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Thursday, 29 December 2011

Guadalupe Rubiozavala of Watsonville, and a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old boy all were arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang


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 Four teenagers and a 20-year-old were arrested Tuesday night after they fled a car stop and one teen threw a loaded handgun into a planter box, Watsonville police said.
About 8:30 p.m., police and members of the Santa Cruz County Gang Task Force tried to pull over a blue Honda for a vehicle violation on West Beach Street near Rodriguez Street, said Sgt. Brian Ridgway.
The car pulled over and a 15-year-old passenger ran away holding his waist, Ridgway said. An officer chased the teen and saw him throw a loaded, semiautomatic pistol into a planter in a parking lot of a drug store, police said.
Police detained the boy at 475 Rodriguez St. and later recovered the gun, Ridgway said. The teen was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a gun and ammunition, possession of a concealed loaded firearm, resisting arrest and gang enhancements, Ridgway said.
The boy's name was not released because he was younger than 18.
While the officer was chasing the 15-year-old, the blue Honda drove off and was pursued by police in a patrol car with its sirens on.
The Honda stopped at a shopping mall at 375 Rodriguez St., and police arrested two men and two boys in the car.
The driver, 19-year-old Salvador Juarez of Watsonville, was arrested on suspicion of failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, a probation violation and participation in a criminal street gang, police said. A passenger, 20-year-old Edgar



Guadalupe Rubiozavala of Watsonville, and a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old boy all were arrested on suspicion of participation in a criminal street gang, police said.
Rubiozavala also was arrested on suspicion of a probation violation, said Lt. David McCartney.
Police said the three juveniles were transported to Juvenile Hall and the two adults were transported to County Jail.
Juarez and Rubiozavala are being held in lieu of $25,000 bail, according to jail records.


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