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    Documented Criminal Gang Member Arrested for Firearm Possession

    News Release


    On May 27th, 2022, at approximately 9:00 p.m., officers from the Oxnard Special Enforcement Unit (Gang Unit) conducted a foot patrol in response to increased gang activity in the east alley of the 2600 blk. of El Dorado Ave.

    During the foot patrol the officers encountered several Oxnard criminal street gang members drinking alcoholic beverages in the alley.

    One of the subjects, identified as Juan Ayala, fled from the officers but was apprehended.  Ayala was observed discarding a handgun in front of one of the apartment complexes.  Ayala was arrested for possessing a loaded, concealed firearm.

    The Oxnard Police Department’s Special Enforcement Unit is committed to reducing gang crimes and gun violence in the City of Oxnard through the strict enforcement of laws specifically targeting known, active gang members residing in the city.

    Anyone with information regarding this case or other criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online via the Oxnard Police Department’s website:, and clicking on Report Suspicious Activity.

    You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so.  You can remain anonymous by calling the Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477. You can also visit this site: to submit a tip via text or email.



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    C E Voigtsberger
    C E Voigtsberger
    2 years ago

    “Use A Gun – Go To Jail” Remember Moonbeam McBrown using that campaign slogan in his first run at ruling Kallyforniya? But late in his second go round he signed legislation making the mandatory 5 year minimum sentence for felon in possession of a firearm a swishy-swishy discretionary sentence.

    But wait! The federal minimum is eight years mandatory sentence and in some cases ten years. Let’s have the feds handle this case. Well, sorry to say, trying and sentencing a street thug like Ayala doesn’t generate headlines for an ambitious Assistant Attorney General for the Southern District of California. I don’t think in recent memory the feds have ever prosecuted a felon in possession case unless they didn’t have any other choice with somebody they really wanted to get.

    Back to Ayala. Anybody want to bet instead of doing five years hard time at Corcoran he will get a year in the county jail which means he will probably be out in four months and will be continued on parole or probation whichever he is on for his other felony convictions. He might not even get that if he is a C.I. (confidential informant) for the narcotics detail or the gang crew.

    A while back we had a felon who had been arrested four times in three years for felon in possession. How is that? Why is he still on the streets? Well, most likely because he is working for the cops as a C.I. and they need him back on the streets. It may be that the busts were just so they could get him in to pass info to his handlers. That’s a safe way to get an informant in to pass info to the police. While certain politicians are screaming about more laws for law abiding citizens to have to observe they totally ignore the problem of felons who are proven criminals running around being continuously arrested for possession of firearms. Those are the folks who are driving up the crime statistics and are the ones who should be spending a lifetime behind bars. We have our own Whitey Bulgars right here in River City.

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