You’ve never had a pizza topping like this.
Authorities in Southern California found a range of drugs during a traffic stop Tuesday, but also discovered a handgun inside a pizza box on top of a pepperoni pie, the Kern County Sheriff’s office said.
Deputies stopped the vehicle around 3 a.m. in Rosamond, 80 miles north of Los Angeles, for “simple vehicle code violations.”
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The driver, Danny Carson, 47, had a misdemeanor warrant and was on post-release community supervision for weapons violations, authorities said. During a search of the vehicle, deputies found methamphetamine, Xanax, cocaine, and fentanyl, which weighed a combined 1.5 pounds.
“Deputies located a sawed-off shotgun and two loaded handguns, one of which was concealed in a pizza box on top of the pizza,” the sheriff’s office said.
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Also found inside the vehicle were cash, scales, drug paraphernalia and packing equipment, authorities said. Three passengers in the car were also arrested. They were identified as Benjamin Vasquez, 47; Krista Rutledge, 30; and 18-year-old Saydee Vandehey.
All four, including Carson, were arrested on suspicion of multiple weapons and drug violations.
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