Suspected White Supremacist Arrested In Citrus Heights On Multiple Weapons Charges
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CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – Police arrested a suspected white supremacist Wednesday morning when an assortment of firearms and ammunition was discovered inside his Citrus Heights home.
Around 9 a.m. detectives from the Sheriff’s IMPACT Division went to 49-year-old David Laux’s home in the 8300 block of Fair Way to serve a search warrant.
Laux was seen driving away from the residence and was detained without incident.
Inside the home, 13 firearms, including several assault rifles and over 20,000 rounds of ammunition, were discovered.
Detectives believe Laux is affiliated with an extremist organization whose ideologies are consistent with white supremacist beliefs. It is also believed the weapons may have likely been supplied to other members of the group or sold for profit.
Laux was booked into the Sacramento County Jail for multiple weapons charges, and is being held on $110,000 bail.
The IMPACT Division’s primary mission is to combat youth and gang-related violence throughout the Sacramento region and its outlying areas. The division is composed of personnel from multiple local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
They include the Sheriff’s Department, Rancho Cordova Police Department, Elk Grove Police Department, Galt Police Department, California Highway Patrol, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (Special Services Unit), Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, and Immigrations & Customs Enforcement.