VICTORVILLE:(VVNG.com)- Victorville deputies announced that they seized a large amount of drugs and 16 firearms during a search warrant on Sunday.
On May 29th at about 7:52 PM, deputies from the Victorville Station developed information and conducted a search warrant at a residence located in the 12300 block of Tonikan Rd., Apple Valley.
As a result of the search, deputies seized 16 firearms, a large amount of cocaine and marijuana as well as packaging material, scales, money, and ammunition.
Two suspects identified as 25-year-old Omar Coronado and 24-year-old Christopher Cervantes, both residents of Apple Valley were located inside the residence.
Coronado was booked at the High Desert Detention Center for violation of HS11351 – Possession for Sales, HS11370 – Possession While Armed, HS11366.5(A) and (B) – Maintaining a location for Sales of Narcotics and Maintaining a Fortified Location for Sales of Narcotics.
Cervantes was not booked, but a report will be forwarded to the District Attorney for PC32310(A) – Possession of a large capacity weapon magazine.
Omar Coronado is scheduled for arraignment on June 1, 2016, in Victorville Superior Court and bail has been set at $90,000.
Anyone with information related to this investigation is urged to contact the Victorville Station at (760)241-2911.
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