Convicted Felons Reportedly Caught with Weapons, Ammo, and Narcotics at Placer County Rest Stop
Above: Evidence collected during the traffic stop | Placer County Sheriff’s Office
Two people were recently arrested at a Placer County rest stop after allegedly being caught in possession of weapons and narcotics, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Shortly after 2 AM on September 2, a deputy pulled over two vehicles at the Gold Run rest area. In one of the vehicles, the deputy reportedly discovered a loaded semi-automatic .380 handgun, as well as several bags each containing a large amount of suspected methamphetamine, the Sheriff’s Office said.
The deputy also reportedly found a container carrying nineteen ounces of black tar heroin, a meth pipe, unused plastic bags, and a digital scale. A separate handgun, this one a 9mm, was also found along with a box of 9mm ammunition, and additional .380 caliber ammunition.
The driver of this vehicle, identified as 68-year-old Glenn Brazell of Sacramento, and his passenger, identified as 48-year-old Penny Anglesio, were both arrested on suspicion of being felons in possession of a firearm, prohibited individuals owning ammunition, and other charges related to the narcotics, the Sheriff’s Office said.