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Pasco PD and SWAT arrest Gustavo Magana aka "Cabbage"

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PASCO, WA - A Pasco man who goes by the nickname "Cabbage" is in custody following an arrest that police say went exactly as planned.

42-year-old Gustavo Magana was arrested around 7:00 p.m. last night on suspicion of robbery and burglary. Police arrested him at his home on the 1500 block of west Yakima Street.

Magana is suspected in the burglary of a bakery on Clark street in Pasco.

Police are not releasing any additional information, as the robbery remains under investigation.

Due to the nature of Magana's crime and his history with law enforcement, SWAT was on scene to serve the warrant, but officers say Magana surrendered without incident.

“The SWAT team was a precaution because he is a dangerous individual, so it ramped up what normally would be a patrol level service," said Pasco Sergeant William Parramore. "So it was deemed to be safer to have SWAT team come in and serve the warrant."

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PASCO, WA - Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers is looking for a Gustavo A. Magana aka "Cabbage". 

Magana is wanted for Escape from Community Custody & FTA Show Cause Hearing.

Magana is 42 years old (DOB: 04/12/1974), 5'6", 230 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. He has "Andrea" tattooed on his left hand.

Magana's last known residence is Pasco.

If you have any information about where he is, let Crime Stoppers know. Your information could earn you a cash reward. You never have to reveal your identity and you can remain anonymous when providing information. If you have any information, please call 800-222-8477.

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