Oxnard Pair sentenced for Crime Spree that Ended with Simi Valley Victim being Beaten with Pry Bar

search arial, remedy sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Superior Court Judge Nancy Ayers sentenced Noe Reyes (DOB 10/16/1997) and Gabriel Refugio Alamillo (DOB 3/24/97), thumb of Oxnard, after a jury convicted them of multiple crimes in a crime spree that spanned two cities and resulted in one victim’s hospitalization.  Reyes was sentenced to 18 years 8 months in state prison.  Alamillo was sentenced to probation while Judge Ayers suspended a prison sentence of 16 years 4 months pending Alamillo’s term of probation.

In the early morning hours of November 17, 2015, an Oxnard citizen’s vehicle was stolen from outside a mechanic shop in Oxnard. Shortly thereafter, Alamillo and another colonia chiques gang member stole multiple bottles of alcohol from a Rite Aid store in Simi Valley. Sometime midday, Reyes burglarized a Simi Valley resident’s home. Around 8:30 p.m. that evening, Reyes, Alamillo and a third colonia chiques gang member robbed and assaulted a gym patron in a parking lot in Simi Valley. Reyes repeatedly hit the victim in the head and body with an 18-inch metal pry bar. The victim was rushed to the hospital where he received nine staples for his wounds. Reyes, Alamillo and the third suspect were caught within hours trying to flee the area through a nearby apartment complex.

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