6 people arrested during family violence apprehension sweep

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - On Wednesday, the Kern County Sheriff’s Office Metropolitan Patrol Division and the Electronic Monitoring Program participated in the 11th annual National Family Violence Apprehension Detail.

The annual event is coordinated by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team and involves law enforcement agencies across the United States who join together to serve outstanding domestic violence arrest warrants.


During the operation, deputies served 57 domestic violence related warrants in and around the metropolitan Bakersfield area.

As a result of the operation deputies arrested the following suspects on outstanding warrants for their listed charges:

Willie Spiegner, 63 years old, was arrested on charges of elder abuse, false imprisonment, felony resisting arrest, and resisting or obstructing an officer.

Harry Clark, 30 years old, was arrested on charges of spousal abuse, terrorist threats, destroying a wireless device, and willful cruelty to a child.

Andy Ceniceros, 21 years old, was arrested on charges of felony spousal abuse.

Alexis DeLuna, 19 years old, was arrested on charges of felony spousal abuse.
Ronald Ross, 56 years old, was arrested on charges of misdemeanor spousal battery.

Roy Cork, 48 years old, was arrested on charges of misdemeanor spousal abuse.

Ruben Herrera, 34 years old, was arrested on charges of misdemeanor willful cruelty to a child.

All of the suspects were booked into the Sheriff’s Office Central Receiving Facility

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