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10 Long Beach Insane Crip gang members arrested
The criminal burglary ring targeted independent higher end restaurants and grocery stores, officials said.
In one home alone, investigators found about 1,350 bottles of stolen alcohol, including champagne, vodka, tequila and other spirits.
SEAL BEACH >> Seal Beach police and 14 other law enforcement agencies seized more than $50,000 in stolen alcohol early Wednesday as part of an operation that put 10 members of the Long Beach Insane Crip gang behind bars, officials said.
Investigators believe the money made from selling the stolen alcohol was then used to fund other criminal activities to benefit the gang.
During the investigation, detectives learned there were 50 similar type of safe thefts in Orange County alone, Miller said.
Two such restaurants in Seal Beach were hit by the burglary ring, Stilinovich said.
Those arrested as a result of Operation Crossover include: David Ball, 38, and Cedric Pitts, 32, both of Signal Hill; Alfred Milliner, 30, Robert Forbes, 30, Dominique Lewis, 25, and Jimmy Jackson, 33, all of Long Beach; Jeffrey Terry, 31, Girmay Johnson, 33, and Anthony Boyd, 31, all of Los Angeles, and Brian Webb, 32, of Paramount. They were all booked on suspicion of burglary and gang enhancements. Jackson was also booked for witness intimidation.
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The investigation began when the group hit a Ralphs in Seal Beach last November, Stilinovich said.
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don think it was the first store targeted though, he said, adding there are similar crimes dating back to early 2013 that detectives are investigating.
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are some bottles of alcohol that have been valued at about $200 a piece, said Sgt. Joe Miller with the Major Crimes Detail of the Seal Beach Police Department.
Two men, Myron Hayes, 36, of Long Beach and Dwight Seay 30, of Hawthorne, are on the run.
one burglary here in Chicago Bears Caps Seal Beach, the suspects were in the store for eight minutes and managed to get away with $5,000 of alcohol, said Seal Beach Police Chief Joe Stilinovich during a Wednesday afternoon news conference.
stores, load up a cart with bottles of alcohol and then run out of an emergency door, Stilinovich explained. Once outside, they would load up the stolen items into an awaiting vehicle and leave.
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14 other law enforcement agencies that successfully conducted "Operation Crossover." A total of ten search warrants were executed by six separate SWAT teams from varying agencies, all of which were in relation to a commercial burglary series where nearly 100 crimes, spanning five counties, were committed by members of the Long Beach "Insane Crip" gang. Wednesday, April 16, 2014. (Thomas R. Cordova / Staff Photographer)
The alleged criminals would steal safes from the restaurants and expensive alcohol from the stores.
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