Raid targeted "Inland Empire Skinheads," a white racist street gang that sheriff's officials said was wanted for a myriad of race-related crimes, weapons charges, witness intimidation, home invasion robbery, murder and parole violations.The sweep took place in Hesperia, Perris and Winchester. Officials said they arrested at least one female skinhead in a hospital, where she had gone to induce labor in hopes of birthing her child on Hitler's birthday.
Arrested were Thomas Mason of Hesperia; Joseph Mason of Hesperia; Mark Goslyn of Hesperia; Carrie Goodwin of Hesperia; Ronald Proffitt of El Monte; Raymond Williams of Perris; and Jeremy Brower of Winchester.The gang was first documented in November 2002 by Riverside police. The gang's sign is two red crossed battle axes and the number "95." The 9 represents "Inland" and the 5 represents "Empire." The skinheads wear red suspenders steel toe boots with red laces, officials said,