Sep 28, 2013 08:28 AM EDT
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Most Wanted Kern County Mug Shoots Helps The Police In Their Search Operation

By Joliza Magdaong
Mugshoots of Most Wanted in Kern County
(Photo : http://www.bakersfieldnow.com/news/wanted/100658569.html?tab=gallery&c=y&img=0) California release the mugshoots of top criminals in Kern County

California- Mug shoots of Kern County's most wanted was finally out to give the public a notice. "We want the public to be vigilant, as these outlaw are threats to the security",  California State Police Department stated.

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Mug shoots of US Marshal convicted felons such as Darrell Owney, Manuel Cabrera, Ronald Buckenberger, James Edmonds, Isaac Alawdi, Dresden Hogg, Belen Espinoza- Aguilar, Janet and Ramon Barreto, and Andres Flores are released to help in finding their exact location and to enhance the public awareness about them.

"We want to ask for the public's cooperation, as we release these mug shoots, help us find these people as they are threat to our security", California Police Department stated on their report.

The gallery which include convicted prisoner from California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, accused felons from U.S Marshals, Eastern District of California, and Bakersfield Division.

The California Police Department released hotline numbers to contact in case anyone can see the accused felons in the mug shoot picture.

"Anyone who have an information, please contact us at (661) 335-2607 or (661) 324-4004", James White of California State Police Department says.

The said accused felons are of great offense that needs to appear in court as soon as possible, "those men in the mug shoot are too dangerous, having them in the city may create another crime ", White added.

According to the report, the accused felons may be living somewhere in Kern County or Central Valley. Hotline for that area was also provided for that area (661)324-4004, "we assure that the identity of the callers will remain confidential for their protection", White reassures.

As of the moment, the Californian State Police Department has number of callers. However they appeal to the public to take this matter seriously, as some callers are making prank calls.  

 

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