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Martinez Police Corporal Ryan Baillie and Reserve Officer Hue were working their beat at 12:49 a.m. on February 9 when they spotted a car driving in circles in the intersection of Pacheco Boulevard and Howe Road.

The officers did what police do and they contacted the driver, 22-year-old Concord resident Oscar Esparza-Cabello, arresting him for reckless driving. During a search of his vehicle the officers allegedly found a concealed 9mm pistol, a short-barreled, unregistered and illegal assault rifle and an illegal 40 round magazine.

Esparza-Cabello was arrested for multiple weapons violations, as well as for reckless driving. He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF) on $190,000 bail.

6 COMMENTS

  1. How in the heck do any 20 something guys survive to actual adulthood? Besides their own idiocy, sometimes they bring down others along the way. I am glad I didn’t strangle Our Ben when he was 21, but there were days. If they get thru, they can be quite great at 43…

  2. As he was going around and around in circles was he hanging an Isis flag out the window and yelling Arrest Me, Arrest Me?

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