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SANTA ROSA —Two men were arrested on Friday in Santa Rosa for allegedly possessing multiple firearms and narcotics for sale.

Santa Rosa police officers stopped a vehicle for a code violation at about 1:30 p.m. near Farmers Lane and Sonoma Avenue, and searched the vehicle after smelling burnt marijuana, according to a statement from Santa Rosa Police.

Officers allegedly found a loaded .357 Magnum revolver and a scale. They then executed a warrant at the driver’s residence on the 6000 block of state Highway 12 in Santa Rosa.

Additional firearms were allegedly found in the home, along with three pounds of suspected hallucinogenic mushrooms and a small amount of suspected methamphetamine and packaging materials. The firearms included a fully automatic AR-15 rifle, according to police. None of the firearms were registered to either of the suspects.

Santa Rosa residents Enrique Garcia-Jordan, 26, and Cheyanne Whitcomb, 19, were both arrested on firearms-related charges. Garcia-Jordan is also facing drug-related charges.

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