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Ryan Karr and Jonathan Lewis arrested by California Parole Apprehension Team in Petaluma

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Police in Petaluma made a pair of arrests on wanted DUI offenders Saturday. Acting out on an anonymous tip, police and the California Parole Apprehension Team conducted two surveillance operations, targeting Ryan Karr, 32, of Windsor, and Jonathan Lewis, 34, of Rohnert Park, police said. Karr was arrested while attending a concert at the Phoenix Theatre in Petaluma, around 9:15 p.m., according to police.

He was on active parole for a felony manslaughter DUI case from 2007 in which five of six occupants died. Karr escaped police in December 2012 and had eluded police for more than a half year until Saturday. He was booked into county jail without bail. Lewis was arrested at the Society Club, at 528 Seventh St., in Santa Rosa, at about 11 p.m., police said.

He had a no-bail warrant from a February 2011 DUI, according to police. As part of his probation, Lewis is not to use or possess alcohol, and is to stay away from bars and liquor stores, police said. As he prepared to walk into the Society Club, he was arrested, according to police. He was under the influence at the time of his arrest, police said. He was booked into jail without bail.

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