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Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Registered Sex Offender Who Allegedly Threatened Neighbor

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Monterey County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a registered sex offender Saturday who allegedly threatened a neighbor with a knife and made terrorist threats to the neighbor, sheriff’s officials said.

Members of the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department’s Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Task Force arrested Mark Davis, 56, at his home, located at 2404 N. Main St. in Salinas around 11 a.m. Sheriff’s officials said Davis was found to be in violation of his probation terms.

Further investigation revealed Davis had made “terrorist threats” to another tenant in his housing complex and displayed a knife, sheriff’s officials said. He was booked in the Monterey County Jail without incident.

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