Parra sentenced to 21 years for Street Terrorism for benefit of Southside Chiques
Efren Parra (DOB 11/16/87), of Oxnard, was sentenced to 21 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of second-degree robbery, attempted second-degree robbery and street terrorism. The jury also found true the special allegation that Parra committed the crimes for the benefit of the Southside Chiques, a criminal street gang.
On December 6, 2013, at approximately 12:30 a.m., Parra, Jose Villalobos (DOB 6/17/86), of Oxnard, Salvador Avalos (DOB 3/25/94), of Oxnard, and a fourth unidentified male suspect encountered two male victims who were walking on El Dorado Avenue, in the city of Oxnard. They attempted to forcibly take property from one victim, then robbed the second victim of personal property while physically attacking him. They were caught by officers from the Oxnard Police Department shortly after fleeing the scene.
In October 2016, a jury found defendant Parra and Villalobos guilty of one count of second-degree robbery, one count of attempted second-degree robbery, and one count of street terrorism. The jury also found true the special allegation that the defendants committed the offenses for the benefit of the Southside Chiques, a criminal street gang.
Avalos pled guilty prior to trial. He was convicted of one count of second-degree robbery and admitted the special allegation that he committed the offense for the benefit of the Southside Chiques, a criminal street gang. Avalos was sentenced on March 30, 2016, to 12 years in prison. Villalobos is expected to be sentenced on April 19, 2017.