One person was arrested during a parole and probation compliance sweep Thursday in Malibu.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department served three warrants and three houses were searched, according to Sgt. Fray Lupian of the Lost Hills/Malibu Sheriff's Station.
The man, whose name was not immediately released, was arrested on suspicion of possessing identity theft material, Lupian said. The location of the arrest was also not immediately available.
The sweep was part of the department's enforcement strategy in the wake of AB109, also known as realignment, which was enacted partially in response to a federal court order that required California to reduce the prison population by 33,000 prisoners.
Under realignment 52,000 offenders convicted of one or more crimes punishable as felonies will be shifted from state prison to local jails by 2013-14. Overcrowding in county jails has led to early prisoner release with regular monitoring.