Los Angeles: The Los Angeles
Police Department’s Commercial Crimes Division, Burglary Special
Section detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in
apprehending a burglary suspect who has been identified in several
burglaries in the Valley and South Los Angeles Area.
From August 12, 2016 to September 21, 2016 Los Angeles Police
Department Commercial Crimes Division, Burglary Special Section was
investigating and attempting to identify three suspects responsible
for a series of commercial burglaries at city-wide donut shops and
The suspects would portray themselves as California State Lottery
(CSL) employees by using fraudulent identification and uniforms.
The suspects would enter the business with play slips and CSL
(California State Lottery) stamped receipt rolls.
The suspects would tell the employees they were there to service
the terminals. Suspect #1 would distract the employee while suspect
#2 would go to the CSL terminal and print several hundred, and
sometimes thousands of Hot Spot tickets.
The suspects walk out of the location with the stolen lottery
The suspects are responsible for fifteen commercial burglaries in
the City of Los Angeles.
John Gerry Adams
In Custody 09-26-16
Victor Perry Guy
Felony Warrant $205,000.00
John Adams was taken into custody on September 26, 2016. The
District Attorney’s Office has filed an arrest warrant for Victor
Perry Guy in the amount $205,000.00 for the above
The Los Angeles Police Department is seeking the public’s help in
the location of Victor Perry Guy.
Victor Perry Guy is described as a male, white, 51 years old,
approximately 5 feet 11inches tall, medium salt and pepper hair and
approximately 220 lbs.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact The Los
Angeles Police Department’s Commercial Crimes Division, Burglary
Special Section Detective Prieto at 213-486-6940 During
non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to
1-877-LAPD-24-7 (1-877-527-3247). Anyone wishing to remain
anonymous should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
(800-222-8477). Tipsters may also go to www.lapdonline.org, and
click on “Anonymous Web Tips.”