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* Andre Lewis and Christopher Mamon arrested suspicion of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl in Fairfield

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The Fairfield Police Department’s newly-formed Special Operations Team (SOT) made arrests in four violent assaults, two of them sexual, in the past week, a police lieutenant said. Andre Lewis, 19, of Fairfield, and Christopher Mamon, 20, of Vallejo, were arrested June 15 on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl at a park on June 13, Lt. Greg Hurlbut said.

Lewis was arrested at his residence on Hazelwood Court and Mamon was arrested at a relative’s residence on Ridge Avenue in Vallejo, Hurlbut said. Both were booked into the Solano County jail for rape, oral copulation and false imprisonment. The SOT arrested Carlos Cordova, 25, of Fairfield, on June 15 on suspicion of committing a brutal sexual assault in a bathroom of a San Francisco business, Hurlbut said.

San Francisco police detectives advised Fairfield police there was a $2 million arrest warrant for Cordova, and the SOT arrested Cordova in the 200 block of Dahlia Street. He was booked into the Solano County jail until he is transferred to San Francisco, Hurlbut said. Fairfield police arrested Johnnie Williams, 21, of Fairfield on June 15 during a traffic stop at North Texas Street and Alaska Avenue, Hurlbut said.

Williams was arrested for possessing a concealed handgun and is wanted for kicking and punching a 40-year-old man in the face at a residence on June 14. He was booked in the Solano County jail. Police arrested James Alander, 47, of Fairfield at a residence in the 1400 block of Monroe Street for two domestic violence and criminal threat incidents on May 28 and May 31, Hurlbut said.

Alander allegedly punched his ex-girlfriend in the face, arms and legs on May 28, and threatened to kill her as she walked to the county courthouse on May 31, Hurlbut said. He was booked into the Solano County jail for felony domestic violence, making terrorist threats and possession of methamphetamine, Hurlbut said. The department’s Special Operations Team formed earlier this month is taking a proactive approach to violent crimes, police said.

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