Davis Police: Traffic stop leads to multiple weapon-related arrests

Davis Police: Traffic stop leads to multiple weapon-related arrests

A traffic stop of one individual ultimately led to the arrests of multiple people on weapons charges, according to Davis police.

On the afternoon of August 2, patrol officers pulled over 20-year-old Demori Fobbs, currently on searchable felony probation out of Sacramento County, along L Street for suspected vehicle code violations. Officers reportedly found ammo and a partially completed AR-15 lower receiver, as well as tools one would use to complete it, thus making a functional rifle.

Investigators then served a search warrant at an apartment on J Street. There police came across and detained 20-year-old King James Goodwin, whom they say was armed with a loaded Glock 9mm with a high-capacity magazine tucked into his waistband.

Upon searching the apartment, police say they located a 10mm Glock pistol with an aftermarket auto sear, a modification that allows it to fire as if it were an automatic weapon, as well as a lower receiver for another 9mm semi-automatic handgun, loaded high-capacity magazines, and other tools for manufacturing and modifying firearm components.

Damori Fobbs and King James Goodwin, along with 21-year-old Anthony Broadnax and 20-year-old Dewayne Dixon, were arrested on multiple weapons charges each and booked at the Yolo County Jail.

Davis Police: Traffic stop leads to multiple weapon-related arrests was last modified: August 18th, 2021 by admin
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