Authorities Flooding North Sacramento after Increase in Crime

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Sacramento Sheriff’s deputies say a family that does crime together does time together.

“A lot of family members, they will have a lot to talk about around the Thanksgiving table,” said Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones.

Christiano, Louis, Victor, David, Rolando and Oscar Cisneros were six out of the seven arrested during a Sacramento Sheriff IMPACT investigation Monday.

“Getting such a family syndicate out of production. The community is safer tonight because of it,” said Sheriff Jones.

The seventh arrest, Anthony Reece, is not a part of the family, but he is in no less trouble. The investigation also recovered six firearms, including two fully automatic weapons and a sawed-off shot gun. Body armor, marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine were also recovered amongst a lot of gang attire.

“There [is] definitely a gang nexus to these folks. They aren’t the only gang members in Sacramento, but they are apart of it,” said Sheriff Jones.

Deputies have been flooding the North Sacramento area because there has been a big increase in crime. They are also looking for the people who shot  at one of their deputies.

“That’s something we take very seriously, put a lot of resources into. So, we will be looking into this family along with continuing the investigation outside of this family,” said Sheriff Jones.

More arrests and charges could be coming.

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