Six Petaluma residents were arrested Wednesday during a county-wide sweep targeting people with criminal records considered to be at a high risk of committing additional crimes, including those released from prison through the state's realignment program.
28 officers from around the county participated in the crack-down, including officers from Petaluma. Ten people were arrested and five weapons were recovered in the sweep.
Such operations are scheduled to continue throughout Sonoma County, funded by a 2012 budget act providing grants to city police departments.
Following are the Petaluma residents who were arrested and their alleged violations:
— William L. Hammond, 43 year old Petaluma resident; Violation of Probation, possession of marijuana, and possession of Billy clubs and knives.
— Curtis J. Marufo, 33 year old Petaluma resident; Felony Warrant for violation of Post Release Community Supervision.
— Zachary Fortune, 19 year old Petaluma resident; Violation of Probation, possession of drug paraphernalia, ammunition, and a Billy club.
— John A. Lindt, 31 year old Petaluma resident; Violation of Probation and possession of brass knuckles.
—?Roger D. Lindt, 22 year old Petaluma resident; Violation of Probation and possession of drug paraphernalia (Roger Lindt was cited to appear).
—?Andres L. Rojas, 21 year old Petaluma resident; Felony Warrant.