FAIRFIELD-SUISUN, CALIFORNIA

Crime-courts

Sex offender checks net 8 arrests

By From page A4 | October 02, 2013

FAIRFIELD — A week of enforcement checks on registered sex offenders by the Solano County Sheriff’s Office led to eight arrests for a variety of allegations.

The following people were arrested:

  • Mask Merren, 22, of Vallejo, on suspicion of failing to comply with the terms of his post-release community supervision.
  • Daryl Pugh, 23, of Vallejo, for alleged violation of the terms of his probation.
  • Vallejo residents Keith Rucker, 45, Kenneth Barr, 47, Andrew Blackmore, 43, Jonathan Cook, 41, and Kevin Henderson, 24, for alleged parole violations.
  • Thomas Douglas, 49, of Vacaville, for alleged violation of the terms of his parole.

The compliance checks are funded by a Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement Task Force grant that is overseen by the Solano County Sheriff’s Office.

Compliance checks on registered sex offenders living in Solano County are done regularly to ensure the registrants are adhering to the terms of their registration, probation or parole.

A number of agencies and teams assisted in the checks, including the Sheriff’s Enforcement Team (SET), the Sheriff’s Office California Multi-Jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team, the Northern California Computer Crimes Task Force, the Solano County Probation Department and the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation/Parole.

Reach Mike Corpos at 427-6979 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mcporposdr.

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