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Four arrested during SPD, Fed compliance checks

UPDATE: 8/31/2018 2:38 p.m. The Salinas Police Department said four parolees were arrested during a compliance check operation on Wednesday.

Salinas Police’s Violence Suppression Unit, the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Parole Department and other federal state and local partners checked on 20 individuals on parole. Four of the parolees were arrested.

During the sweep, 170 oz of concentrated cannabis was recovered, along with 300 rounds of ammunition and a safe believed to be holding guns. Following a search of the safe, officers found three unregistered handguns, a .40 cal Glock 27 Semi Auto, a .40 cal Glock 27 Semi-Auto with laser sights and a 9 mm cal. Springfield Armory XD Semi-Auto.

“Also inside were three boxes of various caliber ammunition and a 30 round Glock magazine,” said SPD.

The Monterey County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad was deployed to one of the locations after authorities found what appeared to be a hand grenade. The Bomb Squad determined the device was a replica.

66-year-old Alfredo Aguilar was arrested for possession of concentrated cannabis, and possession of a military style practice/replica hand grenade.

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