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Twenty Suspects Arrested During Victorville Criminal Street Gang Investigation

Twenty Suspects Arrested During Victorville Criminal Street Gang Investigation

VICTORVILLE, Calif. – Twenty potentially dangerous suspects were arrested after an investigation into Five Time Hometown Crips in the City of Victorville.

The Victorville Police Department’s Gang Enforcement Team investigated the San Bernardino based criminal street gang, based in San Bernardino from January to March 2018. The investigation was conducted in response to the murder of Makaya Wall, 12, of Victorville, who was killed by a documented Five Time Hometown Crips street gang member. Through investigation, several more Five Time Hometown Crips gang members living in the City of Victorville were identified. In addition, they learned that there was a Five Time Hometown Crips firearms and narcotics trafficking ring based in Victorville; with ties to the San Bernardino area. These criminal street gang members, according to authorities, are responsible for multiple murders in the high desert and were a major source of firearms and narcotics supplied in the City of Victorville.

County Supervisor Robert Lovingood’s Crime Suppression grant funded this operation. The investigation lasted around 8 months


The gang actively recruits prospective members from our communities, usually children from our neighborhoods and schools. Members and associates of the gang actively sell narcotics and weapons to further their criminal organization and to instill fear in the community. Victorville Police Department’s Gang Enforcement teamed up with the Regional Gang Enforcement Teams and San Bernardino Police Department to stop the violence constantly perpetuated by the Five Time Hometown Crips criminal street gang. 

Several crimes involved interstate trafficking of firearms and controlled substances. The investigation yielded (20) firearms, (2) pounds of cocaine, (1/2) pound heroin, (1/2) pound of methamphetamine, (1,000) pills and $18,000 in U.S. Currency. 35 subjects were indicted on charges ranging from: conspiracy, possession of narcotics for sales, possession of controlled substances for sale, felon in possession of firearms, possession/distribution of child pornography, felon in possession of ammunition, high capacity magazines, and gang enhancements. Because of the investigation, the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office issued warrants for 35 subjects related to the investigation.

On February 27, 2019, and March 1, 2019, several of the gang members with outstanding warrants were located and arrested

The following subjects were arrested and booked:

Antwon Briggs, 27-year old Victorville resident
Stephen Wysinger, 38-year old Hesperia resident
Derro Maiden, 58-year old Victorville resident
Errik McGill Sr., 46-year old San Bernardino resident
Errik McGill Jr., 23-year old San Bernardino resident
Danielle McGill, 38-year old San Bernardino resident
Traveon Brown, 24-year old San Bernardino resident
Rashado Johnson, 36-year old Grand Terrace resident
Michael Hess, 36-year old Compton resident
Angel Magdaleno, 49-year old Rialto resident
Donald Williams, 38-year old Fontana resident
Stephanie Munns, 63-year old Highland resident
Rayshawn Brooks, 29-year old Colton resident
Bryce Gray, 29-year old Alta Dena resident
Christopher Cano, 24-year old San Bernardino resident
Christina Chavez, 37-year old San Bernardino resident
Thomas Vielma, 30-year old San Bernardino resident
Vicente Santos, 27-year old Rialto resident
Kimberly Burnett, 51-year old San Bernardino resident
Shiyeka Stepps, 28-year old Rancho Cucamonga resident

Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to contact Deputy M. Reynoso or Deputy F. Harris at the Victorville Police Department at (760) 241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760) 956-5001. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip.com.

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This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization