BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Three people, two of which are members of the Loma Bakers criminal street gang, were convicted of first degree home invasion and other gang and gun-related charges on Friday.
Jorge Jaimes and Joseph Gonzalez, the Loma Bakers members set-up a plan with Monica Magana and another person to burglarize a home.
After breaking into the house, Gonzalez held the homeowner at gunpoint while Jaimes took a stereo and video game equipment and took it to a car occupied by Magana.
A neighbor called 9-1-1 after getting the car's license plate. Magana, Gonzalez and Jaimes face up to 25 years to life in prison and are scheduled to be sentenced on May 4.
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