OGDEN -- Six men arrested Tuesday at an Eccles Avenue apartment have gang ties, according to police.
All of the individuals are either documented members or affiliates of the Ogden Trece gang, Police Lt. Scott Conley said Wednesday.
Ogden has an injunction in place preventing Trece gang members from associating with each other in public, being in the vicinity of guns, drugs or alcohol and staying out past an 11 p.m. curfew.
Those arrested Tuesday and the potential charges they face include:
* Julian Hernandez, 21, misdemeanor warrant. He was also served with the city's civil gang injunction order.
* Davy Ray Martinez, 26, five misdemeanor warrants and violation of civil gang injunction.
* Jeffery Arguello, 23, probation and parole violation, possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia within a drug-free zone, violation of civil gang injunction.
* Miguel Gonzales, 23, violation of civil gang injunction.
* Roman Hernandez, 27, parole and fugitive warrant, violation of civil gang injunction order.
* Julio Dominguez, 22, parole violation and fugitive warrant.
About 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Joint Criminal Apprehension Team -- a multijurisdictional task force that seeks parole violators and other fugitives -- went to Apartment 5 at 3091 Eccles Ave.
Members of the JCAT team were looking for Roman Hernandez and Arguello, both of whom walked away about a month ago from the Northern Utah Community Correctional Center, a halfway house on west 24th Street, Conley said.
"The apprehension of the two parole suspects led to the arrest of affiliated gang members," Conley said Wednesday. "It was great work by all."
Arguello was apprehended outside of the apartment by the JCAT team, but the others refused to come out.
A SWAT team and a K-9 unit were summoned to the apartment. Officers entered the building again. Julio Dominguez did not comply with orders and was bitten on the arm by a police dog, Conley said.
Dominguez suffered a superficial wound that was treated at the scene.
No weapons were found at the residence, Conley said.