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    Firearm arrest – Glenwood Drive and “M” Street

    News Release

    On January 20 at about 10:20PM, officers from the Oxnard Police Department conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle code violation at Glenwood Drive and M Street in Oxnard. The driver, Moreno, was on searchable probation.

    Officers searched the vehicle and located a loaded firearm under the driver’s seat.  A loaded high capacity magazine was inserted in the weapon; additionally, the serial number had been removed.

    Source Oxnard Police Department

    Officers also located numerous Xanax pills along with material indicative of drug sales.  Moreno was also in possession of Xanax pills.  He was arrested for numerous firearms-related violations, and possession for sale of a controlled substance.  A female passenger in the vehicle was released at the scene.

    Anyone with information regarding this case or other criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online via the Oxnard Police Department’s website:  www.oxnardpd.org, and clicking on Report Suspicious Activity.   You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so.  You can remain anonymous by calling the Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477.

    You can also visit this site: www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email.  Booking photographs for adult felony arrest available on the department website:  www.oxnardpd.org under crime & safety, and booking / call logs.


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    C. Collier
    C. Collier
    16 days ago

    “High capacity magazine.” While it’s hard to read, it appears that the weapon is a Glock 23, so this would actually be a “standard capacity” magazine. Granted, the individual involved in this case should not have been in possession of the firearm, but seriously? “High capacity”? Thank God I’ll be out of this ridiculous state soon and living in a Free State.

    Last edited 16 days ago by C. Collier

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