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Two Wanted Suspects Located, Arrested By Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Deputies

Deputies with the Crime Impact Team, (CIT) arrested two wanted suspects on multiple felony charges Thursday in Agua Dulce.

CIT deputies, alongside the Parole Compliance Team, have been on the lookout for a wanted parolee with an outstanding warrant for his arrest, said Deputy Natalie Arriaga, spokesperson for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

After hours of surveillance Thursday, deputies were led to the 16000 block of Soledad Canyon Road in Agua Dulce where the suspect was successfully apprehended and found to be in possession of heroin and methamphetamine, according to Arriaga.

“A search of a residence he was residing at resulted in the recovery of a loaded firearm, more narcotics and a stolen motorcycle identified to the suspect,” Arriaga added.

An additional man on the property was also identified as a convicted felon, found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest, and in possession of a firearm and stolen side by side sport vehicle.

William Pollay, 43, from Tarzana, was arrested for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and grand theft of a motorcycle, both felonies, as well as misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance on top of his warrant, Arriaga said.

Jason Laibl, 39, from Santa Clarita, was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, grand theft of an ATV, all felonies and his warrant, Arriaga added.

Both suspects were arrested and transported to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station with Pollay’s bail set at $462,000 and Laibl’s bail set at $0, according to arrest records.

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Two Wanted Suspects Located, Arrested By Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Deputies

7 comments

  1. Felon with a gun+ 0$ bail They probably gave him his gun back, too….

    • Most likely means he’s in for parole hold and that’s not bailable. Doesn’t mean he was released. He’s in jail for at least 2 weeks on a parole hold then they handle the case he’s arrested for. Do your homework before making ignorant comments.

  2. BAIL set at ZERO! 🤣 Jason Laibl, 39, from Santa Clarita, was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, grand theft of an ATV, all felonies and his warrant

  3. Thanks again for cleaning up the streets

  4. Ol Lurch Laibl will never learn. He’s been pillaging this valley for years chasin the meth needle. Gwen must be proud

  5. Felon with a gun, drugs, warrant & grand theft, Released on $0 bail! Recall Gas-Con & his ilk!

  6. When the bail isn’t set or it’s at $0 it means they’re on a parole hold that’s all. So they are in jail for at least 2 weeks and that’s not bailable. They don’t get released. Do your homework before you make stupid comments people!

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