12 arrested in Stockton gang, crime sweep

SACRAMENTO - Raids at four Stockton locations Wednesday morning resulted in the arrest of 12 individuals the Stockton Police Department says are tied to the Sutter Street Crips gang and criminal activity.

The suspects' "criminal activity focused in the surrounding neighborhoods around California Street and Park Street, in particular 219 E. Park Street," police spokesperson Officer Joe Silva said.

Police Gang Violence Suppression Unit officers recorded recovering ammunition, narcotics and stolen property during the searches.

In connection to the Operation Ceasefire enforcement raids, California Department of Corrections officers searched inmate cells at San Quentin State Prison, Solano State Prison, and a home in the Los Angeles, Silva said.

Arrested were:

Michael "Domino" McKinney, 36, on suspicion of human trafficking (pimping), narcotics, burglary, weapons, conspiracy, and gang involvement

Ronnie "Beast" Copeland, 20, on suspicion of burglary, robbery, conspiracy and gang involvement

Austin "Ipod" Ippoliti, 18, on suspicion of robbery, conspiracy, and gang involvement

Karlotta Rasberry, 29, on suspicion of human trafficking, burglary, conspiracy, weapon, and gang involvement

Rigo "Fabo" Castillo, 26, on suspicion of burglary, robbery, conspiracy, and gang involvement

Denric Roberston Mohammed Sr., 54, on suspicion of witness intimidation and conspiracy

Phillip Roberston, 23, on suspicion of possession of stolen property.

Dagaberto Castillo, 22, on suspicion of resisting arrest and assault a peace officer.

Agustin "Phat Boy" Castro, 18, (already in custody) on suspicion of robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, weapon, and gang involvement

Raul "Chino" Manginsay III, 24 (already in custody) on suspicion of robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, receiving stolen property, weapon, and gang involvement

Shandrika Lindsey, 22, on suspicion of pimping, human trafficking, burglary, robbery, gang enhancements and conspiracy

Mace Mckinney, 38, on suspicion of violating parole


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