Welfare Check Leads to Arrest of Convicted Felons in Possession of Firearms
Photo: confiscated firearms
The Folsom Police Department encountered a couple passed out in their car, with guns –
“Last week, FPD officers were requested for a welfare check outside a local business. The caller, an employee of the business, told dispatch there was a male and a female passed out in a vehicle. He said he tried to wake them, but they weren’t waking and had very shallow breathing.
Officers contacted the driver, Cecilia Solorio (22 years old of Sacramento), and the passenger, Adam Solorio (29 years old of Sacramento). A records check revealed both Solorio’s were on formal, searchable, probation for robbery- a felony.
Both were disoriented, had shallow breathing, and were extremely drowsy- all signs and symptoms of a person under the influence of a narcotic analgesic. The drug suspected in this case was heroin. Medical aid responded to the scene, but both Solorio’s refused medical aid.
During the probation search of the vehicle, a loaded handgun was located. During the vehicle search, officers located additional, unregistered, handgun parts and drug paraphernalia.
Cecilia and Adam Solorio were both placed under arrest for being convicted felons in possession of a firearm, various other gun related charges, and for violating the terms of their probation. Both were booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail.”