Stockton Officers Find Loaded Gun In Closet Of Toddler’s Room
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STOCKTON (CBS13) – Police arrested a gang member accused of storing a loaded gun in the closet of the room where his infant sleeps.
Officers served a warrant Monday on a home in the 3700 block of Novara Way in connection with an investigation into gang activity and a shooting. There they found a loaded handgun, three 30-round magazines, ¼ ounce of powder cocaine, digital scales, $12,600 in cash and gang insignia.
Police arrested Raymond Blair, 18, of Stockton on weapons, drug, gang, and child endangerment charges.
Blair’s daughter was taken to a shelter.