Four suspects have been arrested in connection to a “flocking” operation— where suspects hit celebrity homes — who have allegedly stolen millions of dollars from stars including Rihanna and Christina Millian, according to LAPD police officials.
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During a press conference at LAPD headquarters on Oct.2, Capt. Lillian Carranza said the suspects also kept a list of potential targets of A-list celebs, including Matt Damon, LeBron James and Viola Davis, and their addresses.
“Initially it was thought these homes were being burglarized at random,” Carranza said. “However, detectives learned the victim’s homes have been selected from social media postings, touring and traveling schedules of the owners. The burglars believed no one would be home.”
“The group continually changed their attire and appearance ... all the while scouting the homes of athletes and celebrities as potential targets,” Capt. Carranza said.
“The suspects referred to this practice as ‘flocking.’ As they flock like birds to the areas where the rich and famous reside,” the police captain explained.
The suspects arrested include: Joshua Lamon Daniels, 19; Ashle Jennifer Hall, 34; Tyrese Lavin Williams, 19; and Damaji Corey Hall, 18.
Ashle Hall's mother was arrested at their home, where after a search warrant was served police said they found more than $50,000 in cash and designer purses.
The suspects allegedly targeted actors, musicians, producers and professional athletes in the Los Angeles area, Carranza said.
Other recent victims include LA Dodgers player Yasiel Puig and NFL Rams receiver Robert Woods.
Police also showed other materials they confiscated from the suspects.
The owners of those items have not been identified and police are asking for the public’s help because there could be other victims, Carranza said.
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