Three of the 10 men arrested on gun- and gang-related charges after a series of shooting incidents that left three people dead and five wounded in Pasadena have posted bond, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department records.
Pasadena resident Randy Broadnax, 29, Richard Toney, 26, of Duarte, and 23-year-old Palmdale resident Doncell Hannah were each being held on $35,000 bail on suspicion of weapon possession and gang ties in relation to shooting incidents that occurred on Jan. 6 and Jan. 7. An initial drive-by shooting in Pasadena occurred on Dec. 22, resulting in the death of 25-year-old Brandon Douglas.
A fourth shooting occurred Jan. 23, resulting in serious but not life-threatening injuries to two young women, one of whom was shot in the hand.
Authorities have said all of the shootings stem from a gang war under way between street gangs in Pasadena, Altadena and Duarte. All of the shootings remain unsolved, authorities have said.
Broadnax, Toney and Hannah, who were arrested by Pasadena police on the day after the second shooting, have not been tied to the killings and other shootings. The three men made bail on Jan. 9 and are presently awaiting arraignment in connection with that arrest.
Hannah was arrested again on Jan. 24 by Glendora police and charged with suspicion of burglary. In that case, six people — including three people from Pasadena and one from Altadena — were allegedly caught leaving a home with three handguns stolen from that location.
“I’m frustrated because his activities suggest he has complete disregard for the law and other people’s lives,” Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez said of Hannah.
Glendora police also arrested Christopher Tyrone Hicks, 24, Howard Dennis Vaughn IV, 24, and Kayla Johnell Hunter, 28, all of Pasadena. Also arrested on suspicion of burglary, home-invasion robbery, kidnapping, conspiracy and being a felon in possession of a handgun were Elante Lamar Gilliam, 25, of Altadena; Roger Rynell Tillotson, 22, of Adelanto and Jonee Jaquan Barnett, 25, of Lancaster.
None of the people arrested following the incidents in Pasadena have been tied to the shootings. However, none of the others arrested have made bail and remain in custody awaiting hearings on the lesser charges.