Sheriff’s Office: Suspicious behavior call leads to discovery of drugs, gun
What started out as a suspicious activity report ended with the arrests of two men on narcotic and weapon charges, according to the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office.
Just before 3 AM on Tuesday, April 26, a deputies responded to a report by Win-River security staff of two individuals in a white Toyota Avalon behaving suspiciously.
K-9 Deputy Fritz was also brought in to conduct a narcotics check, and ultimately alerted deputies to the presence of narcotics. Deputies also located two glass smoking pipes, and a lock box containing a 9mm Bersa semiautomatic handgun, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Both men were ultimately arrested and booked at the Shasta County Jail on weapon and possession charges.