Scottsdale police arrest 8 more suspects following Saturday’s looting

Jun 3, 2020, 6:10 PM
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PHOENIX — The Scottsdale Police Department said Wednesday they arrested 8 additional suspects in connection to criminal activity that occurred at Scottsdale Fashion Square over the weekend.

Scottsdale police also recovered more than $46,000 in allegedly stolen property, police said.

Of the latest suspects, the oldest is 30, and the youngest is 17.

A total of 20 suspects have been arrested in relation to Saturday’s looting and vandalism.

The following suspects are the latest to have been identified by Scottsdale police, along with their age and charges:

  • Sky Black, 19, burglary and trafficking stolen property
  • Shemar Cooper, 18, burglary and trafficking stolen property
  • Christopher Raybon, 18, trespassing
  • Ewveromvon Usuman, 18, trespassing
  • Labrina Johnson, 18, trespassing
  • Robby Galarza, 21, burglary
  • Name withheld, 17, burglary
  • Maurianna Griffin, 30, burglary

Multiple stores were vandalized and broken into Saturday. Neiman Marcus, Urban Outfitters and the Apple Store were among those targeted.

At around 11 p.m., Scottsdale police declared the gathering to be an unlawful assembly, meaning anyone who didn’t disperse was subject to arrest.

On Monday, The Scottsdale Police Department identified 12 suspects who were arrested Saturday night following the looting of several stores in Scottsdale Fashion square.

Losses were estimated to be in the millions of dollars, according to police.

Scottsdale Fashion Square remains temporarily closed due to Saturday night’s criminal activity.

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Scottsdale police arrest 8 more suspects following Saturday’s looting