Report of Suspicious Vehicle Leads to Gang Member Arrest

Report of Suspicious Vehicle Leads to Gang Member Arrest
Photo: Tony Guerra

Fresno County Sheriff deputies were called to the Circle C Market in Centerville on the night of October 21st. Someone had reported a suspicious vehicle hanging around the area.

The occupant of the vehicle was 34-year old Tony Guerra. Guerra, a gang member from Watts, is on felony probation out of Kern County; this allowed deputies to conduct a search.

During their search, deputies found three loaded handguns, methamphetamine, ammunition, and a switch blade.

Additionally, Guerra is wanted in Los Angeles for an arrest warrant. He was arrested for five felonies, three misdemeanors and booked into Fresno County Jail where he remains in custody as of 10/24/2019. Guerra’s bail is set at $301,500.

Fresno County Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to report suspicious activity, as they did in this case.

Photo from FCSO

Report of Suspicious Vehicle Leads to Gang Member Arrest was last modified: October 25th, 2019 by admin
Categories: Fresno
Tags: gang, gun, knife, meth