News Story


Arrest of Residential Burglary Suspects
8/18/2017 1:15:00 PM


Nature of Incident:

Arrest of Residential Burglary Suspects

Report Number:



1200 Block of Dover Avenue, Thousand Oaks, CA

Date & Time:

08/17/2017 @ 12:00 PM

Unit Responsible:

Thousand Oaks Police Investigations Bureau

(S)uspects, (V)ictims, (P)arty, (D)ecedent

City of Residence


Gordon, Shaquille O'Neal

Kaiser, Jyree

Los Angeles

Los Angeles





On July 9, 2017, a daytime residential burglary occurred in the 1200 block of Dover Avenue in Thousand Oaks.  Jewelry, electronics, and an assault rifle were stolen. 


Video surveillance footage of the burglary showed a female suspect knock on the front door.  After receiving no answer at the front door, two male suspects entered the side yard and forced entry through a rear door.  The male suspects fled from the residence carrying the stolen assault rifle and a white pillow case full of stolen property.  A witness observed the suspects leave in a white Buick Lacrosse and recorded the license plate number.


Investigators were able to identify the female suspect as Latasha Rougely.  On August 3, 2017, investigators served a search warrant at Rougely's Los Angeles residence and recovered some of the victim's stolen property.  Investigators also found photographs of a male that appeared to be one of the male suspects seen in video surveillance. Rougely was home during the search warrant and was arrested for residential burglary.  


One of the photographs found at the search warrant was sent to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.  Using facial recognition software, they identified the subject in the photograph as 23-year-old Shaquille Gordon.  Thousand Oaks Investigators then searched social media sites and identified the second male suspect as 22-year-old Jyree Kaiser. 


Gordon is on parole for PC 459 - residential burglary, and was released two months ago. 


Kaiser is on parole for PC 246.3(a)(1) PC ' willful discharge of a firearm with gross negligence, and was released last month.


On August 17, 2017, investigators worked with the California Department of Corrections and arrested both Gordon and Kaiser.     


'Knock-knock' burglaries continue to be an ongoing problem throughout Southern California.  The Thousand Oaks Police Department wants to remind residents to lock their doors and windows and secure firearms in safes.  If someone knocks on your front door while you are home and that person is unknown to you, verbally respond to the person without opening your door so they know someone is at home. 


The Ventura County Sheriff's Office would like to thank members of the public for their on-going support and due diligence in providing information to assist our agency in solving crimes.  We are better at what we do because of our community partnerships.  Join us in the fight on crime by following us on Twitter@VENTURASHERIFF, on Facebook with our Official Page, VCSHERIFF on Instagram, and with Nixle by texting your zip code to 888777 to receive local law enforcement and public safety alerts and advisories.


Prepared by:

Detective Andja Marco


Media Release Date:



Media Follow-Up Contact:

Detective Tim Lohman,

(805) 947-8255



Approved by:

Captain Bill Schierman