A felon who had been released from jail as a result of AB 109, the state’s prison realignment to prevent overcrowding, was re-arrested on a number of felony charges, said Lt. Hank Turner of the sheriff’s Ramona station.
Turner said deputies responded to a call of shots fired Friday evening, Jan. 24, in the 1700 block of San Vicente Road, and saw Dusten Hayes, 31, throw a shotgun over a fence. Deputies retrieved the shotgun and believed he was under the influence of controlled substances, said Turner.
“During the arrest, they found out there were shots fired at the house,” said the lieutenant, adding that deputies found Hayes possessing body armor.
In addition, deputies found three children at the residence and interviews with them revealed physical abuse, he said.
Hayes was arrested, suspected of the following felony charges: three counts of child cruelty, possession of controlled substance while armed, shooting at an inhabited dwelling, felon in possession of a firearm, violation of a felon in possession of body armor, possession of controlled substance, use of controlled substance while possessing firearm, carrying a loaded firearm with prior conviction, and five counts of prohibited person owning ammunition.
He was booked into San Diego Central Jail and was in the Vista Detention Facility with an arraignment scheduled for Jan. 29. Hayes is not eligible for release on bail, according to the sheriff’s department.
A 29-year-old female also was arrested at the residence, suspected of willful cruelty to a child and $500 worth of vandalism to a vehicle, stated the report.
Among other reports filed at the sheriff’s Ramona substation:
Sunday, Jan. 26
•Male, 24, arrested, 2100 block San Vicente Road, suspected of spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury.
•Ericsson Inc., victim of grand theft of $12,800 electronic component, 1200 block state Route 78, occurred between July 1, 2013 and Jan. 26.
Saturday, Jan. 25
•Male, 54, victim of simple battery, 700 block I Street. Female, 45, arrested, suspected of drunk in public, and male, 39, arrested, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substance.
Friday, Jan. 24
•Male, 31, arrested, state Route 67 and Hope Street, suspected of possession of controlled substance, possession of unlawful paraphernalia, driving while license suspended or revoked, and commit felony on bail or release.
•Battery victim, 1400 block Montecito Road.
Thursday, Jan. 23
•Male, 29, arrested, A Street, misdemeanor other agency’s warrant.
•Found property, $500 amplifier, 23600 block Springwood Drive.
•Vandalism over $400 to four-door sedan, 500 block 14th Street.
Wednesday, Jan. 22
•Juvenile arrested, 700 block Ninth Street, suspected of minor possessing marijuana on grounds during school activities.
•Get credit with another’s identification, 17100 block Woodson View Lane.
•Male, 24, arrested, Thornbush and Ramona Oaks roads, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substance.
Tuesday, Jan. 21
•Found narcotics, 1400 block Main Street.
•Male, 33, arrested, 1400 Realty Road, suspected of commercial burglary to Jewelry World and Loan and receiving known stolen property of video games worth $70.
•Harrassing/annoying phone calls, 22700 block Tombill Road.
•Male, 58, arrested, 1100 block Main Street, suspected of drunk in public.
•Female, 21, arrested 1400 block Montecito Road, felony bench warrant.
•Female, 61, arrested, 500 block D street, suspected of refusing to leave property at owner’s request.
Monday, Jan. 20
•Male, 25, victim of assault with deadly weapon, not firearm, 1600 block Montecito Road.
•Male, 52, victim of simple battery, 900 block Fifth Street.
•Juvenile arrested, 100 block Ramona Street, suspected of battery.
•Found property, 100 block 12th Street, two computer terminals and computer equipment.
•Male, 43, arrested, 1800 block Main Street, felony and misdemeanor bench warrants.
Sunday, Jan. 19
•Grand theft of computer, valued at $1,138, miscellaneous worth $600 and $5 bag, 1800 block Main Street.