Wednesday, October 28, 2009

MASIEL CRIME FAMILY AT IT AGAIN!! $300,000 a year violent offender.

Benjamin Masiel , Masiel Crime family member, out on PAROLE, was arrested AGAIN by the Riverside County Sheriffs Department. YOU WILL NOT find that he is a PECHANGA MEMBER making well over $300,000 per year in the Press Enterprise.

Hemet man was arrested after he ran from a car during a traffic stop and authorities discovered he had threatened the driver, according to a news release from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Joshua Farley (apparently ALSO a Masiel Crime Family member) from Hemet was booked on suspicion of criminal threats, possession of a controlled substance, violation of probation and obstructing an officer in the performance of his/her duties, the news release said. He also had an outstanding felony arrest warrant for domestic violence and was taken to the Southwest Detention Center.

According to the news release, officers attempted to make a traffic stop on Pechanga Road and Pechanga Parkway and the passenger immediately exited the vehicle and ran from the deputies. The driver of the vehicle told deputies that the fleeing suspect threatened to shoot him if he stopped for the police, the news release said. A short foot pursuit followed which entered the north perimeter of the Pechanga Reservation, where deputies initially lost sight of the suspect in a heavily wooded area. A perimeter was set around the area where the suspect was last seen.

With the assistance of the Pechanga Tribal Rangers, Sheriff’s Department helicopter, police dogs from Hemet and Murrieta, Farley was located a short distance into the reservation.

During the course of this investigation a second incident took place, the news release said.

While assisting the Sheriff’s Department in securing a perimeter around the initial fleeing suspect, Tribal Rangers observed another vehicle driving erratically towards the southern perimeter. Tribal Rangers attempted stop this vehicle and it fled from them, driving off-road towards the location where the initial foot pursuit took place while the suspect was still hiding from deputies.

The second vehicle was not able to traverse the open field and subsequently stopped. Sheriff’s deputies and Tribal Rangers eventually arrested Benjamin Maciel, the driver of the car. He was booked into the Southwest Detention Center on suspicion of a violation of parole, and obstructing an officer in the performance of his/her duties. Joshua Farley and Benjamin Maciel are related to each other.

See FULL STORY HERE and MORE on the Masiel CRIME family HERE
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