"The heroes of this case are the victims who came forward initially, and then time and time again, to ensure that no one else in our community would have to endure what they had at the hands of these two defendants," Bohenek said.
Bohenek says the men confessed to most of the robberies after detectives searched their home and found a bucket full of stolen ID and credit cards.
This was the second trial for Avina and Gomez. In July, their first trial ended in mistrial due to juror misconduct.
Sentencing is scheduled for February 3 for Avina and for March 4 for Gomez. According to the prosecutor, Avina faces about 80 years in state prison. Gomez faces about 110 years.
City News Service contributed to this report.