Authorities arrest 6 in compliance checks

By From page A5 | January 31, 2014

FAIRFIELD — Law enforcement officials doing regular compliance checks on people who are on post-release community supervision arrested six people this week for a variety of violations, according to a news release from the Solano County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies from the Sheriff’s Enforcement Team teamed up Tuesday with officers from Solano County Probation, the Fairfield Police Department and the Dixon Police Department to make the sweep in two teams. Results of the sweep were announced Thursday.

During the checks, which involved 17 homes, authorities arrested Hugh Lopez, 50, of Fairfield, Victor McCall, 32, of Suisun City, Michael Congdon, 45, of Fairfield, Keijona Jackson, 38, of Fairfield, and Trevor Shope, 41, of Fairfield.

All were booked into Solano County jail on suspicion of violating the terms of their release. Lopez and Congdon also face allegations of possessing methamphetamine smoking pipes, the release states.

In addition to an alleged post-release community supervision violation, McCall was booked on suspicion of possessing an illegally altered firearm, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and committing a felony while out on bail.

The release says officers found an altered .22-caliber rifle in McCall’s bedroom at his home.

Also arrested was 42-year-old Fairfield resident Shawn Derr, who was not on post-release community supervision but was arrested for allegedly possessing a methamphetamine pipe. Derr was found at the home of a person who is currently on post-release community supervision, the release states.

The Sheriff’s Enforcement Team includes Solano County deputies, the U.S. Marshals Service, and an officer from the Fairfield Police Department.

The team’s primary function is to be the enforcement arm of Solano County Probation, which oversees post-release community supervision participants, and to ensure that those currently released under post-release community supervision are adhering to the terms of their release.

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  • JazzAzzJanuary 31, 2014 - 6:58 am

    Just proves that you can't fix STUPID!!!!!

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  • just a thoughtJanuary 31, 2014 - 6:30 pm

    Funny how local law enforcement cherry picks what they release via the media. You got a few people on violations of post release? Cool. How about doing something meaningful like making an arrest in the most recent Parkway Gardens murder? Funny how the mother of the victim is quoted as knowing who the shooter is and the ffpd has yet to make an arrest. Even funnier that out chief of police has been quoted as sayinh you can't just arrest your way out of this problem. Really? I'm confused because I thought arrests were exactly the way to fix this? But maybe that just be me?

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  • did your thought hurt?January 31, 2014 - 7:40 pm

    I was not aware that you were privy to all the facts of the case. I am sure the mother of the victim judgment is perfectly fine right now.

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