General Crime

* Fairfield 16-Year-Old Norteno Gang Member Arrested For Carrying Loaded Gun (Cant Give You Name Because It Could Distrubt His Childhood)

Fairfield gang detectives on Thursday night arrested a known gang member on various weapons offenses after a spot-search turned up a loaded handgun, according to police. At around 8:45 p.m., gang detectives reported seeing a 16-year-old known member of the Norteño street gang in front of a liquor store in the 1700 block of North Texas Street, according to Fairfield police. The suspect was on probation due to a prior conviction for carrying a loaded handgun, and therefore subject to search and seizure conditions, according to police. Detectives contacted the boy and, during a pat down, reportedly found a loaded semi-automatic handgun in his waistband. The Fairfield juvenile was arrested for various firearm violations and violation of probation, according to police, who also served the youth with a court-ordered gang injunction.

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  • I thought those tags are funny. Gang members are nothing but street garbage that should be locked up. This society allows for this type of garbage to continue to live among real citizens. Open your eyes America these street thugs are the same people we are trying to remove from other countries and we allow this crap here.

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