Six men were arrested and charged with following a man to his home and robbing him in his driveway. This type of crime is known as “jugging.” The victim, Cipriano Cazares Sandoval, exclusively spoke to ABC13 about the moment he realized he was targeted.
Sandoval explained that he had been at a nearby check cashing business, depositing money for his daughter in Mexico, which he does regularly. He never expected to be followed home and cornered for money he didn’t even have.
The following individuals are now facing charges related to this incident:
- Jakaleb Lee Washington, 19, is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
- According to court records, he is accused of being the ringleader of the group.
- Kavion Deshawn Butler, 17, is charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon.
- Davion Deshawn Butler, 17, is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
- Reginald Eugene Harris, 21, is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
- Deandrick Jefferson-Stewart, 19, is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
- Jamarcus Devon Wilmore, 20, is charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon.
Surveillance cameras captured the moment when Sandoval’s pickup truck was blocked in his driveway, while the young men emerged from their car and demanded money. Sandoval mentioned that two men initially approached him and pointed guns at him. Despite not speaking English, he understood that they wanted money since he had just left a check cashing business.
However, since he didn’t have any money on him, the suspects took his phone. Two more men then exited the car, surrounding him. Sandoval observed two additional men inside the suspect vehicle and made a mental note of all six suspects.
“The victim provided the license plate number and description. Officers located the vehicle, spoke to the suspects, and conducted an identification lineup within an hour of the incident,” stated the magistrate in the probable cause court.
All six men now face legal consequences for their alleged involvement in the case. Sandoval expressed gratitude that he was unharmed and relieved that the guns pointed at him were never fired.
He emphasized the importance of remembering the details of the car and the suspects, hoping for a swift capture to prevent similar incidents from happening to others.