Convicted Felon Reportedly Caught with Loaded Ghost Gun, Other Weapons
Above: Weapons seized during search of residence
(Photo courtesy of San Joaquin County S.O.)
Originally published by the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office:
On November 9, 2023, the Sheriff’s Office AGNET unit conducted a probation search of a residence in the tenth block of Sleepy Hollow Drive in Lodi, CA. Upon making contact at the residence, four adults were detained. A four-year-old child was also located in the residence. The primary probationer, Bradley Cox, a convicted felon, was found in possession of a loaded, unserialized handgun in front of the residence at the time of contact.
A search of the residence was conducted, and methamphetamine, loaded uncapped hypodermic needles, and exposed wiring were located all within reach of the child. Three additional firearms were located within the residence, including a loaded AR15 with a binary trigger found hidden inside the child’s bedroom.
Bradley Cox was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, felon in possession of ammunition, possession of methamphetamine, and child endangerment, along with several additional related felonies. Heather Schreiber, the mother of the child, was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, negligent storage of a firearm, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony and child endangerment.
It should be noted, Schreiber was previously arrested and pled guilty to child endangerment in 2021 following a search warrant that was executed at the same location. During the 2021 warrant, methamphetamine was located within reach of the same child, coincidentally in the same room and on the same table as found during this most recent search.
The child was again taken into protective custody.