A 35-year-old Lancaster woman was charged in connection with a string of follow-home robberies throughout Los Angeles, District Attorney George Gascón announced.
Taniqueka Nashay Harris and two others — 43-year-old Laron Deshone Bundley of Inglewood and 46-year-old Rudolph Leopold Flowers of Los Angeles — were added to the criminal complaint filed in September against 34-year-old Clayton Richard Randolph of Los Angeles.
The complaint stems from a series of robberies that occurred from June to September, with two of the robberies involving victims that were shot by the suspects, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Harris, Bundley and Flowers were arrested on Nov. 17, and “during their arrest and subsequent search warrants, a handgun, ammunition, victim’s property, and items connecting them to the robberies was discovered,” LAPD officials said in a news release.
Randolph was in custody on the original complaint, which charges him with two counts of attempted murder, seven counts of second-degree robbery, six counts of felon in possession of a firearm and one count of shooting at a motor vehicle. Bundley is charged in connection with three robberies and Flowers is charged with participating in two robberies. Harris is accused of taking part in one robbery. She posted bail and will appear Dec. 8 for arraignment, according to the District Attorney’s Office.
The case remains under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department.