Woodland Weekly Police Report | June 10-June 17 – Daily Democrat

Firearm confiscated: At 10 a.m. on June 14, the Woodland Gang Task Force, along with probation and patrol units, conducted a parole search of Darius Mason’s home on the 100 block of Buckeye Street. Mason, a 40-year-old Woodland resident, is banned from possessing firearms and ammunition. During the search, Mason was found to have a 9mm firearm, two high-capacity magazines, hollow-point ammunition, and an additional 113 rounds of 9mm ammunition. Mason was arrested and being held in the Yolo County Jail for possession of the firearm and ammunition while he was a prohibited person, possession of high-capacity magazines, and violating his post-release community policing regulations.

drug sales: At 5:40 p.m. on June 14, the Gang Task Force and Yolo County Probation conducted a probation search at the 400 block of Thomas Street at the home of Rogelio Sanchez, a 25-year-old Woodland resident. During the search, Sanchez was found to be in possession of 92 blue M30 pills and a large amount of cash. M30’s are commonly fentanyl spiked and counterfeit. The pills were later found to be oxycodone hydrochloride. Sanchez was arrested and sentenced to the Yolo County Jail for drug sales and probation violations.

HOST

One of our HOST team was out and about this week.

CHP and the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department cleared a few large camps outside of the City of Woodland boundaries. As people moved on, our HOST team worked to ensure no new camps formed within the city limits.

There was concern on Matmor Road south of E. Main Street. HOST officials spent time coordinating resources to solve the problem.

Work was also being done on the old Chevy dealer lot on E. Main St. to assist the construction crews so they could prepare for construction next week.

HOST made 78 contacts and offered services to 36 of them, three of whom accepted services. 21 camps were located and 12 camps cleaned up. There were four downtown strips and nine business contacts were made. There were five arrests.

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