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Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Mith Phakdy, 30, of Newark, and John Seuasoukeng, 23, of Weed, arrested


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Mith Phakdy, 30, of Newark, and John Seuasoukeng, 23, of Weed, were arrested just after midnight on Ninth Street and Newville Road in Orland, the Glenn County Sheriff's Department reported.The men were stopped in a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee by a Glenn County Sheriff's deputy who believed the driver, Phakdy, may have been intoxicated, according to a statement from Sheriff Larry Jones.Phakdy, a registered gang member on probation in Alameda County, was not intoxicated. Seuasoukeng is a registered gang member on probation in Siskiyou County, Jones said.Deputies found two concealed handguns – a loaded Taurus .45-caliber semi-automatic and an unloaded .40-caliber Glock – in the back seat during a subsequent vehicle search. The serial numbers on both weapons were partially removed. Both guns were sent to the state Justice Department for analysis, the sheriff reported.Jones said it was not clear why they were in the area, but added there was evidence the two were gambling at Rolling Hills Casino in Corning."We did find $4,000 they won from gambling in the center console," Jones said. Investigators were able to verify the money as gambling proceeds, he said.Phakdy and Seuasoukeng were booked into Glenn County Jail on suspicion of being felons in possession of firearms, being criminal street gang members carrying loaded firearms in public and tampering with identification marks on firearms, all felonies.Each posted a $35,000 bail bond and were released the same day. They are set to appear Sept. 9 in Glenn County Superior Court.


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