MAN SENTENCED FOR PIMPING AND PANDERING WOMAN FOLLOWING TRAFFIC STOP BY UNDERCOVER OFFICERS

For Immediate Release
Case # 13CF1958






May 30, 2014

Susan Kang Schroeder
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MAN SENTENCED FOR PIMPING AND PANDERING WOMAN FOLLOWING TRAFFIC STOP BY UNDERCOVER OFFICERS

*One co-defendant faces trial at a later date. A third co-defendant in the vehicle was sentenced

 

SANTA ANA – A man was sentenced today to six years in state prison for pimping and pandering a woman after being stopped by undercover Santa Ana Police Department (SAPD) officers. Raphael Jared Scally, 28, Hesperia, was found guilty by a jury March 13, 2014, of one felony count each of pimping and pandering. Scally was also charged with a crime-bail-crime sentencing enhancement for a 2010 residential burglary case, for which the defendant was out of custody on bail at the time of this crime. That sentencing enhancement was found true today by the Court. He was sentenced to four years in state prison plus an additional two years stayed pending resolution of the 2010 residential burglary case.

 

Co-defendant Darryl Da Keis Gillard, 27, Hemet, is charged with two felony counts each of pimping and pandering with a sentencing enhancement for crime-bail-crime, indicating that the defendant was out of custody on bail for another felony (2010 residential burglary case) at the time of the crime. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of nine years and four months in state prison and is scheduled for jury trial June 17, 2014, at 8:45 a.m. in Department C-5, Central Justice Center.

 

Co-defendant Christopher Robert Butler, 29, Moreno Valley, pleaded guilty Oct. 29, 2013, to one felony count of possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to one year and four months in state prison.

 

Circumstances of the Case

Scally is a pimp who exploited a young woman for financial gain. Gillard is accused of being an aider and abettor to Scally. Pimps often establish rigid rules that their victims are expected to follow including setting daily quotas that the victims are expected to fulfill. Scally set a $300 quota for 18-year-old Jane Doe on the night of the crime.

 

At approximately 4:00 a.m. on June 14, 2013, the defendants are accused of driving together in Santa Ana around Harbor Boulevard in an area known to law enforcement to be high in prostitution and pimping activity. Gillard is accused of driving, Butler was riding in the front passenger seat, and Scally rode in the back seat with Jane Doe, who worked as a prostitute for Scally.

 

The defendants are accused of dropping off the victim on the street in a high prostitution area. Undercover police officers from SAPD observed this behavior and performed a traffic stop on the defendants’ vehicles and contacted the victim afterwards.