FALSE ID TO A DEPUTY LEADS TO TWO ARRESTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

FALSE ID TO A DEPUTY LEADS TO TWO ARRESTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

Giving deputies a false name won’t stop them from arresting you, and the arrest for a false ID led to a second arrest. Sheriff’s report say a deputy stopped a man riding a bicycle near Mohawk Trail and Highway 62 just before 3 a.m. Friday. The man gave the deputy a false name. The deputy was unable to locate the man’s name in any databases, and detained him to identify him at the Morongo Basin Jail. The man then said his name was Douglas Kuykendall, 27. A records check indicated that Kuykendall had a felony warrant from Riverside County for violation of his parole. Douglas Kuykendall was arrested on suspicion of giving a false ID to a deputy and for his warrant, and booked into the Morongo Basin Jail. When the deputy brought Kuykendall’s bicycle to his home in the 7000 block of Scarvan Road, Edward Young, 49, answered the door. A records check of Young showed that he had a felony warrant for his arrest for violating his parole from Arizona. Edward Young was arrested for investigation of being a fugitive, and booked into the West Valley Detention Center.

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