Seven Houston Residents Charged with Bank Juggling.

 

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that seven Houston residents have been charged with conspiring to follow and then rob bank customers, a practice known as bank juggling. Darrian Dejuan Haywood and Adrian Deon Caldwell, were arraigned in Department 4 of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Torrance Branch. All of the defendants operated out of a motel in Inglewood, conspiring to rob bank customers in Torrance, Van Nuys and Rowland Heights.

Case YA097532 was filed January 19th. Charges include attempted second-degree robbery, second-degree burglarly of a vehicle and conspiracy to commit robbery with allegations that all of the crimes were committed for the benefit of and in association with a criminal street gang.

The charges are as follows

 

• Trey Natheniel Dickerson (dob 9/12/92) is charged with two counts of attempted second-degree robbery, one count of second-degree burglary of a vehicle and two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 35 years to life in state prison, plus a possible additional sentence of 19 years if convicted as charged.
• Sebastian Demond Glass (dob 6/14/97) is charged with two counts each of attempted second-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 29 years and four months in state prison if convicted as charged.
• Shai Trymaine Fields (dob 1/29/93) is charged with two counts of attempted second-degree robbery, one count of second-degree burglary of a vehicle and two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 29 years in state prison if convicted as charged.
• Darrian Dejuan Haywood (dob 2/23/90) faces two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 21 years and four months in state prison if convicted as charged.
• Adrian Deon Caldwell (dob 2/23/91) is charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 19 years and four months in prison if convicted as charged.
• Cedric Fleming (dob 9/28/89) faces two counts of attempted second-degree robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery. His maximum possible sentence is 36 years and four months in state prison if convicted as charged.
• Beshundra Tucker (dob 3/21/82) is charged with two counts of attempted second-degree robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery. Her maximum possible sentence is 36 years and four months in state prison if convicted as charged.

Fleming and Tucker have pleaded not guilty on February 2nd, while Dickerson, Glass and Fields pleaded not guilty on January 19th. Their preliminary haring is scheduled on March 27th in Department 8 of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in Torrance.