Smoke-Dawg" Meraz-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.

Eastside Verdugo Valley Gang 13:
1. Luis "Triste" Aguilar-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
2. Triggers-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. Goofy-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Eastside Verdugo Dwight Way Gang 13:
1. Jeremy James Figueroa-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
2. Emilio Roberto Guerrero III-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
3. Ralph Montecino Ryan-Arrested in connextion with the shooting death of Los Angeles gang member James Charles Ramirez on Fairfax Drive in eastern San Bernardino. The victim had apparently been harrassed by local gang members because of his affiliation.
4. Heriberto Millan-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
5. E-Monster-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Varrio Eastside 13:
1. Anthony "Wicked" Kelly-Charged with robbery, carjacking, first degree murder under, attempted murder, and evading an officer with willful disregard for the safety of persons and property. It was also alleged that defendant either discharged or personally used a firearm. It was further alleged that defendant had one prior strike conviction. Sentenced to 114 years to life in prison.
2. Daniel Hernandez-Arrested along with Anthony Kelly, he was involved with one of the cases that Kelly was convicted and charged with.

Varrio Redlands 13:
1. Mathew Ruben Manzano-Sentenced to life without parole for killing Raymond Holguin Jr. of Mentone, who had testified against him in a 2001 carjacking case. Manzano shot the man in the head seven times, wounded the man's 2-day-old son and shot and killed the man's stepfather.
2. Eric Estrada-Charged with murder for taking part the death of Raymond Holguin Jr.
3. Armando Fonseca-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the shooting death of a Mentone man and his stepfather, and also the wounding of the mans 2 day old son.
4. David Michael "Risky" Lopez-Charged with conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute, Distribute, and Aid and Abet the Distribution of Methamphetamine. Sentenced to 30 months (2 1/2 years) for the crimes.
5. Thomas Cose-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
6. David Diaz-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
7. Anthony Legaspi-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, the suspected shooter along with John David Salazar, Jose Ramon Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
8. John David Salazar-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, Salazar, Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
9. Jose Ramon Lara-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Lara is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. John David Salazar, Anthony Legaspi and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
10. Adrian Powers-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands.
11. Lil E-A local Redlands rapper arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses. Currently serving a life sentence in Chino State Prison.
12. Randy Ortis-Charged with shooting three people outside Charlie Jewell’s bar and grill at 1 East State Street in Redlands.
13. Alejandro Maciel Sanchez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
14. Juan Rene Gonzalez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
15. Gilly-Currently serving a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison.
16. Drifter-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
17. Lil Sal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
18. Dopey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
19. Criminal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
20. Shyboi-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
21. B­rownie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
22. Smilie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Stranger-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Knighto­wl-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
25. Toro-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Northside Redlands Lokos 13:
1. Jason Xavier "Luckie" Gonzales-Arrested for the killing of Rhonda Rose Santellanez, 24, who was shot in her home in the 7000 block of Grove Avenue in Highland. The case was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
2. Paul Rene Prado-Faces life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old Adrian Valdovinos in Redlands.
3. David Martinez-Arrested in 2000 for a assault on a peace officer sentenced to 10 years in prison. While incarcerated was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Martinez called a member of his gang from prison to order the killing of a fellow gang member from Northside Redlands. Martinez also served time in 1993 for shooting at an unoccupied vehicle.
4. Jason Marcus Cardoza-Arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of Firearm and Ammunition and also conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine. Also in a later eventwhile attempting to flee police Cardoza, threw a loaded semi-automatic handgun which had been reported stolen in Yucaipa. He was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. He was driving with other known gang members.
5. Manuel Robert Chavez-Convicted of first degree murder, during which he used a firearm and discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. The jury further found that a principal had discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. Chavez was sentenced to prison for two consecutive 25-year-to-life terms.
6. Mathew Xavier Lopez-Convicted of second degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Chavez and Lopez went looking for Varrio Redlands members after Lopez's house was shot at by them. Instead they found the victim and his two nephews who were drunk and got into a altercation with the defendants. The Defendants then shot the victim who was not a gangmember, he died from his wounds.
7. Oscar Omar Correa-Arrested at his home in Riverside for shooting a Colton gang member at a party in Redlands.
8. Raymond Mendoza-Arrested along with members of Varrio Pecan Street in Moreno Valley for the murder of a member of Sex Cash.
9. Gino Gonzales-Arrested in Federal Rico case along with members of Westside Verdugo and Varrio Redlands for various crimes.
10. Felipe Fraga-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
11. Martin Mendez-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.

Eastside Highland Colonial 13:
1. Lucio John "Little Creeper" Audelo-Sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of Lazaro Espino a KBS member.
2. Eddie "Little Boxer" Meza-Arrested as an accomplice to the murder of Lazaro Espino.
3. Lorenzo Gomez-Was involved in a police pursuit in Highland that ended with the suspect being critically wounded by police. After being released from the hospital he was booked in jail on various charges.
4. Rique "Don Dreamer" Riquelma-Was wanted by police and arrested soon after. Was sent to serve time in a federal prison. He has been sent to jail on numerous occasions.

Eastside Rialto 13:King Street, Rialto Wickedz
1. OG Milo-He has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of King Street.
2. Salvador-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Chucky's older brother.
3. Chucky-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Salvador's younger brother.
4. Pelon-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz.

Westside Rialto 666 Locos 13:
1. Peter Soto-Pled guilty to first-degree murder for shooting a homeless man in Redlands over a dispute about a dog. He was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison.
2. Paul Soto-Paul Soto pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a seven-year sentence inprison for the shooting of Ricky Dean Davis, a 48-year-old homeless man.

Northside Rialto 13:High Life, Bohnert Street Locos, Malditos, Renisanz,
1. Steven "Cam-Capone" Camaion-Arrested in connection with Southside Rialto gang sweep. Over 15 guns were recovered from his home. Capone is a local Rialto rapper.
2. Luis Victor Barba-Charged with attempted murder and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Sentenced to jail time and three years formal probation.

Southside Rialto 13:Calle Sage Street, Los Monarchs Rifa
1. Mario "Lil Stomper" Valderrama-Arrested for the murder of Keith Parks in Redlands.
2. Donald Edward Sanchez-Booked for making terrorist threats, being a felon in possession of a firearm and participation in a criminal street gang. Arrested in Adelanto.
3. Manuel "Daffie" Espinoza-Charged with the murder of Joseph Aragon at a Riverside ave liquor store. Espinoza was never put in jail for the crime, he was gunned down by Rialto narcotics officers after a shoot out in Rialto.
4. Jason Trang-Arrested in 2001 for Possession of illegal drugs, served time in prison.
5. Albert Jaramillo-Arrested for vehicle theft and later a parole violation. He was also brought up in the gang injunction on SSR.
6. Joaquin Robert Zamora -Sentenced to prison in 1998 for Possessing stolen property. He was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood known as "The Flats." Home to one of San Bernardino's biggest gangs the Southside Verdugo Flats.
7. Jason Garfinkel-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He is a shot caller in the gang.
8. Marco "Stomper" Aguilar-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He was involved in a dispute were he pulled a neighbor out of his house and beat him, just for fun.
9. Stephanie Lenczyk-One of the few female members in SSR, Lenczyk has been arrested on various charges. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a Varrio Chula Vista gang member, after they got into an altercation because of him leaving her for another girl.
10. Ronald Montoya-Arrested for evading police and for being a felon in possession of ammunition. He was driving with documented members of Northside Redlands and another known gang associate.
11. Leo Carillo-Was a member of the Monarchs gang and the first member to be killed. He had been arrested for various offenses.
12. Richard "Dickie" Carranza-Was the president of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
13. Jaime Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
14. Julio Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.

South Los Gang 13:Baby Locos
1. Ricardo Lara-Found guilty of second degree robbery and attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder with a firearm enhancement, and found true that the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Lara as follows: 25 years to life on count 2, plus 15 years to life on the gang allegation, and 12 months (one-third the midterm of 36 months) on count 1, plus three years and four months (one-third the midterm of 10 years) on the gang allegation, plus one year for a prior prison term for shooting a Riverside county teen.
2. Christian Estelman Diaz-Accused of being the triggerman in the shooting of a suspected Southside Rialto Sage Street member.

Southside Rialto Playboyz 13:
1. David Ramon Cimental-Sentenced to 14 years in state prison for shooting 17-year-old Jose "Decaf" Morales, who he associated with a rival party crew, multiple times with a shotgun on New Years Eve 2005 outside King's Barbers, located in the 500 block of South Pepper Avenue.
2. Joshua Zamora "Knucclez" Gonzales-Sentenced to an aggregate prison term of 86 years eight months to life, consisting of an indeterminate term of 75 years to life and a determinate term of 11 years eight months for a shooting at a Colton party that ended with three gunshot victims.
3. Gilbert Dewitt "Notch" Isom-Arrested for a shooting at Anderson Park in which three African American males were shot. The shooting started as a fight at Rialto High between Hispanic students and a group of African American males. When the fight continued at Anderson park when school let out the shooting 21 year old Isom pulled out a gun and shot the three teens. One was listed in critical condition.
4. Max Cardenas-Arrested in connection with the murder of a valinda gang-member at a party in Rialto. Later released and cleared of all charges.
5. Juan Jose Cardenas -Convicted of first degree murder and attempted murder, with firearm use and gang enhancement findings. Cardenas shot a Valinda gang member at a house party in Rialto after a fight. Police say the victim, Ivan Vega, had been shot nine times with at least three different guns, two of which were revolvers and the third a semi-automatic. Eight of the shots had a downward trajectory and the remaining shot was fired at Vegas back at a distance of about one-half inch. Vega died of his wounds Cardenas was sentenced to a prison term of 80 years and 8 months to life.
6. Robert S. Morgan-Originally charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling in association with a criminal street gang, defendant, Robert S. Morgan, pled guilty to a lesser charge of being an accessory after the fact. He was placed on probation with gang terms, and appeals, challenging the finding that a motor vehicle was involved, and several conditions of probation imposed pursuant to the plea agreement. Nobody was shot in the incident.
7. Victor Reyes-Charged as a accessory after the fact, to a crime that was caused by another person dating his ex-girlfriend.

Northside Colton 13:Funny Company, Bloque Locos
1. James Garcia-Found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm and of possessing stolen property The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
2. Edward Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
3. Anthony Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
4. Frank Xavier Rodriguez-Sentenced to 77 years for murder.
5. Jimmy Edward Cotinola-Convicted of first degree murder with personal and intentional discharge of a firearm.
6. Joseph Farias-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Samuel Resendez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for possession of a deadly weapon charge.
8. Paul Henry Camarena-Plead guilty to forgery charges, and the prison term priors were stricken. The court imposed the upper term of three years in state prison.
9. Daniel Angel Lopez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
10. Joe Martin Rodriguez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
11. Joseph “Colorado Red” Arias-Arrested for accidentally shooting his crime partner "Spider" Arriaga during a robbery. Both were high ranking members in La Eme at the time of the incident. He and other Eme and Aryan Brotherhood members were also involved in a fight with Black Guerilla Family members in which BGF leader W. L. Nolen, Cleveland Edwards was killed by a prison gaurd. An A.B member was also shot but survived his wound in the melee at Soledad prison in 1970.
12. Guillermo Morales-Arrested and sent to prison for crimes committed in San Bernardino county, Ca.
13. Ruben Rodriguez-Booked into jail for attempt robbery after he and two other suspects robbed a Colton teen in a Northside park.

Eastside Colton Hanna Street Locos 13:
1. Tito Perez Sr.-A high ranking member of Eastside Colton, has been arrested on numerous charges.
2. Tito Perez Jr.-Charged with the murder of Alex Alaniz a Northside Colton gang member.
3. Eric "Puppet" Perez-Charged with carrying a loaded weapon for the benefit of a gang. The court committed appellant to CYA for a total of three years four months: 16 months, the low term, for the weapons possession, plus two consecutive years, also the low term, for the gang enhancement.
4. Vincent Christopher Lennon-Pled guilty to evading a police officer and unlawfully driving or taking a vehicle In return, defendant was placed on formal probation for a period of three years on various terms and conditions, including serving 180 days in county jail.
5. Eric Esquer-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
6. Arthur Guzman-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
7. Jacob Avila-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Avila’s prior criminal record included exhibiting a firearm.
8. Daniel Martinez-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez’s prior criminal record included tampering with marks on a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm.
9. David Vargas-Charged with possession of a deadly weapon in benefit of a street gang.
10. Daniel "Steilo" Lennon-Arrested on various charged as a juvenile and for possession of a stolen vehicle.
11. Freddy Joe Enriquez-Was wanted for various crimes committed in Colton when he was gunned down by police. Shot five times in the chest and twice in the head. As a result of the shooting Eastside Colton declared war on the Colton Police department.
12. David Bermudez-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
13. Jose Rivera-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
14. Dennis Berver-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.

Southside Colton La Paloma Lokos 13:
1. Andrew Robert Ramirez-Killed 19-year-old Michael McLeod outside a party was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
2. Salvador Sotelo-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
3. Angel Cardoza-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
4. Harold Rogers-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
5. Manuel John Sanchez-Arrested for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle and in connection with various parole violations.
6. Eric Andre Rivera-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the Aug. 4, 2007, slaying of a rival gang member in Bloomington. He was transferred from Wasco State Prison, where he was serving time for unrelated drug charges.
7. Macedonio Jose Arellano-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
8. Gina Marie Gomez-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
9. Andrew Ramirez-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
10. Matthew Delgado-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton. Also charged as a shooter in the death of Ramiro Martinez at a Colton park on the Southside of the city.
11. Vincent Ruiz-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. Ruis has also been arrested for rape by force or fear.
12. Michael Baisa-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.
13. David Jaurequi-Has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County. On June 15, 2012 he was arrested in a raid conducted by SMASH (San Bernardino Movement Against Street Hoodlums) in San Bernardino for a outstanding warrant, 90 people were arrested in all.

Westside Bloomas Number St. Locos 13:
1. Rigoberto Casillas-Charged with two counts of attempted premeditated murder on two separate victims. The defendant personally used a firearm to commit the crime and the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Recieved a sentence of 365 days in jail and 36 months probation.
2. Richard Henderson Jr.-Convicted by DDA Adam Pierce for possession of firearms by a felon. Henderson, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had 1 Glock pistol, 1 Soviet semi-automatic rifle, 2 rifles and 1 shotgun in his possession, 2 of which were stolen. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Roland Berry-High ranking Eme member from the Bloomington area. Arrested for various offenses.
4. John Gilbert Mata-Arrested and charged with the murder of Eduardo Gonzalez of Bloomington and Gregory Gutierrez and attempted murder of George Gutierrez in Bloomington on 9th and Pepper.

5. Jose Manuel Bueno Jr.-Arrested in his 9th Street home for a Bloomington shooting September 9th, 2012.

Southside Fontana 13:Chingones Slover Street, Trece Fontana Kings, Tha Hood Locos
1. Angel Valencia-Judge Ingrid A. Uhler sentenced Valencia a member of TFK May 27 in Fontana Superior Court to 115 years to life.
2. Andrew Valdivia-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison. Convicted of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Is a Member of TFK
3. Daniel Hernandez-Testified against Valencia and Valdivia during the trial in exchange for a plea bargain from prosecutors that carried a one-year jail sentence. Is a member of TFK
4. Daniel Moreno-Shot a two year old in front of his mother at a Burger King in Pomona. He was killed by police shortly after. He is a member of TFK.
5. Raymundo Lopez-Lopez shot officer Kevin Goltara March 15, 2003, when the officer stopped him and Rodriguez on Barbee Street in a stolen Pontiac that Rodriguez carjacked a day before. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
6. Vincent Rodriguez-Sentenced to 65 in shooting of officer Kevin Goltara, who survived the shooting.
7. Steven Anthony "Bandit" Dlugitch-Charged with one count of possession for sale of methamphetamine. The information also alleged that the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang.
8. Isaac Belmontez-Charged with two counts of attempted murder stemming from a Fontana gang shooting.
9. Fernando Brian Chavira-Charged with assault with a deadly weapon after he tried to stab a Fontana policeman. Chavira was shot in the incident but survived.
10. Ricardo Hernandez-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder. Upon release Hernandez was shot and killed by rival gang members. He is a member of THL.
11. Luis Antonio-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder.
12. Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr.-Killed his 11 week pregnant girlfriend and dumped her body in a trash can in a Southridge neighborhood. He is a member of TFK.
13. Ruben Macias-Found guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed Luis Martinez outside the Los Domingos cantina in Hesperia in 2006. Received more then 75 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
14. Salvador Orozco "Tio" Hernandez-High ranking Eme member who is currently serving a 10 year prison term on racketeering related charges. Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Alfred Hernandez-Serving 2 year sentence of possible Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
16. Angelo Sanchez-Was under Post Release Community Supervision, was taken into custody on suspicion of vehicle theft, street gang activity, and possession of stolen property. Police found a AK-47 assault rifle in a stolen car with him and fellow gang member, Jimmy Sandoval.
17. Jimmy Sandoval-Sandoval, 27, of Fontana, who was on parole as a result of AB 109, was arrested on suspicion of being a convict in possession of a firearm, vehicle theft, attempting to evade a police officer while driving recklessly and street gang activity.
18. Tim Cervantes-Arrested for pulling a gun a little girl. He is a member of TFK
19. David Rey Fierro-Defendant David Rey Fierro was convicted by a jury of first degree murder and two counts of robbery. The jury found true the special circumstance allegation that the murder was committed during the perpetration of a robbery and also returned a special finding that defendant shot and killed the victim. As to each count the jury also found that defendant used a firearm to commit the offense. The jury fixed the penalty at death. This appeal is automatic. He is a member of the CGS.
20. David "Coyote" Long-He is a O.G member of the Chingones, jailed for various offenses.
21. Big Bago-ahae is a O.G member of the Chingones. He has also been arrested for various crimes in San Bernardino County.
22. Johnny Bravo-Is a member of TFK, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
23. Ruben G-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
24. Cyco-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
25. Lil Smiley-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
26. Killer-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
27. Huero-He has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
28. Alex Hernandez-Stabbed by members of the Chingones gang. He is the brother of Daniel Hernandez, whom turned states evidence in a case involving fellow gang members for a reduced sentence.
29. Villian-Has served time in a California state prison.

Hard Times Posse 13:
1. Christian Ivan Sanchez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in futherance of a drug crime also aiding and abetting and causing an act to be done. Sentenced to 16 years in prison. Is said to be the leader of the gang.
2. Javier Torres-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
3. Richard Herring-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
4. Anthony Serrano-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
5. Joe Guerra-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
6. Hecter Torres-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
7. Nano-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
8. Raymond Montalvo-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Neighborhood Locos 13:
1. Miguel Angel "Little Insane" Gonzalez-Miguel was sentenced to an aggregate term of 50 years to life, plus 40 years 8 months, for killing a 18th street gang member and shooting at another. 18th Street had shot up the defendants house and the shooting came in retaliation of the events. Gonzalez was 15 at the time and the accussed gunman.
2. Silvester Junior "Insane" Gonzalez-Silvester was sentenced to 50 years to life, plus 30 years 8 months along with his brother in the murder of a 18th Street member. Although he did not shoot during the incident the jury still found that he was also responsible for the altercation. Silvester was 21 at the time of the shooting.
3. Rudy Leyva-Charged as an accessory in the murder of 18th Street member, Aldo Rodriguez and attempted murder of Albert Sandoval.
4. Jesus Sanchez-Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison.
5. Daniel Martinez "Crazy Demon" Limon--Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison. Daniel was 16 at the time of the shooting.
6. Daniel Luna Jr.-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in criminal street gang activity after shooting at a teenager whom he was having a dispute with.
7. Chavo Garcia-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Diablos 13:
1. Julio Cesar Sanchez-San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Sanchez to 25 years to life in prison, and sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander.
2. Adan Flores-Found guilty of second degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. The jury found that both crimes were committed in benefit of a local street gang. Flores also pled guilty to possession of meth for sale. He was sentenced concurrently to 46 years in prison.

Westside Headhunters 13:The Malos Clique
1. Ramon Gonzalez San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander during a shoot-out with a member of rival gang Fontana Diablos.
2. Chato-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Smokey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
4. Hazard-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Eastside Latin Kings 13:
1. Daniel "Serio" Hernandez Arrested for the stabbing of a Fontana teen. Was originally charged with attemted murder but due to a plea deal had the charge dropped to assault with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to a year in jail.

Another Latin Crew:
1. Anthony Roman Marquez-Took a plea deal in the deadly shooting of Diego Diaz who was on the dance floor at a Fontana party. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found Diaz in the back suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Central Insane Empire Fontana 13:
Big Vago-Served time in prison for various offenses commited in Fontana.
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Westside Raiders:
1. Freddy “Leo” Luque-Luque, who promoted fighting with fists, learned the perils of guns first hand. His left eye was destroyed when someone hit him with the trigger guard on a gun. And a shotgun blast that Luque fired as a warning ricocheted and struck a man in the head, paralyzing him. Luque served 18 months in a California Youth Authority jail. Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
2. Rudy Lopez-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.
3. Manuel “Mad Dog” Delgado-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena (Bullies) had acted in self defense.

Westside Bullies:
1. Rudy Sena-Charged with killing Robert “Webet” Garcia a member of the Raiders gang of San Bernardino, in a fight at the Johnson hall in the mid 1950's. Sena stomed on Garcia's chest which bruised his heart and ultimately killed him. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense. Sena's family moved out of San Bernardino never to return after the event.
2. Joe Espitia-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
3. Ramon Soto-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.
4. Cruz Galvan-Arrested for participating in the fight that Robert "Webet" Garcia was killed in. No one was ever prosecuted. A coroner’s jury ruled three days later that Sena had acted in self defense.

Westside Mount Vernon Monarchs:
1. Joe Avila-Was a member of the Mt. Vernon Monarchs gang before they left for Rialto. He has been arrested for various offenses.

Westside Verdugo SUR Crazy Ones 13:
1. Isaac Aguirre-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
2. Vincente Meza-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
3. Jesse "Jess Dog aka Worm" Chavez-Arrested for the murder of Mindy Flores and the attempted murder of Armando Ibarra.
4. Gary "Trusty" Roque-Arrested Charged with a triple shooting in SB that killed three.
5. Ernesto Aguirre-Sentenced to 50 years in prison for the broad daylight murder of ESC member Daniel Martinez in a Wal Greens parking lot on Mt. Vernon and Baseline in SB.
6. Dominick Carabajal-Arrested for various minor offenses.
7. Chango Moreno-Has been arrested for various offenses.
8. Victor Moran Angulo-Arrested in connection with a body that was found May 22, 2012 in a hole in the backyard of a residence in San Bernardino. The victims name was Angel Cortez, of San Bernardino, whose shot and burned body was found in a hole in the backyard of a home in the 200 block of East 11th Street.

Westside Verdugo Mt. Vernon Rifa 13:
1. Phillip "Chano" Chavez-High Ranking Eme member who had been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino. He and his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez were shot to death by Ernie "Leche" Carillo in retaliation for Chano's ordering the death of his nephew Michael Carillo.
2. Cisco James Hartsch-Convicted of three counts of first degree murder and one count of shooting at an inhabited dwelling. As to all counts, the jury found that he personally used a firearm. It returned a verdict of death, based on the special circumstance of multiple murder. In May 1993, a developmentally disabled man was robbed and shot to death in a school parking lot. Defendant told a cellmate he had committed the killing. In September 1993, defendant was part of a group that accosted a homeless couple. They beat and stabbed the man and stole his jacket, sweatshirt, and shirt. Hartsch resisted arrest and was subdued with pepper spray. In October 1994, while in a juvenile rehabilitation program, defendant forced a tentmate to orally copulate him. When confronted, defendant admitted the victim's allegations. In 1995, shortly before the murders in this case, defendant struck his former girlfriend Armanda Ramirez on two occasions.
3. Carlos Lopez-Sentence to spend a undetermined amount of time in prison. Lopez was one of two men who shot and killed Bobby "Big Tae" Brookins, a PDL gang member as he waited on the bus at a SB bus stop for no reason at all. Brookins cousin Byron was also shot but survived.
4. Manuel Luis Cruz-Sentenced to over 55 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
5. Alberto Arroyo-Sentenced to over 65 years in prison for the murder of Donald Woods in Victorville after Woods shielded his fiance from being shot in there home during a drive-by. Defendants also stabbed Woods friend Oscar Ramirez after a fistfight before the shooting. Woods was not present during the fight.
6. Benjamin Frank Chagolla-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
7. Steven Agudo-Pled guilty to second degree burglary and had admitted a gang enhancement stemming from an incident that took place on February 14, 2005.
8. Leonard Lara-Sentenced to 25 years to life plus a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The trial court also imposed a 10-year gang enhancement. Lara shot a man in the head with a shotgun on San Bernardino's westside.
9. Danny Maynard-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
10. Esgardo Ramirez-Arrested on suspicion of transportation of heroin, grand theft auto, possession of a stolen vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime.
11. Carlos Soto Jr.-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca. Soto was the cousin of Rojas.
12. Salvador Sandoval-Sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Jimmy Urbina after a altercation about defendant and a friend putting gas in the victims car after using it.
13. Jose Ramirez-While driving in a car with documented gang members from Northside Redlands and Southside Rialto Ramirez was found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun reported stolen in San Bernardino. Ramirez, a convicted felon, was arrested.
14. Jonathan Valencia-For the murder of Jose Vargas over a disagreement about a car, a jury convicted defendant, Jonathan Valencia, of first degree murder, during which he intentionally discharged a firearm, causing death. He was sentenced to prison for two consecutive terms of 25 years to life.
15. Richard Segura-Arrested for burglary and numerous other charges.
16. Jason Matthew Navarro-Charged with burglary and numerous other crimes.
17. Angel Robert Salazar-Salazar was charged with two counts of murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, with various enhancement allegations including that the offenses were committed to benefit a gang. Salazar's two strike offenses occurred on September 18, 1995, when he was 16 years old. Salazar was charged as an adult, and he pled guilty to attempted robbery, and to kidnapping with an enhancement for personal use of a firearm. The offenses to which he pled guilty were against a single victim. He was sentenced to eight years eight months in prison, consisting of five years for the kidnapping, three years for the firearm use, and eight months for the attempted robbery. He entered prison in 1997. At sentencing, Salazar requested that the trial court dismiss at least one of his strike priors so he could avoid a life sentence. The court declined his request and sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison.
18. Antonio Garcia-Johnny Alvarez (CSL) and Garcia were jointly tried for one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a firearm. The jury could not reach a verdict on the attempted murder charges, and the court declared a mistrial. The jury convicted on the remaining charges. The People dismissed the attempted murder charges.

Westside Verdugo 7th Street Calle Siete Locos 13:
1. Luis "Maldito" Mendoza-A founding member of the 7th street Locos Mendoza was sentenced to the death penalty for his role in the Dead Presidents case. A case which involved his childhood friend whom was killed by Mendoza and three others due to orders sent down from La Eme.
2. Lorenzo Inez Arias-A high ranking 7th street member also sentenced to the death penalty for his part in the Dead Presidents case.
3. Froylan Chiprez-Arrested in Tijuana by Mexican law enforcement officials who were working with the FBI’s Inland Regional Apprehension Team for his role in a quadruple homicide in San Bernardino.
4. John Adrian Ramriez-Sentenced to 12 years in prison in exchange for his testimony in Dead Presidents case.
5. Stacy Cheyenne Nunez-Barajas-Sentenced to one year of electronic monitoring and five years probation for her role in a 2006 murder-for-hire plot. She originally faced 27 years for the charge.
6. Erik Barajas-Received six months for his role in a highly publicized case linking him and his sister to the Mexican Mafia and the methamphetamine trade in the Inland Empire.
7. Deborah 'Cookie' Cortez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
8. Lisa 'Flaco' Rochas-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
9. Peter 'Wino' Amaya-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang. Amaya is accused of organizing the plot. The Amaya's have controlled gang activity on the Westside of San Bernardino since the incarceration of the Hernandez brothers.
10. Sean Milo "Scrappy" Rodriquez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
11. Lawrence 'Pelon' Cabrera-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
12. Nicole Rene Majarrez-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
13. Albert Angel "Spanky" Amaya-Reputed tax collector for Emero Salvador Hernandez is sentenced to serve a mandatory 25 years to life sentence under the three stikes law.
14. Janette V. Amaya-Received a six year prison term after pleading no contest to a charge of transporting heroin for sale. Amaya was convicted of the special circumstance of being a gang member and was alledged to have "recruited females to run guns and drugs and do other business for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Daniel Uruiza-Offered a plea deal of 16 years to life for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
16. Guillermo Garcia-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
17. Raymond Sullivan-Offered a plea deal in which he would recieve probation for the stabbing death of Los Angeles gang member Robert Banuelos at Arroyo High School.
18. Oswaldo Amezcua Ramirez-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
19. Jesse Lopez-Shot Carlos Bermudez Ortuno shortly after a verbal confrontation over the fact Ortuno had showed disrespect for defendant and his gang, 7th Street. Sentenced to an aggregate term of 42 years to life in state prison.
20. Salina Carabajal-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements arising out of the shooting, if she testified truthfully, she was to be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years in prison but recieved 4 years probation for the deadly SB shooting in which she was a getaway driver.
21. Johnnie "Krazie aka Johnnie Boy" Chagolla-Sentenced to 90 years in prison for robbery and murder of a local SB drug dealer.
22. Michael Anthony Rey-Charged with attempted murder of a police officer in SB. Rey was a minor at the time of the incident.
23. Jose Ralph "Jinxy" Marquez-Arrested and charged with assault with a firearm for shooting Jennifer Herrera in the leg. The trial court sentenced Marquez to a total term of 45 years to life in prison.
24. Michael "Chango" Monson Jr.-Charged with the shooting death of his mothers ex-boyfriend in San Bernardino. Monson claims he shot Jose Luis Moya in self defense.
25. Luis Martinez Gonzales-Sentenced to for years for killing 34-year-old Deena Serrano, after her daughter and a girl living in the Gonzales home were involved in a fight. Serrano a Colton resident, came to the house with members of a local gang and began to break windows. Gonzales fearing for he and his families safety shot and fatally hit the woman. He was sentenced to 4 years for man slaughter since it was a self-defense issue.
26. Miguel Angel Duke-Charged with conspiracy to commit murder and street terroism after an informant reported the plot to murder a "dropout" ex-member of the gang.
27. Robert Cirilo Rodriguez-Charged with storing ammunition for the Westside street gang that authorities say was planning to kill a “dropout” member. Rodriguez a documented member of the gang is also the father of two documented members arrested for thier parts in the plot.
28. George "Little Hoodlum" Jimenez-Arrested and charged with grand theft, vandalism and misdemeanor battery at the age of 16 in 1994. He recieved a short juvenile hall sentence and probation.
29. Erlindo Honesto-Arrested for selling guns to a undercover police officer posing as a gang member. Is the stepfather of two 7th Street members, Jose and Jesse Lopez.
30. Melicio Reyes-Sentenced to 130 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
31. Daniel "Psycho" Mendivil-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
32. Angelica Romero-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
33. Albert "Laughing Boy" Gutierrez-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days.
34. Dellaery Limon-Charged with the kidnapping of two women, one of whom was bound in an apartment closet for several days .Limon also faces an assault with deadly weapon charge for attacking one of the victims with a knife.
35. Jose Noya-Arrested and charged with murder.
36. Daniel Olguin-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
37. Yolanda Marie Trivizo-Sentenced to 25-years-to-life terms for killing and torturing Sean Bret Rounsville, 22, on March 1, 2005. Rounsville was said to be killed for not paying drug taxes while selling drugs in Westside Verdugo gang turf.
38. Steven Gregory Martin-accepted a plea agreement in 2005 and pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for his part in the torture and murder of 38 year old Sean Bret Rounsville.
39. James Fuentes-Sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing Francisco Ferreira in a drive-by shooting and the attempted murder of his brother, Ector Ferreira, and Abraham Lopez in 2002. The case gained national attention when Melquiades Rojas a WSV member testified against the duo and was killed for his actions.
40. Daniel Diaz Robles-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
41. Malo Fernandez-Arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas. Rojas testified against fellow WSV members after they killed a man who lived across the street from him. His bullet riddled body was found by construction workers in Beaumont, Ca.
42. Benny Ramirez-Arrested in connection with a burglary of that was committed at the house of Melquiades Jose "Chito" Rojas before he was slain.
43. Joseph Robledo-Arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a undercover Fontana police officer. Five Fontana plainclothes police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation that led them to San Bernardino's North K Street. They were sitting in their cars doing surveillance when a man approached one officer and brandished a handgun, police said. When the officer identified himself, the gunman, alleged to be Joseph Robledo, 26, started running. The officer started chasing him, at which time another gunman, alleged to be 22-year-old Ralph Larios, walked up and started shooting at the officer, hitting him in the leg. Another undercover officer, an eight-year veteran of the Fontana Police Department, came to the aid of the wounded officer. He shot and killed Larios, Hostetter said. Police canvassed the area and later found and arrested Robledo, but no gun was found.
44. Ralph Larios-Larios shot at Fontana detectives during a police stakeout striking one in the leg. He was killed by a eight year veteran of the Fontana police department.
45. Margarito "Cisco" Cortez Jr.-Arrested for crimes committed in 2003. He was shot and killed not too far from where he lived on Olive street in San Bernardino. He was on probation for a recent misdemeanor conviction of carrying a dagger at the time of his death.
46. Jose Navarro-A West Side Verdugo gang member, was convicted of murdering a young man who asked for a cigarette in October 2003.
47. Richard Aurelio "Lil Chorizo" Chagolla-Arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Melecio Alcantar who he shot in the head over a drug transaction. He also has a few burglaries and an evading police officers arrest on his record. He was killed in San Bernardino during a police chase in 2009.
48. Arturo Ortiz-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
49. Geahetta Amaya-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
50. Erlindo Honesto Jr.-A member of the San Bernardino County Mexican Mafia, he was arrested in a raid that was centered around Eme members from the Inland Empire.
51. Blacky-Has served time in a California state prison.
52. Johnny Alvarez-Defendant along with Antonio Garcia (MVR) was convicted of three counts of assault with a firearm for shooting three bystanders during a gang-related dispute. The jury found on each count that defendant was armed with and personally used a handgun, inflicted great bodily injury, and committed the crime for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced defendant to 33 years 4 months.
53. Johnny Ibarra-Has spent a lot of time in juvenile hall and jail. Was once accused of attempted murder but was later released.
54. Ronald Jaramillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.

Westside Verdugo Little Counts Gang 13:
1. Robert "Sportie" Beltran-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also arrested on charges of possessing narcotics for sale.
2. Robert Larios-Arrested in sweep for a murder that left one dead. Was also wanted for domestic violence and kidnapping stemming from an incident he was involved in.
3. Daniel" Danny Boy" Martinez-Plead guilty to one count of robbery and had admitted gang and firearm enhancements. He was to be sentenced to 25 years in prison but instead recieved a shortened 15 year sentence. The plea bargain was conditional on his truthful testimony. Martinez was a accomplice in a deadly SB shooting that left one dead.
4. Ruben Ray Jurado-Charged with attempted murder and multiple sentencing enhancements for using a firearm in the shooting that critically wounded Christoper Sullivan, an Afghanistan war veteran. Sullivan was wounded in a suicide bombing attack last year while serving with the military in Afghanistan. He suffered a cracked collarbone and brain damage. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in March 2012.
5. Ernie "Leche" Carillo-High ranking Eme member, charged in the deaths of Phillip "Chano" Chavez of MVR his cousin Patricio Rocha and Margie Martinez. The murder was retaliation for the murder of Carillo's nephew who was killed after he failed to make good on a promise he made while in jail. Ernie was killed a month later in retaliation for the murder.
6. Michael Carillo-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county. Is the nephew on Eme member Ernie "Leche" Carillo, he was killed for not making good on a promise he made to a the Eme.

Westside Verdugo Manor Boys 13:187 Murder Block
1. Victor "Big Vic" Gonzales-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county, he has since died
2. Black Mike-Arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county.
3. Big Jeff-A local San Bernardino rapper, arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino county

Westside Crazy Insane Mexicans:
1. Mark Amabisca-Arrested for stealing nearly a dozen handguns and rifles from the Magnum Range on South Lugo, in San Bernardino. His girlfriends brother died from being shot by one of the stolen guns as she played with it and it accidentally went off.

Southside Verdugo Flats Gang 13:Pear st, Congress st, Marijaunos
1. Bryant Jesus "Cee" Urias-Sentenced to 35 years in prison as part of a plea deal in killings of 4 San Bernardino residents in 2005 and 2006
2. Danny Moreno-Arrested in connection with a murder that occured in a San Bernardino half way house.
3. Frank Javier Cardona-Police seized 76 pounds of black tar heroin in Cardona's home located in an area controlled by the Verdugo Flats gang at 1277 W. King Street. Prosecutors charged the Cardona with possession of a controlled substance, heroin, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a peace officer. Cardona was also charged with discharging a firearm with gross negligence.
4.Joseph Vigal-Arrested on various charges, is a known Eme Carnal.
5. Maximo Lucas Sistoza-Arrested for the murder of a fellow member of SSVF, after a brief altercation. Sistoza viewed the victim as a outsider of the gang. He was also accused in a unrelated shooting on Pear Street that was also said to be gang related.
6. Louis Vidaurri-Held and charged in four SB shootings that happened in 2007 and 2008.
7. Matthew Austin Solari-Arrested for the murder of Rey Flores in front of his home in San Bernardino. The shooting came up as a result of a ongoing dispute between the two.
8. Marco Antonio Pimentel-Pimentel is charged with the death of Luis Miguel Mendoza, shot in his Highland apartment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, cultivating marijuana and being a prohibited person to own ammunition, according to court records.
9. Robert Richard "Flaquito" Chavez Sr.-Arrested and charged with the murder of Jason Ray Martinez a rival from a Colton street gang. Chavez's son had been killed by Ontario gang members but the defendant thought members of Martinez's gang were responsible for the murder.
10 Robert Richard Chavez Jr.-Arrested on various charges, was killed by Ontario gang members in Colton at a crowded restaurant.
11. Ricardo Mercado Preciado-Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino.
12. Matias Castillo Lomeli-The father of Ricardo Mercado Preciado, Arrested for various offenses in and around San Bernardino. He was killed in the 1200 block of West Congress Street, where police responded to reports of shots fired, officials said.
13. Unnamed Minor-Arrested and charged with the killing of 21-year-old 7th Street member Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino. Espino was found dead Sunday with a gunshot wound to his head in his silver Honda Pilot parked at the end of the cul-de-sac in the 200 block of South Lenore Avenue. The minor was arrested in the 1200 block of Congress and booked into a juvenile detention facility.
14. Esequiel Cisneros-Arrested for the murder of Gregorio "Chile" Gonzales, who was visiting a memorial made for Michael Alejandro "Whitie" Espino who was shot and killed in the same spot just weeks prior to his death. Witnesses say that "Cisneros came up to them, asked if they were from the Westside and started shooting.

Eastside Verdugo Meadowbrook Rifa 13:
1. Albert Alexander "Fatboy" Calvillo-Sentenced to more than 31 years in state prison in the 2007 shooting death of Terry Covington and wounding of Covington's younger brother outside a Second Street apartment complex.
2. Mike Garcia Jr.-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
3. Cesar Pulido-Sentenced to life in prison without parole for beating death of 87 year old woman in San Bernardino.
4. Jesse Samuel Carranza-Shot 15 year old Steve Guzman of San Bernardino on Belle st. Police Department’s gang unit saw Carranza leaving a residence in the 200 block of East Kingman Street and get in a vehicle. Carranza was stopped near 4th Street and Sierra Way, where he was arrested. Jesse Samuel Carranza was released from jail on Wednesday, 2012 five days after police arrested him on suspicion of murder. Police booked him into jail after witnesses identified him as the man who shot Steven Guzman on Jan. 27 near Belle Avenue and 15th Street. Guzman died of his wounds at a hospital, authorities said. Police said they discussed the case with the District Attorney's Office and determined the evidence was inconclusive that Carranza was a suspect, said police spokesman Paul Williams.
5. Joseph "Sinner" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of "Ponci" and the cousin of Bobby.
6. "Ponci" Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the brother of Joseph and the cousin of Bobby.
7. Bobby Samaro-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is the cousin of both "Ponci" and Joseph.
8. Chito-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
9. Robert Meraz-Arrested for various minor offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
10. Philip Castillo-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.
11. Hankle "Smoke-Dawg" Meraz-Arrested for various offenses in the Inland Empire.

Eastside Verdugo Valley Gang 13:
1. Luis "Triste" Aguilar-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
2. Triggers-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
3. Goofy-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Eastside Verdugo Dwight Way Gang 13:
1. Jeremy James Figueroa-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
2. Emilio Roberto Guerrero III-Suspected in the shooting deaths of Roberto Elizarraraz Jr., 19, of Highland, and Angel Xavier Perez, 28, of Redlands, out the complex in the 1400 block of North Sepulveda Avenue.
3. Ralph Montecino Ryan-Arrested in connextion with the shooting death of Los Angeles gang member James Charles Ramirez on Fairfax Drive in eastern San Bernardino. The victim had apparently been harrassed by local gang members because of his affiliation.
4. Heriberto Millan-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.
5. E-Monster-Arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses.

Varrio Eastside 13:
1. Anthony "Wicked" Kelly-Charged with robbery, carjacking, first degree murder under, attempted murder, and evading an officer with willful disregard for the safety of persons and property. It was also alleged that defendant either discharged or personally used a firearm. It was further alleged that defendant had one prior strike conviction. Sentenced to 114 years to life in prison.
2. Daniel Hernandez-Arrested along with Anthony Kelly, he was involved with one of the cases that Kelly was convicted and charged with.

Varrio Redlands 13:
1. Mathew Ruben Manzano-Sentenced to life without parole for killing Raymond Holguin Jr. of Mentone, who had testified against him in a 2001 carjacking case. Manzano shot the man in the head seven times, wounded the man's 2-day-old son and shot and killed the man's stepfather.
2. Eric Estrada-Charged with murder for taking part the death of Raymond Holguin Jr.
3. Armando Fonseca-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the shooting death of a Mentone man and his stepfather, and also the wounding of the mans 2 day old son.
4. David Michael "Risky" Lopez-Charged with conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute, Distribute, and Aid and Abet the Distribution of Methamphetamine. Sentenced to 30 months (2 1/2 years) for the crimes.
5. Thomas Cose-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
6. David Diaz-Got in a fight with the victim before stabbing him and fleeing.They were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.
7. Anthony Legaspi-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, the suspected shooter along with John David Salazar, Jose Ramon Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
8. John David Salazar-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Legaspi, Salazar, Lara and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
9. Jose Ramon Lara-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands. Lara is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. John David Salazar, Anthony Legaspi and Adrian Powers face up to 220 years in prison if convicted.
10. Adrian Powers-Charged with the murder of two Outrageous 1's Crip associates and the wounding of two others, in a apartment complex in Northern Redlands.
11. Lil E-A local Redlands rapper arrested in San Bernardino county for various offenses. Currently serving a life sentence in Chino State Prison.
12. Randy Ortis-Charged with shooting three people outside Charlie Jewell’s bar and grill at 1 East State Street in Redlands.
13. Alejandro Maciel Sanchez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
14. Juan Rene Gonzalez-Witnesses told police a group of neighbors confronted several individuals tagging property in the area. One of the suspects reportedly began firing at the residents, striking a 55-year-old man in the arm. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Police arrested Sanchez and Gonzalez a short time later.
15. Gilly-Currently serving a life sentence in San Quentin State Prison.
16. Drifter-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
17. Lil Sal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
18. Dopey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
19. Criminal-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
20. Shyboi-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
21. B­rownie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
22. Smilie-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
23. Stranger-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
24. Knighto­wl-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
25. Toro-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Northside Redlands Lokos 13:
1. Jason Xavier "Luckie" Gonzales-Arrested for the killing of Rhonda Rose Santellanez, 24, who was shot in her home in the 7000 block of Grove Avenue in Highland. The case was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
2. Paul Rene Prado-Faces life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old Adrian Valdovinos in Redlands.
3. David Martinez-Arrested in 2000 for a assault on a peace officer sentenced to 10 years in prison. While incarcerated was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Martinez called a member of his gang from prison to order the killing of a fellow gang member from Northside Redlands. Martinez also served time in 1993 for shooting at an unoccupied vehicle.
4. Jason Marcus Cardoza-Arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of Firearm and Ammunition and also conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine. Also in a later eventwhile attempting to flee police Cardoza, threw a loaded semi-automatic handgun which had been reported stolen in Yucaipa. He was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. He was driving with other known gang members.
5. Manuel Robert Chavez-Convicted of first degree murder, during which he used a firearm and discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. The jury further found that a principal had discharged a firearm, proximately causing death. Chavez was sentenced to prison for two consecutive 25-year-to-life terms.
6. Mathew Xavier Lopez-Convicted of second degree murder. Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Chavez and Lopez went looking for Varrio Redlands members after Lopez's house was shot at by them. Instead they found the victim and his two nephews who were drunk and got into a altercation with the defendants. The Defendants then shot the victim who was not a gangmember, he died from his wounds.
7. Oscar Omar Correa-Arrested at his home in Riverside for shooting a Colton gang member at a party in Redlands.
8. Raymond Mendoza-Arrested along with members of Varrio Pecan Street in Moreno Valley for the murder of a member of Sex Cash.
9. Gino Gonzales-Arrested in Federal Rico case along with members of Westside Verdugo and Varrio Redlands for various crimes.
10. Felipe Fraga-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.
11. Martin Mendez-Suspect was booked into the San Bernardino County Jail on Vandalism and Gang Enhancement charges.

Eastside Highland Colonial 13:
1. Lucio John "Little Creeper" Audelo-Sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of Lazaro Espino a KBS member.
2. Eddie "Little Boxer" Meza-Arrested as an accomplice to the murder of Lazaro Espino.
3. Lorenzo Gomez-Was involved in a police pursuit in Highland that ended with the suspect being critically wounded by police. After being released from the hospital he was booked in jail on various charges.
4. Rique "Don Dreamer" Riquelma-Was wanted by police and arrested soon after. Was sent to serve time in a federal prison. He has been sent to jail on numerous occasions.

Eastside Rialto 13:King Street, Rialto Wickedz
1. OG Milo-He has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of King Street.
2. Salvador-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Chucky's older brother.
3. Chucky-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz. He is also Salvador's younger brother.
4. Pelon-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire. Is a member of the Rialto Wickedz.

Westside Rialto 666 Locos 13:
1. Peter Soto-Pled guilty to first-degree murder for shooting a homeless man in Redlands over a dispute about a dog. He was sentenced to 29 years to life in prison.
2. Paul Soto-Paul Soto pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to a seven-year sentence inprison for the shooting of Ricky Dean Davis, a 48-year-old homeless man.

Northside Rialto 13:High Life, Bohnert Street Locos, Malditos, Renisanz,
1. Steven "Cam-Capone" Camaion-Arrested in connection with Southside Rialto gang sweep. Over 15 guns were recovered from his home. Capone is a local Rialto rapper.
2. Luis Victor Barba-Charged with attempted murder and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Sentenced to jail time and three years formal probation.

Southside Rialto 13:Calle Sage Street, Los Monarchs Rifa
1. Mario "Lil Stomper" Valderrama-Arrested for the murder of Keith Parks in Redlands.
2. Donald Edward Sanchez-Booked for making terrorist threats, being a felon in possession of a firearm and participation in a criminal street gang. Arrested in Adelanto.
3. Manuel "Daffie" Espinoza-Charged with the murder of Joseph Aragon at a Riverside ave liquor store. Espinoza was never put in jail for the crime, he was gunned down by Rialto narcotics officers after a shoot out in Rialto.
4. Jason Trang-Arrested in 2001 for Possession of illegal drugs, served time in prison.
5. Albert Jaramillo-Arrested for vehicle theft and later a parole violation. He was also brought up in the gang injunction on SSR.
6. Joaquin Robert Zamora -Sentenced to prison in 1998 for Possessing stolen property. He was gunned down in a San Bernardino neighborhood known as "The Flats." Home to one of San Bernardino's biggest gangs the Southside Verdugo Flats.
7. Jason Garfinkel-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He is a shot caller in the gang.
8. Marco "Stomper" Aguilar-Arrested in Rialto gang raid along with other members of Sage Street. He was involved in a dispute were he pulled a neighbor out of his house and beat him, just for fun.
9. Stephanie Lenczyk-One of the few female members in SSR, Lenczyk has been arrested on various charges. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a Varrio Chula Vista gang member, after they got into an altercation because of him leaving her for another girl.
10. Ronald Montoya-Arrested for evading police and for being a felon in possession of ammunition. He was driving with documented members of Northside Redlands and another known gang associate.
11. Leo Carillo-Was a member of the Monarchs gang and the first member to be killed. He had been arrested for various offenses.
12. Richard "Dickie" Carranza-Was the president of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
13. Jaime Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.
14. Julio Garcia-Was a member of the Monarchs gang. He has been arrested for various offenses.

South Los Gang 13:Baby Locos
1. Ricardo Lara-Found guilty of second degree robbery and attempted willful, deliberate, and premeditated murder with a firearm enhancement, and found true that the offenses were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. The court sentenced Lara as follows: 25 years to life on count 2, plus 15 years to life on the gang allegation, and 12 months (one-third the midterm of 36 months) on count 1, plus three years and four months (one-third the midterm of 10 years) on the gang allegation, plus one year for a prior prison term for shooting a Riverside county teen.
2. Christian Estelman Diaz-Accused of being the triggerman in the shooting of a suspected Southside Rialto Sage Street member.

Southside Rialto Playboyz 13:
1. David Ramon Cimental-Sentenced to 14 years in state prison for shooting 17-year-old Jose "Decaf" Morales, who he associated with a rival party crew, multiple times with a shotgun on New Years Eve 2005 outside King's Barbers, located in the 500 block of South Pepper Avenue.
2. Joshua Zamora "Knucclez" Gonzales-Sentenced to an aggregate prison term of 86 years eight months to life, consisting of an indeterminate term of 75 years to life and a determinate term of 11 years eight months for a shooting at a Colton party that ended with three gunshot victims.
3. Gilbert Dewitt "Notch" Isom-Arrested for a shooting at Anderson Park in which three African American males were shot. The shooting started as a fight at Rialto High between Hispanic students and a group of African American males. When the fight continued at Anderson park when school let out the shooting 21 year old Isom pulled out a gun and shot the three teens. One was listed in critical condition.
4. Max Cardenas-Arrested in connection with the murder of a valinda gang-member at a party in Rialto. Later released and cleared of all charges.
5. Juan Jose Cardenas -Convicted of first degree murder and attempted murder, with firearm use and gang enhancement findings. Cardenas shot a Valinda gang member at a house party in Rialto after a fight. Police say the victim, Ivan Vega, had been shot nine times with at least three different guns, two of which were revolvers and the third a semi-automatic. Eight of the shots had a downward trajectory and the remaining shot was fired at Vegas back at a distance of about one-half inch. Vega died of his wounds Cardenas was sentenced to a prison term of 80 years and 8 months to life.
6. Robert S. Morgan-Originally charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling in association with a criminal street gang, defendant, Robert S. Morgan, pled guilty to a lesser charge of being an accessory after the fact. He was placed on probation with gang terms, and appeals, challenging the finding that a motor vehicle was involved, and several conditions of probation imposed pursuant to the plea agreement. Nobody was shot in the incident.
7. Victor Reyes-Charged as a accessory after the fact, to a crime that was caused by another person dating his ex-girlfriend.

Northside Colton 13:Funny Company, Bloque Locos
1. James Garcia-Found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm and of possessing stolen property The jury also found true the allegation that the crimes were committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
2. Edward Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
3. Anthony Hernandez-Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences in state prison for three murders.
4. Frank Xavier Rodriguez-Sentenced to 77 years for murder.
5. Jimmy Edward Cotinola-Convicted of first degree murder with personal and intentional discharge of a firearm.
6. Joseph Farias-Arrested on various charges is a known Eme Carnal.
7. Samuel Resendez-Sentenced to 4 years in prison for possession of a deadly weapon charge.
8. Paul Henry Camarena-Plead guilty to forgery charges, and the prison term priors were stricken. The court imposed the upper term of three years in state prison.
9. Daniel Angel Lopez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
10. Joe Martin Rodriguez-Found guilty of killing two Colton teens. One teen was shot and killed when he was asked by the defendants "where he was from" and answered he was a affilated with Westside Verdugo but not a member. After they killed teenager Michael Faria , they kidnapped and killed 14 year old Jessica Salazar in High Grove for being a witness to the murder. Sentenced to life in prison without the possibilty of parole.
11. Joseph “Colorado Red” Arias-Arrested for accidentally shooting his crime partner "Spider" Arriaga during a robbery. Both were high ranking members in La Eme at the time of the incident. He and other Eme and Aryan Brotherhood members were also involved in a fight with Black Guerilla Family members in which BGF leader W. L. Nolen, Cleveland Edwards was killed by a prison gaurd. An A.B member was also shot but survived his wound in the melee at Soledad prison in 1970.
12. Guillermo Morales-Arrested and sent to prison for crimes committed in San Bernardino county, Ca.
13. Ruben Rodriguez-Booked into jail for attempt robbery after he and two other suspects robbed a Colton teen in a Northside park.

Eastside Colton Hanna Street Locos 13:
1. Tito Perez Sr.-A high ranking member of Eastside Colton, has been arrested on numerous charges.
2. Tito Perez Jr.-Charged with the murder of Alex Alaniz a Northside Colton gang member.
3. Eric "Puppet" Perez-Charged with carrying a loaded weapon for the benefit of a gang. The court committed appellant to CYA for a total of three years four months: 16 months, the low term, for the weapons possession, plus two consecutive years, also the low term, for the gang enhancement.
4. Vincent Christopher Lennon-Pled guilty to evading a police officer and unlawfully driving or taking a vehicle In return, defendant was placed on formal probation for a period of three years on various terms and conditions, including serving 180 days in county jail.
5. Eric Esquer-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
6. Arthur Guzman-Charged with second degree robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and were alleged to have personally used a knife in the commission of the offenses, and to have committed them for the benefit of a street gang.
7. Jacob Avila-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Avila’s prior criminal record included exhibiting a firearm.
8. Daniel Martinez-Pled guilty to attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon and admitted allegations that they personally used a shotgun in the commission of the attempted murder, personally inflicted great bodily injury in the commission of the assault with a deadly weapon, and committed the offenses for the benefit of a street gang. Martinez’s prior criminal record included tampering with marks on a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm.
9. David Vargas-Charged with possession of a deadly weapon in benefit of a street gang.
10. Daniel "Steilo" Lennon-Arrested on various charged as a juvenile and for possession of a stolen vehicle.
11. Freddy Joe Enriquez-Was wanted for various crimes committed in Colton when he was gunned down by police. Shot five times in the chest and twice in the head. As a result of the shooting Eastside Colton declared war on the Colton Police department.
12. David Bermudez-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
13. Jose Rivera-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.
14. Dennis Berver-Arrested on suspicion of vandalism, participating in a gang, violating probation and other charges.

Southside Colton La Paloma Lokos 13:
1. Andrew Robert Ramirez-Killed 19-year-old Michael McLeod outside a party was sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
2. Salvador Sotelo-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
3. Angel Cardoza-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
4. Harold Rogers-The suspects face myriad charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, sales of illegal drugs, weapons violations, conspiracy and being under the influence of controlled substances.
5. Manuel John Sanchez-Arrested for burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle and in connection with various parole violations.
6. Eric Andre Rivera-Charged with murder and attempted murder for the Aug. 4, 2007, slaying of a rival gang member in Bloomington. He was transferred from Wasco State Prison, where he was serving time for unrelated drug charges.
7. Macedonio Jose Arellano-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
8. Gina Marie Gomez-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
9. Andrew Ramirez-Sentenced to life in prison for being the gunman in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton.
10. Matthew Delgado-Arrested and charged for being the get-away driver in the murder/robbery of Michael McLeod outside of a party in Colton. Also charged as a shooter in the death of Ramiro Martinez at a Colton park on the Southside of the city.
11. Vincent Ruiz-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. Ruis has also been arrested for rape by force or fear.
12. Michael Baisa-Ruiz and Baisa were arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing of 25-year-old Andy Nath in San Bernardino. Ruiz was booked at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. Baisa was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.
13. David Jaurequi-Has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County. On June 15, 2012 he was arrested in a raid conducted by SMASH (San Bernardino Movement Against Street Hoodlums) in San Bernardino for a outstanding warrant, 90 people were arrested in all.

Westside Bloomas Number St. Locos 13:
1. Rigoberto Casillas-Charged with two counts of attempted premeditated murder on two separate victims. The defendant personally used a firearm to commit the crime and the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. Recieved a sentence of 365 days in jail and 36 months probation.
2. Richard Henderson Jr.-Convicted by DDA Adam Pierce for possession of firearms by a felon. Henderson, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had 1 Glock pistol, 1 Soviet semi-automatic rifle, 2 rifles and 1 shotgun in his possession, 2 of which were stolen. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
3. Roland Berry-High ranking Eme member from the Bloomington area. Arrested for various offenses.
4. John Gilbert Mata-Arrested and charged with the murder of Eduardo Gonzalez of Bloomington and Gregory Gutierrez and attempted murder of George Gutierrez in Bloomington on 9th and Pepper.

5. Jose Manuel Bueno Jr.-Arrested in his 9th Street home for a Bloomington shooting September 9th, 2012.

Southside Fontana 13:Chingones Slover Street, Trece Fontana Kings, Tha Hood Locos
1. Angel Valencia-Judge Ingrid A. Uhler sentenced Valencia a member of TFK May 27 in Fontana Superior Court to 115 years to life.
2. Andrew Valdivia-Sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison. Convicted of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Is a Member of TFK
3. Daniel Hernandez-Testified against Valencia and Valdivia during the trial in exchange for a plea bargain from prosecutors that carried a one-year jail sentence. Is a member of TFK
4. Daniel Moreno-Shot a two year old in front of his mother at a Burger King in Pomona. He was killed by police shortly after. He is a member of TFK.
5. Raymundo Lopez-Lopez shot officer Kevin Goltara March 15, 2003, when the officer stopped him and Rodriguez on Barbee Street in a stolen Pontiac that Rodriguez carjacked a day before. Sentenced to 40 years in prison.
6. Vincent Rodriguez-Sentenced to 65 in shooting of officer Kevin Goltara, who survived the shooting.
7. Steven Anthony "Bandit" Dlugitch-Charged with one count of possession for sale of methamphetamine. The information also alleged that the offense was committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang.
8. Isaac Belmontez-Charged with two counts of attempted murder stemming from a Fontana gang shooting.
9. Fernando Brian Chavira-Charged with assault with a deadly weapon after he tried to stab a Fontana policeman. Chavira was shot in the incident but survived.
10. Ricardo Hernandez-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder. Upon release Hernandez was shot and killed by rival gang members. He is a member of THL.
11. Luis Antonio-Charged with Kidnapping and attempted murder.
12. Jesus Francisco Avitia Jr.-Killed his 11 week pregnant girlfriend and dumped her body in a trash can in a Southridge neighborhood. He is a member of TFK.
13. Ruben Macias-Found guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed Luis Martinez outside the Los Domingos cantina in Hesperia in 2006. Received more then 75 years to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
14. Salvador Orozco "Tio" Hernandez-High ranking Eme member who is currently serving a 10 year prison term on racketeering related charges. Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
15. Alfred Hernandez-Serving 2 year sentence of possible Is a high ranking member over the Inland Empire for the Mexican Mafia.
16. Angelo Sanchez-Was under Post Release Community Supervision, was taken into custody on suspicion of vehicle theft, street gang activity, and possession of stolen property. Police found a AK-47 assault rifle in a stolen car with him and fellow gang member, Jimmy Sandoval.
17. Jimmy Sandoval-Sandoval, 27, of Fontana, who was on parole as a result of AB 109, was arrested on suspicion of being a convict in possession of a firearm, vehicle theft, attempting to evade a police officer while driving recklessly and street gang activity.
18. Tim Cervantes-Arrested for pulling a gun a little girl. He is a member of TFK
19. David Rey Fierro-Defendant David Rey Fierro was convicted by a jury of first degree murder and two counts of robbery. The jury found true the special circumstance allegation that the murder was committed during the perpetration of a robbery and also returned a special finding that defendant shot and killed the victim. As to each count the jury also found that defendant used a firearm to commit the offense. The jury fixed the penalty at death. This appeal is automatic. He is a member of the CGS.
20. David "Coyote" Long-He is a O.G member of the Chingones, jailed for various offenses.
21. Big Bago-ahae is a O.G member of the Chingones. He has also been arrested for various crimes in San Bernardino County.
22. Johnny Bravo-Is a member of TFK, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
23. Ruben G-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
24. Cyco-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
25. Lil Smiley-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
26. Killer-Is a member of the Chingones, he has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
27. Huero-He has been arrested for various offenses in San Bernardino County.
28. Alex Hernandez-Stabbed by members of the Chingones gang. He is the brother of Daniel Hernandez, whom turned states evidence in a case involving fellow gang members for a reduced sentence.
29. Villian-Has served time in a California state prison.

Hard Times Posse 13:
1. Christian Ivan Sanchez-Charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in futherance of a drug crime also aiding and abetting and causing an act to be done. Sentenced to 16 years in prison. Is said to be the leader of the gang.
2. Javier Torres-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
3. Richard Herring-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
4. Anthony Serrano-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
5. Joe Guerra-Arrested in raid where police seized nearly 27 pounds of methamphetamine and 35 pounds of marijuana, in addition to cocaine, crack cocaine and black tar heroin. They also confiscated 31 firearms, nearly $28,000 in cash and four vehicles.
6. Hecter Torres-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
7. Nano-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.
8. Raymond Montalvo-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Neighborhood Locos 13:
1. Miguel Angel "Little Insane" Gonzalez-Miguel was sentenced to an aggregate term of 50 years to life, plus 40 years 8 months, for killing a 18th street gang member and shooting at another. 18th Street had shot up the defendants house and the shooting came in retaliation of the events. Gonzalez was 15 at the time and the accussed gunman.
2. Silvester Junior "Insane" Gonzalez-Silvester was sentenced to 50 years to life, plus 30 years 8 months along with his brother in the murder of a 18th Street member. Although he did not shoot during the incident the jury still found that he was also responsible for the altercation. Silvester was 21 at the time of the shooting.
3. Rudy Leyva-Charged as an accessory in the murder of 18th Street member, Aldo Rodriguez and attempted murder of Albert Sandoval.
4. Jesus Sanchez-Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison.
5. Daniel Martinez "Crazy Demon" Limon--Charged with attempted murder and other crimes after he and another member of the NHL's fired a shotgun at a vehicle that they thought was carrying rival gang members from Westside Rivas. The victims denied any gang affiliations and the defendants were both sentenced to 40 years in prison. Daniel was 16 at the time of the shooting.
6. Daniel Luna Jr.-Arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and participation in criminal street gang activity after shooting at a teenager whom he was having a dispute with.
7. Chavo Garcia-Served time for various offenses committed in Fontana.

Westside Fontana Diablos 13:
1. Julio Cesar Sanchez-San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Sanchez to 25 years to life in prison, and sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander.
2. Adan Flores-Found guilty of second degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. The jury found that both crimes were committed in benefit of a local street gang. Flores also pled guilty to possession of meth for sale. He was sentenced concurrently to 46 years in prison.

Westside Headhunters 13:The Malos Clique
1. Ramon Gonzalez San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael Smith sentenced Ramon Gonzalez to 29 years to life, after a jury rejected their claims of self-defense and found both of them guilty of Estrada’s murder, a innocent bystander during a shoot-out with a member of rival gang Fontana Diablos.
2. Chato-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
3. Smokey-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.
4. Hazard-Has been arrested for various offenses in and around the Inland Empire.

Eastside Latin Kings 13:
1. Daniel "Serio" Hernandez Arrested for the stabbing of a Fontana teen. Was originally charged with attemted murder but due to a plea deal had the charge dropped to assault with a deadly weapon. Sentenced to a year in jail.

Another Latin Crew:
1. Anthony Roman Marquez-Took a plea deal in the deadly shooting of Diego Diaz who was on the dance floor at a Fontana party. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found Diaz in the back suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Central Insane Empire Fontana 13:
Big Vago-Served time in prison for various offenses commited in Fontana.

does any one know what happened to that foo from ws verdugo that the police shot in the face after they chased him and he ran into an apartment?

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