Thursday, August 18, 2016

Daily Corrctions Clips


CALIFORNIA PAROLE

Colin Atagi, The Desert Sun

Multiple arrests stemming from the actions of four suspected members of an Indio-based street gang, considered one of Riverside County's "most violent,"  were announced Tuesday.

The men are accused of firing on a group, killing one earlier this month.

They are suspected members of the Jackson Terrace street gang, according to a declaration in support of an arrest warrant. They’re identified as Indio residents Angel Lopez, 28; Jose Armendariz, 32; Andrew Malanche, 25; and Cesar Monzon, 26.

The Jackson Terrace gang is one of nearly 400 Riverside County street gangs. Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin once referred to the Indio group as the "most violent, most prolific" gang in the region.

CORRECTIONS RELATED

William James Association, Santa Cruz IMC

The play, created and directed by Leah Joki, features the actors’ stories of incarceration and reentry. Leah Joki is the author Juilliard to Jail and writer/performer of the one-woman play Prison Boxing. Ms. Joki taught theatre and managed the Arts in Corrections programs at Chuckawalla State Prison in Blythe and California State Prison - Los Angeles County in Lancaster.

The multimedia TIME WILL TELL will be performed on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 7:00 p.m. at Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean Street in Santa Cruz. The performance will be followed by an audience talkback. All tickets are $15.00 and available at the door or by calling Brown Paper Tickets,
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