AP Wire | 01/26/2005 | 19 arrested in Riverside County hate group investigation

An investigation into an alleged white supremacist group led to 19 arrests over four months in rural Riverside County, authorities said.
The investigation began with the arrest of Howard Michael Marshall of Menifee, a volunteer assistant football coach at Paloma Valley High School who allegedly tried to recruit teenagers into an armed white supremacist group, authorities said.
Marshall, 44, was arrested in August and November on drugs and weapons charges, and police recovered from his home 45 guns, ammunition, body armor and steroids, which he was suspected of giving to athletes (…) Doyle said those arrested were linked to several white supremacist groups, including PENI, or “Public Enemy Number One,” which began as a skinhead prison gang.
Among the items seized by police were dozens of rifles, bulletproof vests, swords, flags with swastikas, and a photo of a white-power rally that showed two young girls giving a Nazi salute.

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