Permanent Ink Leads to “The Clink”

Pebble Beach Monterey-

Gun in the Waistband

At around 9:30 pm Pebble Beach Security was conducting checks of private parking lots in the China Rock Area. Noticing a parked Nissan Altima with three persons inside , one of the officers approached and noticed the smell of marijuana after approaching the vehicle. The officer directed the front passenger, later identified as Gildaro Narez, 18 of Salinas, to exit the vehicle after he noticed him to have gang tattoos on his face.

The officer asked him to lift his shirt to see if he had more gang tattoos but instead of a tattoo Narez had a chrome .357 magnum revolver in his waistband. The officer realized the threat immediately and tackled Narez to the ground, handcuffed him, secured his weapon and called for Sheriff Deputies to respond to the scene.

Upon Sheriffs arrival a high risk stop was performed on the remaining occupants of the vehicle. The two other occupants were released and Narez was transferred to custody by deputies on the scene.

Narez is an admitted Sureño Gang Member and had tattoos consistent with the membership to the Sureño Gang.  He was booked in the Monterey County Jail.

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Permanent Ink Leads to “The Clink” was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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Maleehai Rodriguez

Maleehai "Mal" Rodriguez is a college intern writer for Crime Voice. She is also a start up magazine owner entitled "Chisel & Marble" and has been a two time semi-finalist in national writing competitions. She enjoys golf and snowboarding. She loves her three children, husband and Great Dane puppy Ulysses.