MOUNTAIN VIEW – Two brothers of their 20s have been arrested in reference to a sequence of gang-related crimes that began final fall in Mountain View, police mentioned.
The primary incident was reported Oct. 24 round 1 p.m. within the 300 block of Escuela Avenue. The brothers, ages 27 and 22, blocked a automobile from leaving an condominium advanced and pelted it with giant rocks, the Mountain View Police Division mentioned in an announcement Monday.
One rock went by the windshield and narrowly missed the driving force, police mentioned.
About two hours later, one of many brothers brandished a gun on the identical sufferer at Escuela Avenue and California Avenue, police mentioned.
After a months-long investigation, detectives recognized the brothers as suspects and obtained warrants for his or her arrest. In addition they realized a couple of third incident in Could through which the youthful brother pointed a gun at a person and chased him, police mentioned.
Police on Friday served a search warrant at a house in Stockton and arrested each brothers.
A search of the house turned up a rifle, a revolver, a semiautomatic handgun, gang indicia and different objects believed to be linked to a number of Mountain View circumstances, police mentioned. One of many weapons was reportedly unsecured and simply accessible to a toddler.
Each brothers had been arrested on warrants for assault with a lethal weapon. The youthful brother was additionally arrested on a warrant for assault with a firearm. Police mentioned they had been booked into Santa Clara County jail.
Investigations are underway to find out if the brothers are linked to some other crimes, police mentioned.