Pasadena party complaint leads to 5 arrests, guns, drugs

PASADENA — A complaint about a party Saturday led to five arrests and the seizure of three handguns and some crack cocaine, police said.
Parolee William Woods, 24, was booked on suspicion of possessing a handgun, Tyree Collier, 25, was booked on suspicion of possessing crack cocaine for sales, Clydell Bryant, 28, was booked for outstanding arrest warrants, Brock Kenoly was booked for outstanding arrest warrants and Darnell Jack, 22, was booked on suspicion of giving a false name to police, Pasadena police Lt. Keith Jones said.
All five suspects are Pasadena residents, and all are believed to have gang ties, the lieutenant said.
Officers responded to the party in the 1500 block of North Raymond Avenue when Collier and Bryant fled from police on foot, Jones said.
They were found in the area a short time later, and Collier was found to be in possession of crack cocaine for the purpose of sales, Jones said.
The other three suspects were arrested at the party, he added.
Woods was found to have a .44-caliber handgun in his waistband during a search, Jones said.
Officers searched a nearby home and seized two other handguns, he said, though they were unable to determine who the weapons belonged to.

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  • Now I’ve seen everything!, the dudes first name is PAROLEE (woods), That’s better than TYREE