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Sunday, 9 August 2009

The “Dream Team.” organized criminal enterprise that committed bank robberies and armed robberies around Genesee County

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charged 21 individuals who were part of an organized criminal enterprise that committed bank robberies and armed robberies around Genesee County over the past few years. The names and birthdates of those charged are:
Dwayne Dejuan Alexander, 5/02/90
Raymond Louis Brown III, 4/28/90
Jequillian Tyran Chandler, 5/18/89
Sharron Frederick Criss, 9/07/90
Demetrius Damon Earl, 6/15/88
Denell Dequan Jenkins, 6/28/88
Quavone Corandas Jenkins, 5/29/91
Troy Mackner Jiles, 4/15/89
Robert Lee Lewis, 9/17/90
Shukariya Loetrian Mason, 10/27/91
Javonte Tyreece McMillian, 1/04/90
Isaac Ryan Moore, 4/04/85
Datwain Lee Perkins, 5/16/90
Darrius Jequan Robinson, 1/23/1989
Devonta Montez Smith, 4/24/90
Kalien Kenard Stubbs, 3/21/90
Michael Courtney Wilbon, 12/05/91
Rashulae Alola Wilbon-Streeter, 12/27/90
Eric Darnell Williams, 8/31/89
Tashuan Cortez Woodley, 11/25/89
Prosecutor Leyton said that his office began receiving reports around 3-4 years ago involving a group of young criminals who called themselves the “Dream Team.” They were involved with drug activity, robberies, various other crimes, and conflicts with other local gangs. Over time, they began to associate with members of a local rap group called the “Block Boyz” and, eventually, they combined together and took on the street name of “Dynasty.” Additionally, some of the members of this gang associated themselves with yet another group who called themselves “FOE” which stood for Family Over Everything.Over time, local law enforcement agencies and the Prosecutor’s Office began to piece together a pattern of criminal activity that involved bank robberies and armed robberies in the City of Flint, Flint Township, Grand Blanc Township, and the City of Burton.The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) were brought into the investigation and last month, July 2009, 21 arrest warrants were authorized and around 20 search warrants were executed by the ATF and Grand Blanc Township police with the aid of local agencies. During the execution of those search warrants, numerous guns were found along with other incriminating evidence pointing to gang activity. Arrest warrants have been issued against 21 individuals and 20 of the 21 have either been arrested or have turned themselves in and are awaiting preliminary examinations in 67th District Court. In all, More than 260 counts have been charged.Charges against these individuals include:armed robbery and bank robbery which carry a penalty of life in prison or any term of years;conducting a criminal enterprise and conspiracy to conduct a criminal enterprise, both 20-year felonies with possible fines of One Hundred Thousand Dollars along with forfeiture of all proceeds from the criminal activities; and various gun charges.The robberies took place at various gas stations, banks, and stores in Grand Blanc Township, Burton, Flint Township, and the City of Flint.

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