Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Two felons going back to prison / jail

From Z107.7 News, June 13, 2017

TWO TWENTYNINE PALMS FELONS ARRESTED WITH GUNS AND AMMO

Two Twentynine Palms men, who are convicted felons, were arrested Sunday after they were found with guns and ammunition. According to a Sheriff’s report, about 1 p.m., deputies were called to an area north of Pinto Mountain in Wonder Valley for reports of shots fired. Deputies saw a Nissan Frontier leaving the area, which tried to flee, but got stuck in the sand. Two men, later identified as Victor Guerra, 33, and Robert Prudholme, 28, then fled from the vehicle into the desert. They were detained after a short foot pursuit. A records check revealed Guerra was a convicted felon on parole and Prudholme was also a convicted felon on probation. Deputies searched the vehicle and located a semi-automatic AR-15 rifle, a .38-caliber revolver and 400 rounds of ammunition.
Victor Guerra and Robert Prudholme were both arrested for investigation of being a felon in possession of a weapon and ammunition, booked into the Morongo Basin Jail, and are being held without bail for violating the terms of their parole and probation.
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Some of you express skepticism about calling the Sheriff's Department on these kinds of violations, but people kept calling on this and it paid off. These two will not be back any time soon.

When you call the Sheriff's Department, ALWAYS ask for an incident number.

8 comments:

  1. Actually they'll probably be out in no time thanks to prop 47, prop 57 and ab109. Realistically this must be fake news since AR15's are banned in California and felons can't own guns or ammo... Oh wait, that's right, felons don't obey the law. Who woulda thunk it!

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  2. Sounds like it pays to report shots fired. Kudos to the caller!

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  3. Too bad the Cops cant just go Brazilian on them with a bullet in the head.

    It would sure stop a lot of crime.

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    1. You're saying they should be executed for owing guns?

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  4. That would be the California mentality, gun owners are the devil!

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  5. They are career criminals with STOLEN GUNS.

    Both have been charged with attempted murder in the past.

    They are not gun owners. They are prohibited from touching a gun or ammo much less owing one.

    What were they practicing shooting for?
    Their next violent robbery?
    A Grocery store may be a bank or just a home invasion robbery?

    That is why the police should be able to go Brazilian on career criminals that are caught in the act.

    We would live in a far safer world.

    Do you feel safe with Robert Prudholme or Victor Guerra walking the streets?


    By Z107.7 News, on June 12th, 2015

    THREE INJURED, ONE ARREST, IN TWENTYNINE PALMS STABBING

    UPDATED TWO ARRESTED:
    According to court records, two men—Steven Perez, 24, and Robert Prudholme, 26, both of Twentynine Palms—were arrested for assault with a deadly weapon in the stabbing of three men last Friday night in the 6600 block of Desert Queen Avenue. Both men were arraigned in Joshua Tree Superior Court Tuesday and pleaded not guilty. Robert Prudholme is being held on $100,000 bail; Steven Perez’s bail has been increased from $50,000 to $250,000.



    FAMILY FIGHT ESCALATES TO ATTEMPTED MURDER IN TWENTYNINE PALMS


    By Z107.7 News, on September 4th, 2013


    A family fight that got out of control resulted in a Twentynine Palms man being arrested for attempted murder Monday, and his wife arrested for battery. According to Sheriff’s Sergeant Derrick Garvin, deputies were called to a home in the 6300 block of Yucca Avenue where they found Victor Guerra, 29, armed with a knife and a hammer, had been chasing family members. Guerra was uncooperative with deputies and was tased, after which he was arrested for investigation of attempted murder. He was booked into the Morongo Basin Jail with his bail set at $1 million. His wife, Tisha Guerra, was also arrested for investigation of battery.

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  6. None of that was in the story I posted.

    I believe in the rule of law, that every person has the right to a trial, and that law enforcement should not be given the role of judge, jury, and executioner.

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  7. 5 Minutes on Google and I got what Paul Harvey called the rest of the story.

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