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Neighborhood Policing Nets Arrests Just East of Downtown:
8th/Washington Pl.:Cops Stop Suspicious Vehicle, Find Three Suspected Gang Members w. Loaded Gun; Weapon & Vehicle Descriptions Match Recent Area Shootings
8th/Orange: Relentless Investigation Nets Suspect w/ Two No Bail Warrants Believed Related To Neighborhood Problem; Cops Find Him Hiding Elsewhere & Bust Him
(October 24, 2003) -- LBPD Public Information Officer Greg Schirmer passes along two instances of neighborhood police work just east of downtown LB that we're pleased to report:
At about 3:43 a.m., LBPD officers Officers Torres and Harris stopped a suspicious vehicle in the area of 8th St. and Washington Place. It contained three suspected gang members. One subject had a loaded .25 caliber handgun in his waistband. All three were taken into custody. The vehicle and gun descriptions matched recent area shootings and the homicide detail was notified to follow-up.
Officers Darwin and Anguiano were actively seeking a suspect wanted on two felony no bail warrants, also believed related to a problem location in the 800 block of Orange Ave. As part of what PIO Schirmer calls a relentless follow-up investigation, officers Darwin and Anguiano managed to obtain information that the suspect was hiding out at another LB location. Officers Darwin, Anguiano, Mora, Rose and Sgt. Giesige paid a call on the location, found the suspect and took him into custody without incident.
All in a day's work for these LB cops.