Man on parole found to have four active warrants during traffic stop in Kings County
A parolee with four active felony warrants was recently arrested during a traffic stop in Kings County.
On the morning of Monday, March 22, a deputy pulled over 31-year-old Trevor Mitchell after reportedly seeing him speeding in the area of 18th Avenue and Idaho Avenue. Upon contact, the deputy discovered that Mitchell had four active warrants out of Kings County for failure to appear on a felony charge, possession, paraphernalia, and identify fraud charges.
Trevor reportedly also told the deputy that he had a gun and methamphetamine in the vehicle. Upon searching it, the deputy located a loaded black Taurus 9mm handgun that had been stolen out of Oregon, as well as a small amount of methamphetamine.
Trevor, who was ultimately determined to be under the influence of meth and opiates, was arrested and booked at the Kings County Jail on the active warrants as well as new weapon- and narcotics-related charges.