Three reputed gang members were behind bars today without bail after being arrested in Indio for alleged parole violations, including a convicted felon who was out on bail in an unrelated burglary case.
Authorities conducted a parole compliance check Thursday at a home in the 44000 block of Cassia Drive, according to Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Paul Herida.
At the home, members of the Coachella Valley Violent Crime Gang Task Force arrested three felons who, according to sheriff's officials, were wanted for violating the terms of their parole, although the nature of the alleged violations was not released.
Indio residents Gilbert Gabriel Reyes Jr., 31; Luis Enrique Reyes, 29; and Paul Reyes Duran, 52, were booked at the Indio jail, where they remain
Court records show Gilbert Gabriel Reyes Jr. has a previous felony conviction in Riverside County for robbery, and was out on $80,000 bail at the time of his Thursday arrest charged with burglary, and for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He has a May 18 preliminary hearing date scheduled in that case at the Larson Justice Center in Indio.
Luis Enrique Reyes was previously convicted of participating in criminal street activity, and for being a convicted felon in possession of a
firearm, according to records.
Riverside County court records also show Duran was twice convicted of felony burglary, along with felony spousal abuse.