Turlock Police Arrested Suspect with Nunchucks

Courtesy of Turlock Police Department

Despite a rainy Halloween, there was no shortage of ninjas out and about during the holiday weekend.

Turlock police arrested a suspect allegedly in possession of nunchaku, commonly known as “nunchucks,” shortly after midnight on Nov. 3.

Officers contacted a male subject, later identified as Allen Barriga-Avila, 23, at approximately 12:50 a.m. on the 1800 block of Shadow Park Drive.

Barriga-Avila had been reported as a suspicious person, reports the Turlock Police Department.

Upon contacting Barriga-Avila, officers allegedly found that he was in possession of nunchucks, reports Turlock police. It is illegal to possess nunchucks under California Penal Code 16590.

Barriga-Avila was arrested and booked.

Comments 1

  1. Augustus Bolinger says:

    The artist formerly known as Prince is in some severe financial trouble and has had to sell his LA homes and move to Turlock in order to afford to stay in California. He was headed to the pawn shop to sell the nunchucks. Please just give the poor man a break TPD!

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