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* Robert Duncanson, David Sainz, Robert Weis and Anthony Gomez arrested in Monterey County sex offenders parole compliance sweep

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Four registered sex offenders were arrested for parole violations in Monterey County on Sunday night during a special Halloween multi-agency parole compliance sweep, the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office reported.A special task force from the sheriff’s office joined parole agents from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation on Sunday to conduct Operation Boo, a unified enforcement of special Halloween parole conditions mandated for registered sex offenders, the sheriff’s office said.The parole agents and members of the sheriff’s department’s Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement Task Force conducted over 40 parole compliance checks on Halloween eve between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. in the areas of Salinas, Prunedale, and Gilroy, deputies reported.Four sex offenders were found to be in violation of various parole requirements and were booked into the Monterey County Jail, the sheriff’s office said.The arrested offenders were 40-year old Anthony Gomez of Prundale and Salinas residents David Sainz, 45; Robert Weis, 40; and Robert Duncanson, 39, according to the sheriff’s office.The parole terms of which they were found to be in violation included possession of pornography, marijuana, marijuana pipes, fireworks, and “Halloween decorations and festive paraphernalia,” the sheriff’s office said.

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  • So what happened with the parole violation with these four people? Did they go back to prison?

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