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Recent Crime News
Tuesday Oct 21 | via Cal Coast News
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Lompoc police officer accused of assaulting his girlfriend on Sunday, marking the third arrest of a member of the Lompoc Police Department this year. [ KEYT ] Deputies responded to call from a neighbor about a domestic dispute at a Vandenberg Village home Sunday morning. Comment?
Thursday Oct 16 | via Edhat
Edgar Cordova, age 29, of Santa Barbara was arrested for conspiracy to commit extortion for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Cordova's arrest stemmed from a 16-month Santa Barbara Police Department investigation that previously led to the arrests of Benjamin Ybarra, Jesse Martin Enriquez, Franco Eric Aguiniga, and Ruben Jose Regalado Jr. on October 1, 2014 for similar charges. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Noozhawk
The woman who was shot to death earlier this week in Lompoc was identified Wednesday as Rebecca Maxine Yap, 37, who was last known to be living in Santa Maria. Clay Martin Burt Murray, 64, was arrested on a murder charge after he allegedly fatally shot Yap at a home in the 300 block of North Daisy Street, Sgt. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Cal Coast News
As she was dying, a Lompoc woman named the man who is believed to have fatally shot her Monday night. [KEYT] Lompoc police found the woman in the backyard of a home in the 300 block of North Daisy Street, where she was suffering from gunshot wounds to her abdomen. Comment?
Friday Oct 3 | via Edhat
A 16-month Santa Barbara Police Department investigation has led to the arrests of the following subjects for conspiracy to commit extortion for the benefit of a criminal street gang: Regalado was also arrested for conspiracy to possess methamphetamine for sale for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Ybarra, Enriquez, and Regalado are Santa Barbara area gang members. Comment?
Thursday Oct 2 | via Noozhawk
Four Santa Barbara County men have been arrested for allegedly extorting money on behalf of the Mexican Mafia prison gang, according to the Santa Barbara Police Department . The arrests came after a 16-month investigation stemming from the Raymond Macias kidnapping and torture case , said Sgt. Comment?
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