SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) – A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy arrested a 27-yr-previous man for allegedly possessing unlawful assault rifles after pulling him over for a damaged brake mild in Santa Rosa on Tuesday afternoon.
Cory Upchurch was stopped simply after three p.m. within the space of Guerneville Street and Cleveland Avenue and informed the deputy that his license was suspended, in line with the sheriff’s workplace.
The deputy was capable of affirm Upchurch’s license was suspended and that he was on probation. Throughout a subsequent search of the car, the deputy discovered two rifles in a black rubbish again within the backseat, sheriff’s officers stated.
The rifles had unlawful pistol grips and flash suppressors, sheriff’s officers stated. One was a Kel-Tec .223-caliber rifle and the opposite was a CN Romarm 7.62x39mm rifle.
Upchurch was arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of possession and transport of unlawful assault rifles, driving on a suspended license and probation violation. He’s being held on $60,000 bail, sheriff’s officers stated.
The deputy additionally situated a small quantity of methamphetamine and a few syringes in a backpack belonging to Upchurch’s girlfriend, who was a passenger within the automotive. The deputy issued her a misdemeanor quotation and she or he was launched from the scene.
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