(KTXL) — A Grass Valley man was arrested in Placer County on Dec. 15 after being found with drugs, replica police badges and a firearm, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
During a traffic stop at around 3 a.m. in North Auburn a deputy conducted a search of the driver and discovered two grams of cocaine and $2,640 in cash.
A further search of the man’s truck resulted in the discovery of:
–Three imitation police badges
–An unregistered loaded firearm
–A second loaded firearm that was not registered to Reiff
–About 17 grams of cocaine
–Designer drug (GHB) in a whiskey bottle
–Over 50 small Ziploc bags
–Two digital scales
–Several loaded magazines
The man was arrested and is facing charges for:
–Being a felon in possession of a firearm
–Being a prohibited person in possession of ammunition
–Possession of a controlled substance while armed
–Transportation of a controlled substance for sale.