DAVIS (CBS13) – Detectives have arrested two Davis residents on suspicion of drugs and weapons charges after a month-long investigation.
Davis police say, on Tuesday, detectives served a search warrant along the 1100 block of Olive Drive. At the property, detectives recovered several guns, a large amount of ammunition, as well as drugs like fentanyl, methamphetamine and ketamine.READ MORE: California Lawmakers To Vote On $307.9 Billion Spending Plan
One of the weapons seized was a sawed-off shotgun, which detectives say was illegally modified.READ MORE: Rices Fire Updates: Evacuation Advisories Upgraded To Warnings In Yuba County
Packaging material and digital scales – indicators of drug sales – were also found at the property.MORE NEWS: How Sacramento County Is Bucking The National Trend Of Murder Cases Going Unsolved
The two Davis residents arrested were 33-year-old Kyle Lucas and 28-year-old Isaac Trujillo. Both are facing several drugs and firearms-related charges, police say, and both are now booked into Yolo County Jail.