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Napa Police: Loaded Glock found in vehicle stopped on a felony warrant

Napa Police: Loaded Glock found in vehicle stopped on a felony warrant

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Napa Police reported stopping a vehicle at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday on the 400 block of Soscol Avenue that was the subject of a felony warrant for involvement in a side show in Alameda County on Sunday.

Police said they found a loaded .45 Glock pistol under the front passenger seat as well as a controlled substance for which there was no prescription.

Police booked the driver, Rovonte Marsean Burgin, 27, of Richmond, into the Napa County jail for possible charges of carrying a loaded firearm, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of ammunition by a prohibited person and possession of a controlled substance.

His passenger, Keana Marie Campbell-Jones, 25, of Fairfield was arrested for a possible charge of carrying a loaded firearm.

Memento Mori Tattoo recently opened the Old Adobe Plaza on Soscol Avenue in Napa. It’s owned by artist Henry Dever IV, and features the work of artists Daniel Roodzant, Blair Giambastiani and Perry Lawson.

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