San Bernardino Police Make Several Arrests in Looting Cases

An evening of protests turned violent in San Bernardino on May 31st. Protesting gave way to dozens of business being vandalized and looted across the city.

In the last several weeks San Bernardino Police have been following up on leads, reviewing evidence and making arrests.

Siante Lockridge and Anthony Flewellen are seen in this surveillance video looting items from a T-Mobile store in San Bernardino. Courtesy of San Bernardino Police Dept.

A T-Mobile store was burglarized with $8,600 in merchandise stolen. Police were able to track a stolen I-Phone to a residence. The I-Phone was recovered and returned to the store. Police also reviewed surveillance video of suspects removing items. A search warrant was issued for a location in the 3700 block of Ridgeline Drive after other devices gave off a tracking signal. Police arrested Siante Lockridge and Anthony Flewellen and positively identified them as the suspects seen in the surveillance video.

Raymond Charles is captured on surveillance video stealing items from a Home Depot. Courtesy of San Bernardino Police Dept.

A local transient was also arrested after officers and employees reviewed surveillance video at a Home Depot. Raymond Charles was recognized by several employees and was arrested for burglary and looting.

Tayy Alexander lives streamed himself vandalizing and looting businesses on May 31st in San Bernardino.

Tayy Alexander was identified and located by police after live-streaming himself on Facebook vandalizing and looting the Valero gas station on Waterman Ave. Alexander also filmed himself vandalizing a Wienerschnitzel restaurant across the street.

Detectives say they are continuing to make arrests and follow up on leads, tips and surveillance videos.