Last week, the 10-month investigation led up to a multi-agency gang sweep, named "Operation Blind Mice." The sweep led to 40 arrests. BPD Chief Lyle Martin launched the inter-agency operation with the intention of getting more information on Guyton's murder.
Jonathan Knight, a documented West Side Crips member, has been identified as one of the primary suspects in Guyton's murder.
Knight, King, and Billings are already in custody on different charges, which are all gang-related. The three men all pleaded not guilty to those charges and are due back in court later this month.
The documents identify King as a primary suspect, however BPD says no arrests have been in the Kason Guyton case.
Two others arrested in last week's massive interagency sweep were due in federal court on Monday to face charges. William Thomas and Luis Fernandez were in federal court in Fresno. Thomas is accused of selling crack cocaine while Fernandez is accused of selling meth. They are due back in court next week.