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Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Rangers stop gang members with gun at Santa Cruz beach parking lot - San Jose Mercury News

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Rangers stop gang members with gun at Santa Cruz beach parking lot - San Jose Mercury News: "State Parks rangers arrested three suspected gang members who allegedly had a loaded .357 handgun in a car parked at Natural Bridges State Beach on Monday evening, authorities reported.
A ranger patrolling the beach's main parking lot around 6 p.m. spotted two vehicles parked in a corner with four men loitering nearby and went over to investigate, according to Karl Tallman, State Parks public safety superintendent.
Neither vehicle had paid the beach's day-use fee and the ranger also smelled marijuana, Tallman said. The four men also were uncooperative with the ranger, so additional rangers and Santa Cruz police were called in as backup.
At one point, one man was trying to get back into one of the cars. He wasn't allowed to and a ranger searched the vehicle, where he found the loaded gun, Tallman said.
Three of the four men were arrested at gunpoint."

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