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Imperial County District Attorney Reports on Jesse Parra Case

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On June 29, 2023, Defendant Jesse Parra plead to 1 count of PC 487(d)(2), grand theft of a firearm, a strike crime, and 1 count of PC 496d(a) (receiving stolen property, motor vehicle), and was sentenced on 6/26/23 to 6 years 4 months in state prison.

Defendant Abel Antu Arguilez plead to two counts of PC 496d(a) (receiving stolen property, motor vehicle), one count of VC 10851(a) (taking a vehicle without permission), and a misdemeanor accessory after the fact PC 32 charge, and was sentenced on 6/26/23 to 5 years 6 months in county jail.

The case was handled and prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney John Harter.  The  Imperial  Police Detective Eladio Reyes was the lead investigator who performed a high-quality investigation and Sgt. Alberto Hernandez obtained an important confession from Defendant Arguilez, as well as several other Imperial PD officers being involved at various stages, cracked this case involving multiple vehicle thefts. The Defendants were charged in a 9-count complaint. 5 different trucks had been taken and one of the trucks had a gun inside.

We would like to thank the Imperial Police Department which conducted a strong and effective investigation, which allowed the Imperial County District Attorney’s Office to build a case.

“We would like to thank the Imperial Police Department who conducted a strong and effective investigation, which allowed the Imperial County District Attorney’s Office to build a case,” the press release read.

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