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Former L.A. Sheriff’s Deputy Sentenced to Seven Years After Leading Fake Raid for Half Ton of Marijuana

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The former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy was sentenced to seven years in prison on Monday, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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  • Marc Antrim orchestrated a fake raid for half a ton of marijuana and an estimated $600,000 in cash in October 2018. Antrim was assigned to the Temple City Sheriff’s station at the time. He pleaded guilty to this incident and a string of other crimes back in March 2019. His other crimes include brandishing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. United States District Judge, Virginia A. Phillips commented that Antrim’s crimes “eroded the public’s trust” in regards to law enforcement.
  • Antrim was working as a patrol deputy at the time of the incident. He used a phony search warrant and flashed his badge to enter a legal marijuana distribution business. It was there that he and three accomplices, dressed as deputies, detained three warehouse security guards. When real Los Angeles police arrived on the scene of the incident, Antrim put them on the phone with a fake supervisor who told them to leave. An attorney for the business called the Sheriff’s Department and provided security footage to authorities.
  • Six other people have been convicted in the case and were sentenced to six to 14 years in federal prison. Authorities subsequently found two pounds of marijuana at one of the accomplices’, Kevin McBride, home. Additionally, they found law enforcement ammunition and a Beretta handgun registered to Antrim.
  • Mcbride and another accomplice, James Perez assisted Antrim in detaining the warehouse security guards. The third accomplice, Daniel Aguilera, arrived later on with a rental truck to take the cannabis. GPS attached to the moving truck was what lead authorities to track the vehicle back to McBride’s home. A man named Christopher Myung Kim, who is described as a disgruntled employee at the cannabis establishment, will be serving 14 years for planning the heist.

There isn’t currently a motive made known to the public as to why this large group of individuals would commit such an act.

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Man Arrested After Shooting At Gilroy Cops During Pursuit

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A 36-year-old man was arrested Wednesday night after he led Gilroy police officers on a high-speed pursuit.

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  • The chase occurred around 9 p.m after police attempted to stop a man named Joshua Munoz. According to authorities, Munoz had warrants out for his arrest and was wanted for outstanding felony and misdemeanor charges.
  • Munoz was charged with possession of a firearm, resisting arrest, child endangerment, brandishing a weapon, burglary, and violating probation. Munoz was pursued by officers onto Highway 101 where he allegedly opened fire. Reportedly, he held a pistol out of the driver’s side window and fired a round at officers. Nobody was injured during the incident.
  • The pursuit reached Monterey County and then the California Highway Patrol took over the chase. Munoz eventually lost control of his vehicle and crashed. Afterward, Munoz attempted to flee, but officers managed to capture him.
  • Police recovered a handgun and rifle on the scene. Munoz was later booked into Santa Clara County jail. In addition to previous warrants, Munoz has also been charged with attempted murder of a police officer, felony evasion, felon in possession of a firearm, and resisting arrest.

Police are still investigating and are asking anyone with additional information to contact detectives at 408-046-0335 or the anonymous tip line at 408-846-0330.

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Teen Couple Joked About Dad’s Killing in New Video Evidence

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A 16-year-old girl and her 18-year-old boyfriend allegedly stabbed her father to death in April.

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  • The couple allegedly made vlogs about the crime in the aftermath of the incident. The videos are being used as evidence in the case and have been presented to a Nevada grand jury this week. The videos were recorded with the intent to post them online but were never posted.
  • Aaron Guerrero and Sierra Halseth are charged with murdering Daniel Halseth, Sierra’s father. The couple then burned down the Halseth’s home, which incinerated Daniel’s corpse. In the video, Guerrero can be quoted as saying, “It was worth it.”
  • Sierra and Aaron both face counts of conspiracy to commit murder. Other charges include murder with a deadly weapon, first-degree arson, fraudulent use of credit cards, conspiracy to commit robbery, and robbery with a deadly weapon. The couple was caught on surveillance footage from Home Depot and WinCo purchasing the supplies needed to start a fire.
  • According to CBS 8, the couple’s credit card and debit card receipts match the purchases. Authorities revealed that the couple had been dating for seven months before their parents agreed they shouldn’t date. After the incident, the couple fled to Salt Lake City. The pair was arrested in Utah, and a bloody rug was found in the teenager’s trunk.

The couple was extradited to Clark County, Nevada, and denied bail.

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Man Accused of Kidnapping Dallas Boy Faces New Murder Charge

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A Dallas man initially accused of kidnapping four year old Cash Gernon is now being charged with capital murder.

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  • An 18-year-old from Dallas allegedly kidnapped a sleeping Gernon from his bed last month. He is now being charged with capital murder after the toddler was found stabbed to death a few blocks away. Darriynn Brown’s charges have been upgraded on Wednesday night. This is after new evidence has been found linking him to the murder.
  • Dallas police say “evidence submitted to the lab has been returned linking” Brown to the young boy. Authorities have not specified what DNA evidence they have. Police did not immediately identify Brown as the suspect. Brown was identified later on via surveillance footage taking Gernon from his bed around 5 a.m.
  • Two hours after the incident, a jogger came across Gernon’s dead body lying in the street with multiple stab wounds. At the time, Cash and his twin brother Carter were staying with their father’s girlfriend, Monica Sherrod. Their father allegedly skipped town to outrun drug charges. Carter is now in the custody of his mother, Melina Seagroves.
  • Police allege that Brown knew Sherrod and her teenage son, but their exact relationship is unclear. Before the DNA was returned, Brown was already facing kidnapping and burglary charges. In February, Brown walked into another Dallas home attempting to snatch a two year old girl but was stopped by her grandfather. Brown attacked the man and fled the scene without the girl.

Brown was charged with burglary and injury to an elderly person in that incident.

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