St. Louis, From Montana, Arrested in Sonora with Guns, Meth and Sacramento Woman
Photo: scene of arrest
SONORA – James St. Louis of Glendive, Montana, ran afoul of the law on August 12.
A deputy stopped the car that St. Louis drove at Springfield and Shaws Flat Road. The deputy spotted several vehicle code violations.
According to the TCSO, this traffic stop turned into a “major bust.” The 35-year-old St. Louis had several guns in the car.
Also, he admitted that although of the guns was his, the other one might be “hot.”
Further, deputies discovered two pounds of meth in the car. Finally, they found a total of three unregistered handguns in the vehicle. Two of those guns were loaded.
In addition to the drugs we discovered a total of three unregistered handguns in the vehicle, two of which were loaded.
The passage in the vehicle was 37-year-old Sacramento resident Nicole Smith.
Both face charges of possession and transportation of meth for sale.
In addition, St. Louis faces charges of possession of a large capacity magazine, possession of a concealed weapon, and possessing a controlled substance while armed.
Finally, Smith also has an outstanding warrant for her arrest in Tuolumne County.
The TSCO says, “We are grateful the methamphetamine and illegal guns are off the streets!”