Firearms arrest in Oxnard after traffic collision — Driver believed to under the influence of Drugs

Espinoza, Jonathan

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release

On May 16, at about 11:15 p.m., Officers from the Oxnard Police Department responded to Palm and Magnolia Streets in Oxnard regarding a traffic collision. Officers learned that a vehicle driven by Espinoza had collided with four parked vehicles.  Officers began to suspect that Espinoza had been driving his vehicle while under the influence of drugs.  After an investigation, officers arrested Espinoza for driving while under the influence of drugs.  During a search of Espinoza’s vehicle officers located a loaded firearm inside the vehicle. 

Espinoza was arrested for multiple firearm charges and driving under the influence of drugs. 

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:  www.oxnardpd.org, 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: www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email.


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3 Responses to Firearms arrest in Oxnard after traffic collision — Driver believed to under the influence of Drugs

  1. Michael May 17, 2020 at 3:25 pm

    Right our police do the best they can, with what they have, and in the current situation we are all in right now people don’t go to jail for nonviolent crimes which is a great idea or our jails would be a breeding ground for the virus with people coming in and out. The no bail is for our protection, so I say thank you Governor Newsome even though I know that you have nothingto do with this law.

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    • C. Collier May 17, 2020 at 5:08 pm

      The problem being, of course, that the “no bail” system does NOT protect us. It allows the criminals a revolving door back out into public to continue to victimize normal people. There have been several people arrested and released numerous times under this program, allowing the to continue to prey on society. But you are correct that Comrade Newsom had nothing to do with the no bail program. That’s all on the state Judicial Council.

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  2. Mary May 17, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Our police have tough jobs yet do a great job. I hope this individual Espinosa is not going to be released on “no bail” and disappear, thanks to Governor “Losesome” Newsom.

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