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Clearlake Police, Probation conduct enforcement operations; 12 arrested

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CLEARLAKE, Calif. – Twelve people were arrested Wednesday during an enforcement local authorities conducted focusing on probationers.

Sgt. Tim Hobbs of the Clearlake Police Department said that agency and Lake County Probation conducted the enforcement in the city of Clearlake and in Lower Lake.

He said the operation was focused on individuals on Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS).  

During the operation officers went to 16 locations that were preselected and which related to a list of individuals on PRCS probation.

As a result of this operation the following 12 individuals were arrested, Hobbs said:

– Joshua Merayo, 35, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for possession of a dangerous weapon and violation of probation.

– Nicholas Brooks, 33, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for violation of
probation.

– David Row, 30, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for possession of drug
paraphernalia and violation of parole.

– Richard Olivieri, 49, was arrested and booked into the Lake County jail for resisting a police officer and violation of probation.

– Paul Lambdin, 66, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for violation of probation.

– Matthew Jenson, 42, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for a parole warrant and violation of parole.

– Brandon Conwell, 25, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for a felony warrant and violation of probation.

– Brian Collins, 50, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.

– Priscilla Lavalley, 52, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for a warrant and possession of a narcotic controlled substance.

– Thomas Morse, 29, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.

– Robert Logue, 39, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for a warrant.

– Joseph Logue, 18, was arrested and booked into the Lake County Jail for possession of a narcotic controlled substance.

Hobbs said Lavalley, Morse, Robert Logue and Joseph Logue were not on PRCS.

Anyone with information regarding individuals on Post Release Community Supervision who are violating the terms of their probation in Clearlake can contact the Clearlake Police Department at
707-994-8251.

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Hillbilly Jim
Probation/Parole
written by Hillbilly Jim, May 24, 2013
Probation is granted by the courts to offenders in lieu of sending them directly to prison or jail in order to give them a chance to prove they can be law abiding citizens by committing no new law violations and by abiding by the conditions of their probation. If they can’t behave, their probation is revoked & they serve their term in prison or jail. Parole is granted by the state to offenders who have already proven they can’t behave.
Hillbilly Jim
Probation VS Parole
written by Hillbilly Jim, May 24, 2013
With the advent of AB109 (Prison Realignment), offenders are being released from State Prisons to the Counties to be supervised by Probation instead of State Parole agents to save the state money. Known as Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) these offenders as well as parolees are all subject to arrest by any law enforcement agency when they violate the conditions of their release from prison.
Great Job CPD and Probation!!!!
ottsca
Probation vs. Parole
written by a guest, May 23, 2013
Thank goodness, I guess, that I don't know this. But what is the difference between probation and parole?

Parole = sentenced to time in jail but now is under supervised release?
Probation = sentenced to supervised release rather than spend time in jail?

Curious as there seem to be a mix of parole vs. probation violations in the list.
cheryldrsam
Great Job Law Enforcement
written by a guest, May 22, 2013
Keep up the good work, we need people to realize the they should obey the law's of the land. us law abiding citizens don't like how the crime is increasing around lake county we are willing to help in any way we can.smilies/smiley.gif
The_Geek
HMMMM
written by The_Geek, May 22, 2013
Sounds like they are turning up the heat. Good Job CLPD.

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