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Thursday, 10 June 2010

Salinas police help net 24 arrests in 'Operation Tapout' | | The Salinas Californian

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Salinas police help net 24 arrests in 'Operation Tapout' | | The Salinas Californian: "'Tapout' — a six-month-long investigation — has led to the arrests of at least 36 Nuestra Familia street gang members, police said, including some with direct Salinas connections.'Gang members don't have boundaries,' said Villegas, spokesman for the Police Department. 'We serve and protect the city of Salinas, but we know criminals come in and commit crimes in our city. And Salinas criminals don't just commit crimes in our city.'The operation involved the FBI, the California Department of Justice, and several of the local police and sheriff's departments.In Tuesday's sweep, Villegas said, officers and agents served arrest and search warrants. Salinas officers, he said, served warrants in Earlimart, which led to an arrest."

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