By Patric Hedlund
Six law enforcement units slammed into a quiet neighborhood along the Mil Potrero Highway frontage road, west of Pine Mountain Village on Monday, Aug. 25 at about 6:30 p.m.
There were no sirens, but there were flashing lights and obvious speed as three Fort Tejon California Highway Patrol vehicles, a Kern County Sheriff’s deputy from the Frazier Park substation and two deputies from the Lamont substation rushed down the ‘S’ curves, past…
Six law enforcement vehicles responded rapidly to a report of a weapons threat in the Pine Mountain community on Monday, Aug. 25 at about 6:30 p.m.
The reporting party told his side of the story.
Officers filled the front parking lot of the Pine Mountain General Store.
Left and right, Jose Granados was handcuffed at the Pine Mountain General Store while officers investigated.
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This is part of the August 29, 2014 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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