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RACKETEERING RING ROUTED

Over $100,000 in stolen good recovered

 

San Juan County, NM – Over the last six months the San Juan County Sheriff's Office Detective Division led a joint operation effort to take down a large racketeering ring that included burglary and larceny of commercial, residential and governmental buildings like the US Post Office and the San Juan County Trash Compact Station. On February 28th, 2017, five search warrants were served and 14 individual arrest warrants were issued for a group of repeat offenders and career criminals. In partnership with multiple local and Federal agencies, our last search warrant was conducted in Albuquerque and over $100,000 worth of stolen taxidermy mounts were recovered.

Charges have been filed on these suspects:

Daniel Tarango- $350K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Travis Shine Brewton- $800K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Zachary Goar- $150K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Estella Maria Tarango- $350K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Marcos Florentino Herrera- $300K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at La Plata County Detention Center

Jeremy Don Davis- $100K cash only bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Aaron Lavaughn Brown- $50K cash bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

Troy Pope- $70K cash or surety bond; currently incarcerated at San Juan County Detention Center

David Berryhill Jr- $60K cash or surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

Raymond Royce Turnbull- $50K cash or surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

Brandon Ray Yates- $30K cash surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

Paul Chapin White- $15K cash or surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

Joshua Alcon- $30K cash or surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

Jerry Sharski- $50K cash or surety bond; Outstanding Warrant(s)

The San Juan County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the following agencies for their assistance: Farmington Police Department, US Marshals, FBI, Bloomfield Police Department, Aztec Police Department and Albuquerque Police Department.

 

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