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Saturday, 21 March 2009

Arrested Fillmore suspects are documented gang members,

18:03 |

Searches of two dozen homes in Fillmore this morning led to nine arrests on suspicion of crimes involving firearms, drugs and stolen property.All of the arrested suspects are documented gang members, said Capt. Frank O’Hanlon of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. The searches started at 7 a.m., involved residences of people on probation and are performed fairly regularly, he said.
“I think this was a little more productive than the norm in that we recovered at least two firearms that I’m aware of and some dangerous drugs,” O’Hanlon said. “Anytime we can remove those items from the hands of gang members, it’s a benefit to the community at large.”A 17-year-old resident from River Street in Fillmore was arrested for suspicion of possessing a loaded 9 mm semi-automatic weapon, according to the Sheriff’s Department. Jose Ruiz, 21, of Fillmore was arrested on suspicion of possessing a loaded .25 caliber semi-automatic handgun. Both suspects were also arrested on suspicion of the gang crime of street terrorism.
Three of the suspects were juveniles and their names were not released. All of the people arrested are Fillmore residents. They include: Antonio Izarraraz, 21; Rosa Aguilar, 21; Armando Magallon, 29; Jamie Ambriz, 26; and Jose Aguilar, 21.
Izarraraz was arrested on suspicion of felony possession of stolen property. Rosa Aguilar, Magallon and Ambriz were arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of narcotics. Jose Aguilar and two 17-year-olds were arrested on suspicion of probation violations.

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