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Napa Police: Firearms confiscated at residence of convicted felon

Napa Police: Firearms confiscated at residence of convicted felon

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Responding to a disturbance call Wednesday night on the 1400 block of Yajome Street, Napa police arrested a resident on several firearm allegations.

Police said Richard Victor Alvarez, 34, is a felon who is prohibited from possessing firearms. Officers reported finding an unregistered 9mm pistol as well as a rifle. Also, the pistol had a loaded magazine next to it, police said.

The guns, which were not secured, were in close proximity to where a child at the residence sleeps, police said.

Alvarez was booked into the Napa County jail for a possible felony charge of illegal possession of firearms, a misdemeanor charge of child endangerment and several allegations of probation violations.

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