Fresno County Sheriff's deputies arrested several subjects last night after searching for a wanted Fresno man. Arrested were 28-year-old Alfredo Salazar Jr, 26-year-old Staci Janae Gomez, 33-year-old Jeffrey Lee Swetnam, and 30-year-old Mary Lou Baker, all of Fresno.
Last night, shortly before midnight, deputies responded to Salazar's residence located in the 3500 block of W Annadale Ave, to arrest him on a felony warrant for weapons possession. Other wanted persons were known to frequent the location
Upon their arrival, Swetnam was immediately detained after he ran from the residence. Salazar, Gomez, and Baker were all detained inside the residence.
During the investigation, deputies discovered a large marijuana grow on the property. They also discovered a smaller grow, and a large amount of processed marijuana inside the residence.
Also located in the residence were a rifle and several rounds of ammunition, a license plate off a stolen vehicle, a small amount of methamphetamine, and narcotics paraphernalia.
Salazar was arrested on felony narcotics, weapons and probation violations. Gomez was arrested on a felony warrant for identity theft. Baker was arrested on felony narcotics and stolen property violations, and felony warrants, and Swetnam was found to be a wanted parolee.
All were later booked into the Fresno County Jail.
Deputy Chris Curtice
Public Information Officer