Sheriff Allman Says More Local Folk May Face Arrests as Result of Mendo National Forest Raids
In addition to the 102 arrests already made, Mendocino Sheriff Tom Allman says that there will be more arrests next week. According to the Ukiah Daily Journal, “”The more intelligence we gather, and the more we can put (detainees) with a garden, of course you’re going to have more arrests,” Allman said. “Next week you’ll see a click-up on some of the arrests … (and) you’re going to see possibly some local people who were involved in some of these situations.”
Interestingly, in spite of the push to rid the public lands of dangerous ties to Mexican cartels, of the 102 arrested, only 13 were “detained on administrative immigration violations” while the rest were booked on federal and state charges. Of course, the remaining 89 could still be related to the Mexican cartels and even be illegal immigrants charged here first and then sent back after prison.
hat tip to Robert Southerland’s 420 News Service