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* Richmond resident Michael Andrew Savage, 54, And Fairfield Transient Brandon Savage, 20, Arrested Seual Abuse Of Minor

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Police in Vacaville arrested two men Thursday on multiple felony counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, including intercourse with a minor, penetration with a foreign object and possession of child pornography.Detectives with the Family Investigative Response Services Team reported obtaining evidence and statements Wednesday indicating that Richmond resident Michael Andrew Savage, 54, and Fairfield transient Brandon Savage, 20, had been involved in the sexual abuse of a minor, according to the Vacaville Police Department. Police reported that an attempt to contact Michael Savage at his Richmond address Wednesday was unsuccessful. Detectives continued their investigation Thursday, and located the suspect where he worked at the California Army National Guard Recruiting Station at 624 Carlson Blvd. in Richmond. Savage was taken into custody without incident, according to police, and was subsequently booked into Solano County jail for two counts of oral copulation with a minor,penetration with a foreign object,photographing a minor in a sexual position and possession of child pornography.Police reported locating Brandon Savage already in custody at Solano County jail awaiting an August 12 sentencing on unrelated charges of possession of a stolen vehicle, evading police and violating probation. Savage was newly arrested Thursday on four felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, possession of child pornography and photographing a minor in a sexual position.Police did not specify if the two suspects were related and released no further details regarding the investigation. Anyone able to provide further information regarding this case of sexual abuse is asked to contact Vacaville police Detective Dave Marsh at (707) 469-6616.

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