It looks like the police have arrested the suspects who allegedly targeted the homes of high profile celebrities in a spree of burglaries recently. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The three boys: Jshawne Lamon Daniels, 19, Tyress Lavon Williams, 19 and Damaji Corey Hall, 18, along with Hall’s mother, Ashle Jennifer Hall, 34, have been arrested for the string of robberies and allegedly had an A-list wish list of future targets.
According to Lillian L. Carranza, Commanding Officer of Commercial Crimes Division for the Los Angeles Police Department, the celebrities and pro athletes were targeted by the burglars, who studied their social media and tour schedules.
“The burglars believed no one would be home, and the homes would contain sought-after valuables that they might be interested in.”
The three young men were pulled over on Sept. 27 in South Los Angeles after allegedly robbing Los Angeles #Rams receiver Robert Woods’ home in Woodland Hills. After obtaining a search warrant, police recovered more than $50,000 in cash, designer handbags, watches, and jewelry, as well as a stolen vehicle at one of the suspects’ homes. In addition, after searching one of the suspects’ homes, LAPD came across a list of future celebrity targets, which included #ViolaDavis, #LeBronJames, and #MattDamon.
Authorities say the ring steals by doing what they call “flocking,” where the group would all drive around the area in luxury cars and clothing. The spate of robberies has been compared to those carried out by the infamous #BlingRing, a five-person Los Angeles gang that burgled the homes of celebrities such as #ParisHilton, #LindsayLohan and #OrlandoBloom in 2008 and 2009 when most of its members were teenagers.
All four remain in police custody and have yet to make pleas.