Henderson, Nev. – Henderson Police arrested three suspects in a recent string of residential burglaries in Henderson where entry was made by kicking in the front door.
Dominiquie Waynetril Williams, 25, Billy Dee Williams, 26, and Regla Milagros Gorra, 28, were arrested last night after reports of residential burglaries were called into the Henderson Police Department.
“The Henderson Police Department is committed to keeping our community safe by preventing and reducing all types of crime, including property crimes like these home burglaries,” said Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson. “These arrests are an example of the exceptional dedication and performance that I have observed from the men and women of this department in the short time that I have been the Chief of Police.”
On Feb. 19, 2018, three residential burglaries were reported where the front door had been kicked in and items stolen. Henderson Police took reports from victims and through active investigation identified possible suspect descriptions and a likely vehicle used in the crimes.
On Feb. 21 at around 4:35 p.m. Henderson Police responded to the 70 block of Kind Avenue and the 700 block of Lomprey Avenue in reference to separate residential burglaries using the same method of kicking in doors to gain entry.
Responding officers observed a vehicle leaving the area with three occupants that matched the suspect descriptions in the previous burglaries. Officers stopped the vehicle and through investigation found stolen property from the burglaries.
Dominiquie Williams, Billy Williams and Regla Gorra were booked into the Henderson Detention Center on home invasion and other related charges.
Attached are the booking photos of Dominiquie Williams and Regla Gorra. No booking photo is currently available for Billy Williams.
Anyone with information in this case is urged to call the Henderson Police Department at 702-267-4911, 3-1-1, or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or visit Crime Stoppers website. Tips directly leading to a felony arrest or an indictment processed through Crime Stoppers may result in a cash reward.