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January 25, 2012 (San Diego)—Terence Jarvis and David White have been charged with a series of crimes that occurred during a 12-hour period on December 27 and 28, including the robbery and attempted murder of 18-year-old Grant Richman in the College West neighborhood.

Richman was savagely beaten and not initially expected to survive his injuries. But Lt. Kevin Rooney with San Diego Police advises, “He did and he continues to improve.”


On the afternoon of December 27, several males went to a home in the 900 block of 57th Street and beat a 23-year-old man. The incident was gang related, according to Lt. Rooney. At 11:30 p.m., two males robbed a woman at gunpoint in the 4500 block of Logan Avenue. An hour later, two similar suspects tried to rob a woman in the 6100 block of El Cajon Boulevard.

Minutes later, Richman, a U.C. Berkeley student, drove to the 4600 block of Antioch Place to spend the night at the home of a college classmate.  There he was viciously beaten and robbed.

On December 28, at 2:30 a.m., suspects shot into a residence in the 900 block of 57th Street, the same residence that was the scene of the beating 12 hours before.

On December 29,, Terence Jarvis, 26, was arrested for domestic violence and parole violation in the 7100 block of Jacmar Avenue. On January 17,  David White, 20, was arrested for probation violation in Mesa, Arizona. Detectives connected both suspects to the series of crimes in the College area and the case was presented to the District Attorney’s Gang Prosecution Unit.

Terence Jarvis and David White have been charged with attempted murder, two counts of armed robbery, one count of attempted armed robbery, shooting at an occupied dwelling, and battery. Terence Jarvis is in local custody and David White is being held at the Maricopa County Jail pending extradition to California.




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