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11 cars stolen by Colorado’s Kaile Stevens, Keandre Stevens, Omari Davis, Tavarious Robinson, Jadeen Hollumn, Emmazetta Charging Crow?

In Arapahoe County, Colorado, United States, a mother, her two children and three friends of her children are accused of stealing 11 cars from dealerships using fake identifications. They also allegedly held up convenience stores and tried to murder two people over the course of a year.

The suspects are Kaile Stevens, Keandre Stevens, Omari Davis, Tavarious Robinson, Jadeen Hollumn and Emmazetta Charging Crow. Kaile is the matriarch of the group.

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On August 17, 2021, Aurora Police Department officers responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a Mercedes Benz on S. Buckley and E. Quincy Avenue in Aurora. Hollumn and Robinson ran away from the accident scene.

The officers searched the Mercedes Benz, which belonged to an identity theft victim. They found a rifle, a laser for a firearm and stolen mail that belonged to different identity theft victims.

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Kaile, Keandre, Davis, Robinson, Hollumn and Charging Crow are accused of illegally obtaining a 2018 Mercedes Benz GLC 32 AMG on June 9, 2021, a 2022 Kia Forte, a 2016 Honda Pilot on December 9, 2021, a 2019 Mercedes Benz CLA 250 on December 13, 2021, a 2018 Audi Q5 on December 15, 2021, a 2016 Mercedes Benz GLE and a 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC on December 18, 2021, a 2017 BMW X4 on December 22, 2021, a 2017 Hyundai Elantra on December 31, 2021, a 2019 Mazda CX-9 on May 31, 2022 and a 2018 Mercedes Benz on July 14, 2022. To do this, the group allegedly used stolen identity.

Some of the stolen vehicles were identified as being used in a series of aggravated robberies at multiple area convenience stores. In January 2022, Kaile, Keandre, Davis, Robinson, Hollumn and Charging Crow allegedly robbed 7-Eleven stores and a Circle K store.

Among the charges filed against Kaile, Keandre, Davis, Robinson, Hollumn and Charging Crow in an indictment filed on October 7, 2022 are aggravated motor vehicle theft, aggravated robbery, attempted murder, identity theft, forgery and kidnapping. Collectively, the six defendants are facing 54 counts in total.

Bond for each of the defendants was set at between $250,000 and $750,000. As of October 19, 2022, only Charging Crow was out on bond. 

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