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Stanislaus Gang force lists names, charges

Authorities on Thursday released the names of 18 people arrested Wednesday when a countywide task force served search warrants in Modesto and Ceres as part of an ongoing operation to disrupt criminal activity by the Norteño street gang in Stanislaus County.

The Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force led the operation. The federally funded group has members from local law enforcement agencies and the FBI.

Those arrested were:

Lola Herena, 18, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sale, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.

Sylvia Marie Zuniga, 22, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics.

Johnathon Eugene Thomas, 20, of Modesto on suspicion of resisting arrest.

Jose Becerril Navarro, 24, of Modesto on suspicion of carrying a loaded weapon in a vehicle, possession of stolen property and resisting arrest.

Marty Jeff Johnson, 24, of Modesto, resisting arrest.

Ignacio Salcedo, 22, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sales, possession of a firearm while committing a felony and a gang enhancement.

Miguel Angel Ramirez, 22, of Modesto on suspicion of carrying a loaded weapon in a vehicle and cultivating marijuana.

Rafael Jaquez, 26, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sales, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.

Paulimar Rodriguez Jr., 26, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sales, conspiracy and a gang enhancement.

Anthony Joseph Rodriguez, 28, of Modesto on suspicion of violating probation.

Terrance Nathaniel Gaspard, 23, of Modesto on suspicion of violating parole, resisting arrest.

Jose Michael Gomez, 26, of Modesto on suspicion of cultivating marijuana, possession of narcotics for sales, possession of a loaded firearm, armed while committing a felony and a gang enhancement.

Jesse Edward Pulido, 28, of Modesto on suspicion of carrying a loaded firearm and a gang enhancement.

Angela Marie Zuniga, 35, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of forged checks.

Michael Don Hardy, 42, of Modesto on suspicion of possession of narcotics.

Three teenagers.

The operation focused on disrupting a group of the Norteños under direct control of members of the Nuestra Familia prison gang, officials said.

The task force seized two police scanners and eight firearms, including a MAC-10 submachine gun and a sawed-off shotgun.

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