6 More Arrests for Huntington Beach Surf Riots

Six more people have been arrested for alleged crimes during the riots that broke out in downtown Huntington Beach after last summer's U.S. Open of Surfing came to a close, according to a police statement.

Half of those arrested had Huntington Beach listed as their hometown, and two of those were juveniles, as was a third from Long Beach.

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The names of the juvies were withheld due to their ages.

Here is a breakdown on each arrestee:

Michael Andrew Wilson Millard, 26, was arrested at his Victorville home Nov. 14 on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, arson, vandalism, refusing to disperse and inciting a riot.

The Long Beach juvenile was arrested on Oct. 11 on suspicion of possession of stolen property, vandalism, inciting a riot and participating in a riot.

Vincent Trujillo, 24, of Huntington Beach, surrendered Oct. 10 to the Orange County Superior Court West Justice Center in Westminster, where he is charged with assault on a peace officer, inciting a riot and participating in a riot.

Shayne Cody Baldwin, 25, of Stanton, was arrested by police on suspicion of failing to disperse. He pleaded not guilty Sept. 9 at West Justice Center.

A Huntington Beach juvenile was arrested Aug. 13 on suspicion of vandalizing newspaper stands.

Another Surf City juvenile was arrested Aug. 6 on suspicion of assault on a peace officer, vandalism for damaging a taxi cab and newspaper stands, refusing to disperse and participating in a riot.

Huntington Beach cops say they are following more leads to identify and arrest others involved in the riots. Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Jerry Abrahams at 714.536.5949, or leave anonymous tips at occrimestoppers.org.

Email: mcoker@ocweekly.com. Twitter: @MatthewTCoker. Follow OC Weekly on Twitter @ocweekly or on Facebook!


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