Triplets All In Jail On Two Separate Charges

    December 13, 2012
    Amanda Crum

Two brothers may find themselves reunited with their triplet…in jail.

Deshawn and Juronn Shivers were recently convicted of unarmed robbery in Michigan and it’s very possible that they will share a prison with their brother Devon, who was already incarcerated for weapons charges and a home invasion charge. Devon will be locked up until at least 2042, but it’s unclear how much time Deshawn and Juronn will face. They were convicted on Monday for the 2010 theft of a man’s cell phone and wallet.

“They have been members of the ‘Sunny Side’ gang for years, and that includes siblings and family members,” Saginaw Police Sgt. Terry Carpenter said.

The gang includes older brother Sanford, who was convicted in 2001 on weapons charges and resisting police, among other things. He was released this summer, however. The family have apparently been giving local police problems for years, as the police department issued a statement regarding the capture of Deshawn and Juronn, saying they were “elated” by the arrests.

The Saginaw P.D. is elated by the recent convictions of Deshawn and Juronn Shivers and hope that they receive a stern sentence by the sentencing circuit court judge. Additionally, we thank the Buena Vista Police Department in their hard work producing the evidence needed to ensure a conviction in their most recent crime.