Police arrest two more in Operation Frontline

6/13/2013

Search for Ceniceros, Guzman continues.

Search for Ceniceros, Guzman continues.

By The Telegram

Two of four individuals identified as part of the Garden City Police Department's investigation into local gang activity, called Operation Frontline, were arrested Wednesday.

According to police, Joey Terrazas 17, 1301 N. Main St., was arrested by police Wednesday on a county warrant for allegations of burglary and theft, after officers received a tip about his whereabouts.

According to Finney County Sheriff Kevin Bascue, Bernabed Gramajo, 5735 Old Post Road, was arrested by deputies Wednesday on allegations of battery, aggravated battery, aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary, criminal damage and incitement to riot.

Bascue said deputies accompanied Kansas Department for Children and Families on a welfare check at 5780 Weldon Road Wednesday morning, where Gramajo was known to frequent. While SRS and deputies were at the residence, Gramajo turned himself in to deputies, who arrested him and transported him to the Finney County Jail.

The two men were identified during Operation Frontline, which resulted in the arrest of 26 men on June 5, all believed to be associated with a local gang. Both men are being lodged in the Finney County Jail.

Two other individuals have not yet been located. Joaquin Ceniceros, Ulysses, is wanted on an allegation of sale of cocaine; and Victor Guzman, Amarillo, Texas, is wanted on allegations of aggravated battery and incitement to riot.

Anyone with information regarding the men's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the GCPD at 276-1300. Those wishing to remain anonymous, may contact Crime Stoppers at 275-7807 or text GCTIP and tip information to 847411 (Tip411).

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