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Saturday, 31 January 2009

Captured Ernest “Bama” Edwards, who was wanted for allegedly pulling a gun and threatening to shoot another man in Monticello


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Police early Saturday morning captured Ernest “Bama” Edwards, who was wanted for allegedly pulling a gun and threatening to shoot another man in Monticello this past Tuesday.Officers descended on the Cinco Estrella Club, formerly the Anson House, on East Broadway in Monticello in search of Edwards.Sheriff’s Deputies, Monticello Police, and State Troopers were acting on a tip that the reputed Bloods gang member was at that location. When police arrived at about 2:30 a.m., they spotted Edwards, who was wearing an oversized red sweat shirt, in the back of the club. Before police could reach him, he faded into the crowd. A short time later, Edwards was spotted attempting to leave the club. Police almost missed him because he got rid of the red sweat shirt and was now wearing blue clothes, as if he was a member of the Crips street gang. When Edwards was confronted, he resisted arrest. He shouted out gang codes to the patrons in the bar who in turn began to pelt police with bottles, cups, and food. Edwards was taken into custody and charged with resisting arrest by Sheriff’s Deputies. Edwards was then turned over to Monticello PD for arraignment on the outstanding warrant.


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