LANCASTER – A stolen vehicle and more than two dozen stolen firearms were recovered Monday (Feb. 24) when deputies conducting a home burglary investigation served search warrants in Quartz Hill and Lancaster. Suspected white power gang members Deshon Herbert, 36, Matthew Holman, 29, and David Moore, 26, were arrested, according to a press release by the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station. Read it below:
As a result of the investigation, a search warrant was served in the 5000 block of West Avenue L-10. Three suspects were detained and a stolen vehicle out of Palmdale was recovered.
With information obtained during the service of the search warrant, a second search warrant was served at a home in the 43000 block of Halcom Avenue. Numerous stolen firearms were located during the service of the second search warrant.
Suspects Herbert and Moore were held on $50,000 bail for burglary and suspect Holman was held on $60,000 bail for vehicle theft, with additional charges pending.
All three are also suspected white power gang members.
Sheriff’s Department personnel would like to remind everyone who owns a firearm to ensure they are properly stored in a safe so the weapons do not end up in the hands of criminals. In addition, it is very important that a firearm owner know what types of weapons they own and maintain a record of the serial numbers.
At this time the investigation is ongoing. Any questions should be referred to the Burglary Suppression Team at (661) 940-3833.