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Santa Barbara, CA - Vagos motorcycle gang bust in SB, 6 other counties (VIDEO)

The information you have is one sided. Lets hear what the people living in that apartment have to say. I'm sure people would like to know what that law enforcement (gang) did to them even when they were informed the person they were looking for didnt live there. How would you like guns pointed at you and your minor children for no reason? What they did was and should be considered crimminal activity!

UPDATED: SANTA BARBARA – 8:45 p.m. – The search for members of one of California’s most notorious crime organizations had state agents knocking on doors in Santa Barbara Thursday morning.
The Vagos Motorcycle Gang, is known for alleged criminal activity primarily in San Bernardino County.
Their Santa Barbara connection has yet to be confirmed by authorities.
But sources tell THESBNN the president of the Vagos’s local chapter lived here until recently.
A member of the Vagos Motorcycle Gang was recently arrested in the shooting of a rival gang member in a Nevada casino.

Santa Barbara part of major outlaw motorcycle gang investigation

SANTA BARBARA – 10:38 a.m. – California Department of Justice firearms and narcotics agents were in Santa Barbara Thursday in what’s being called one of the largest investigations of its kind into criminal activity by an outlaw motorcycle gang.
The Santa Barbara Police Department’s Bearcat armored vehicle assisted in the D.O.J.’s search of an apartment complex on the 1400 block of Lou Dillon Lane.
The D.O.J. is uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the case.

(Agents from the California Department of Justice assisted by Santa Barbara P.D. and Its Bearcat armored vehicle in the 1400 block of Lou Dillon Lane during a motorcycle gang investigation conducted in 7 counties Oct. 6, 2011/PHOTO-THESBNN)
Officials aren’t releasing the name of the motorcycle gang or details on the search warrants.
A department spokesman told THESBNN this morning “agents are still in the field looking for suspects and evidence and we’re not going to tip our hand.”
Seven California counties were targeted.
Sources tell THESBNN agents were in Santa Barbara looking for the president of the gang’s local chapter.
There were no arrests.
Details will be released at a 2 p.m. press conference at the San Bernardino Police Department.

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