Amador County domestic battery suspect also faces charges of unlawful weapon possession
Above: Items seized during call | ACSO
An Amador County man was recently arrested after a domestic battery call led to the discovery of unlawful firearm possession, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
On the morning of July 22, deputies responded to the 28000 block of of Sierra Court in Pioneer for a reported altercation a man and two women, ultimately arresting the man — identified as 37-year-old Jeremy Tate, who is a convicted felon — on suspicion of domestic battery, assault with a firearm, and robbery.
Detectives also obtained a search warrant for Tate’s home and reportedly turned up multiple guns, high-capacity magazines, and other property stolen during an alleged robbery, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Tate was booked at the Amador County Jail on the aforementioned charges as well as on suspicion of weapons violations, including illegal possession of an assault weapon.