BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - On July 8, officers with the Kern County Probation Department conducted a home call in the 4800 block of Independence Court in Bakersfield to find 35 year old Calvin Rogers.
Rogers is on felony probation for carrying a loaded firearm without registration.
Officers say they had a warrant for Rogers who is accused of attempted murder, criminal gang activity and sex offenses issued in Minot, North Dakota on July 1.
Rogers was arrested and taken into custody for the active warrant and for a violation of probation.
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