Stockton police in San Joaquin County made 10 arrests in a nine-month investigation into a new offshoot of the vicious Mexican Gang. This was a great arrest for California that made the streets just a little bit safer and probably pissed off the Democrats that yet another illicit source of their revenue is being cut off.
The Stockton Police Department worked with the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, Lodi Police Department, State Department of Justice, Tracy Police Department and Manteca Police Department during this investigation.
The crimes these people are being accused of range from all manner of vile gang activity from murderous shootings to shady narcotics dealings. All of the people were Hispanic/Latin of course because these gangs are extremely racist and you won’t ever see a black person or white person rolling with these crews.
A racist white-gang like the Aryan Brotherhood will find more support among the Bloods and Crips than they will among the Nortenos, Surenos or Mexican Mafia. The importation of the criminal element of Latin-America has taken a heavy toll on communities and it will take a long time to clean up the mess but we will eventually stomp these gangs into the dust if we stay the course with Trumps zero-tolerance for crime and gang activity.
On June 15, 2018, the Stockton Police Department completed a nine month long criminal investigation into a new subset of Nortenos who were involved in several shootings, including multiple homicides within the city of Stockton and San Joaquin County. This gang has been identified as East Oak Street Nortenos. Weapons, narcotics, and several high profile arrests were made during this investigation.
The following cases were solved because of this collaborative investigation with the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office and San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office:
August 9, 2017 shooting in the 1600 block of N. Golden Gate (San Joaquin County Sheriff) – Arrested for shooting, conspiracy, and gang enhancements were: Jesus Martinez, 20; Daniel Maya, 18; Adrian Henry, 20; and Salvadore Vega, 28.
August 9, 2017 shooting in the 1700 block of N. Gilchrist Ave (San Joaquin County Sheriff) – Arrested for shooting, conspiracy, and gang enhancements were: Jesus Martinez, 20; Daniel Maya, 18; Adrian Henry, 20; and Salvadore Vega, 28.
September 16, 2017 homicide in the 2300 block of Hackberry Street (Stockton Police) – Arrested were for homicide, attempted homicide, and gang enhancements was Jesus Martinez, 20. Estefania Garces-Tellez, 27, was arrested for accessory.
September 29, 2017 homicide in the 1700 block N. Gilchrist Ave (San Joaquin County Sheriff) – Arrested for homicide, conspiracy, attempted homicide, and gang enhancements were: Jesus Martinez, 20; Daniel Maya, 18; and Adrian Henry, 20; Salvadore Vega, 28; and Letisia Lopez, 20. Lopez was arrested for being an accessory.
October 21, 2017 homicide in the 1000 block of S. Wilson Way (Stockton Police) -Arrested were for homicide, conspiracy, attempted homicide, and gang enhancements were: Jesus Martinez, 20; Daniel Maya, 18; and Adrian Henry, 20; Salvadore Vega, 28; and Letisia Lopez, 20. Lopez was arrested for being an accessory.
June 2, 2018 – Weapons arrest in the area of Kettleman and Lakeshore in Lodi. Arrested during a traffic stop were a 16-year-old male, Gustavo Rodriguez, 20, and Adrian Henry, 20.
June 9, 2018 – A search warrant was served in the 2100 block of N. F Street. Brian Zuniga, 21, was arrested for weapons, narcotics, being in possession of stolen property, and gang enhancements.
June 11, 2018 – A search warrant was served in the 1900 block of Country Club Blvd. Arrested was Joseph Gomez, 23, for weapons, narcotics, and gang enhancements.
June 15, 2018 – A search warrant was served in the 100 block of E. Jackson Street. Arrested was Rigoberto Maya, 20, for accessory, being in possession of stolen property, and gang enhancements.
San Joaquin County Sheriff Steve Moore said, “I am very pleased with the hard work and efforts of our detectives, as well as members of the Stockton Police Department, that made these arrests possible. My hope is that these arrests will help the victims’ families find some peace and begin the healing process.”
The Stockton Police Department would like to thank the following agencies who participated during this investigation:
San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, Lodi Police Department, State Department of Justice, Tracy Police Department, and the Manteca Police Department.
Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones said, “I would like to thank our State and local law enforcement partners for participating in this investigation. These types of focused investigations are necessary in our efforts to reduce violent crime and gun violence in the City of Stockton. As a result, we were able to solve some serious crimes and put many violent gang members in jail.
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