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20 arrested in probation compliance checks in San Luis Obispo County


SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, Calif. - 20 people were arrested over the weekend after law enforcement conducted probation and parole compliance checks in San Luis Obispo County.

San Luis Obispo County Probation Department, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office and California State Parole conducted the sweeps with assistance from local law enforcement throughout the county.

Individuals who were on parole or probation were contacted in southern San Luis Obispo County including Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo, Nipomo and Oceano. Many of those contacted have known association with criminal street gangs.

The San Luis Obispo County Probation Department said 44 people were contacted and 21 were found to be in compliance of the terms of their probation or parole.

20 people were arrested for new criminal offenses and probation or parole violations.

The following people were arrested and booked into the San Luis Obispo County Jail: 

  • Armando Alcantar, Oceano, 20, probation violation 
  • Rudy Alvarez, 29, Nipomo, parole violation 
  • Arturo Ambrizcervantes, 30, Nipomo, driving under the influence 
  • Joseph Berry, 50, Shell Beach, probation violation 
  • Matthew Bishop, 28, Arroyo Grande, possession of metal knuckles and probation violation 
  • Armando Campos, 45, Oceano, possession of firearm and parole violation 
  • Bradley Davis, 39, Grover Beach, parole violation 
  • Ruby Delgado, 26, Grover Beach, warrant
  • Salvador Flores, Jr., 20, possession of metal knuckles; possession of controlled substances; probation violation 
  • Michael Galindo, 43, Grover Beach, parole violation 
  • Bobby Heredia, 31, Nipomo, probation violation 
  • Madison Knoll; 27, Arroyo Grande, parole violation 
  • Cameron Murdoch; 32, Arroyo Grande, probation violation 
  • Michael Nunez; 45, Nipomo, probation violation 
  • Nicole Pena; 26, Nipomo, warrant 
  • Victor Rodriguez, 25, Nipomo, probation violation 
  • Alexis Uc, 23, Arroyo Grande, possession of a controlled substance and probation violation 

A loaded semi-auto firearm with high capacity magazines, suspected forged/stolen checks, a ballistic vest and illegal narcotics were discovered and seized during the operation, authorities said. 

A juvenile was also taken into custody for a probation violation. Two adults were cited and released.

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