Henderson, Nev. – Henderson Police in collaboration with the (ATF) Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and (LVMPD) Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department completed an extensive investigation resulting in the arrest of three suspects who were responsible for and involved in a recent theft of a truck and trailer from Fiesta Henderson that contained numerous firearms and other property.
On July 31, at around 12 p.m., Henderson Police responded to Fiesta Henderson in regards to a truck and trailer stolen from the parking lot. Preliminary information revealed the trailer contained approximately four hundred firearms along with ammunition and other property. Fiesta Henderson Security and Surveillance Division, provided timely and invaluable information that led law enforcement to identifying the possible suspects in this case.
Due to the numerous firearms being part of the theft, ATF immediately joined in the investigation.
As the investigation progressed and with the assistance of both ATF and LVMPD, information led law enforcement to the 7000 block of W. Washington Avenue in Las Vegas.
On August 1, at around 9:30 p.m., a search warrant was executed by the aforementioned agencies and the Henderson Police Department SWAT Team.
28-year-old Samual Donesing and 26-year-old Jaemillah Eagans were identified as suspects in the actual theft of the truck and trailer and were taken into custody without incident.
Due to the extensive list of stolen property, an updated count of firearms was closer to (300) three hundred but is under review. Preliminarily it appears that all of stolen firearms have been recovered with other stolen property, but further confirmation is required.
No officers or persons were injured during the incident.
Samual Donesing and Jaemillah Eagans were arrested pending federal charges.
Additionally 58-year-old Samlane Donesing, was identified and taken into custody for Conspiracy to Buy, Possess, Receive Stolen Property.
Samual Donesing and Jamemillah Eagans were booked into the Henderson Detention Center.
Samlane Donesing was booked into the Clark County Detention Center.
The booking photos of all three subjects are attached and the on-going investigation may result in additional charges.
“The cornerstone of community oriented policing is effective collaboration and meaningful partnerships with federal and local law enforcement organizations. Clark County is a very large and diverse community with a strong commitment to the safety and security of its residents,” said Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson. “The rapid recovery and successful conclusion to this case would not have been possible without it. The Henderson Police Department remains committed to the relationships that have been built with local law enforcement.”
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.