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Saturday, 1 May 2010

Live Oak residents help sheriff's deputies arrest suspected gang members - Santa Cruz Sentinel


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Live Oak residents help sheriff's deputies arrest suspected gang members - Santa Cruz Sentinel: "arrested two suspected gang members Thursday after witnesses reported seeing them throw a bag concealing a gun into a dumpster on Chanticleer Avenue.
At 3:30 p.m., patrol deputies recognized Rene Magana, 27, of Watsonville, and Luis Morales, 19, of Capitola, driving on Chanticleer Avenue in Live Oak. Magana, who is on probation, drove the car onto a private street after seeing deputies, according to Sgt. Stefan Fish.
Residents in the area saw one of the men throwing a bag into a dumpster at the end of the street before driving away, deputies said. Residents reported the activity to deputies and the suspect car was stopped. Deputies found the bag containing a loaded handgun.
Fish said Magana and Morales are known to deputies from previous contacts and are suspected gang members. The two were arrested on suspicion of possessing the gun and participating in a criminal street gang. Magana also was arrested for a probation violation.
'It was a great collaboration between the community and deputies in light of recent events,' Fish said. 'Everyone's senses are really heightened at this point so everyone is alert. Without the assistance of citizens in situations like this we could not have made the arrest. We always encourage everyone to report suspicious activity.'
Last weekend, Carl Reimer, 19, was shot and killed on Grandview Street after a day of surfing and hanging out with friends. A 24-year-old man and his"


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