Two people were arrested for possession of firearms and narcotics after a traffic stop on Friday.
According to the Santa Rosa police, around 1:30 p.m., a traffic stop was conducted for vehicle code violations on Sonoma Avenue.
The officer conducted a probable cause search after smelling marijuana from the car.
The car search revealed a loaded Magnum revolver and a scale with narcotic residue. A search warrant at the driver’s residence followed.
At the residence, police found over 3 pounds of suspected hallucinogenic mushrooms, ammunition, suspected methamphetamine, multiple firearms, and equipment and packaging used in narcotic sales.
The firearms weren’t registered to either occupant of the vehicle.
Enrique Garcia-Jordan, 26, and Cheyanne Whitcomb, 19, were arrested and booked for numerous firearms and narcotics charges.