Antioch: 2 Arrested After Passing Out in Drive-Thru, Drugs and Firearms Located

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On April 18 at approximately 4:52 am, the Antioch Police Department received a call of two subjects in a car in the drive through of the Jack In The Box restaurant, located at 2505 ‘A’ Street, armed with a rifle.

Officers arrived on scene and attempted to make contact with the occupants of the car, but they received no response. The officers were unable to see clearly into the car due to heavy window tinting on the car windows.

According to Antioch Police  Lieutenant D. Bittner, eventually officers approached the car and made contact with the occupants who were passed out in the car.  Police arrested Michael Ferreira, 19, and Carlos Cabezas, 32, both of Antioch.

A loaded short barreled shotgun and a military style rifle were located in the car along with a large amount of marijuana.

Ferreira and Cabezas were arrested without incident and sent to the Martinez Detention Facility.

Charges for Ferreira:

  • HS11359 Possession of marijuana for sale.
  • PC29800(A)(1) Felon in possession of a firearm.
  • PC30305(A)(1) Felon in possession of ammunition.
  • PC33210 Possession of a short barreled firearm.
  • 2 Probation violation.
  • PC30605(A) Illegal possession of an assault weapon.

Charges for Cabezas:

  • HS11359 Possession of marijuana for sale.
  • PC33210 Possession of a short barreled firearm.
  • PC30605(A) Illegal possession of an assault weapon.

No further information was provided.

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13 COMMENTS

    • If Marijuana were legal, these two fools wouldn’t have a market to sell it in. Take it into regulated retail and out of dangerous individuals hands (such as these two) and perhaps they wouldn’t be rolling around selling it armed to the teeth.

  1. “Felon” in possession? Prop 47 and prop 57 in action! We need to change these so we don’t keep putting our police in more danger.

  2. This would have made the best episode of Live PD ever. They would never have cut to any other location.

  3. I grew up in Antioch left when i was 18 nothing but drug addicts/whores on corners/shootings and the schools are terrible. Antioch reminds me of Pittsburgh back in the 70s and 80s

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