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Friday, 15 January 2010

Eastside Banning Sapos six subjects were detained.

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Sean Rayfield, Robert Hood, Daniel Rocha and Joseph Lavoie, all 18, as well as Christopher Lavoie, 20, were taken into custody Jan.6 after being identified by one of the victims and witnesses of the assualt. San Gorgonio Special Operations Gang Task Force members identified the subjects as known Eastside Banning Sapos gang members. A sixth person, Sonia Cuevas, was also detained by police.On Wednesday, Jan. 6 at about 11:30 p.m. Banning police officers responded to Repplier Park at the intersection 4th and George streets, in reference to a report that several Hispanic male subjects were assaulting two victims.The reporting party said the suspects were seen fleeing the area in a white Jeep Cherokee, the release states. Team members of the San Gorgonio Special Operations Gang Task Force, later located the vehicle matching the description at the intersection of Sunset Avenue and Wilson Street.
Six subjects later identified as Sonia Cuevas, Sean Rayfield, Robert Hood, Christopher Lavoie, Daniel Rocha and Joseph Lavoie occupied the vehicle. All six subjects were detained.According to the release, during the investigation into the incident, San Gorgonio Special Operations Gang Task Force team members learned that one of the victims allegedly assaulted at the park suffered several bumps and abrasions to his face and back of his head. The victim was bleeding from his ear and complained of pain to his left eye with blurred vision.In addition, the victim and other witnesses identified the five male subjects as the aggressors, the release states. At the conclusion of the initial investigation, all five men were arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and were booked into Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility.On Friday, Jan. 8, members of the San Gorgonio Special Operations Gang Task Force served several search warrants at the suspects’ residences in the cities of Banning and Cathedral City.As the result of the search warrants, numerous items were seized in support of the gang affiliation charges, the release states.

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