According to the Napa County Sheriff’s Office, a man arrested near Calistoga is facing burglary and firearms allegations in connection with multiple burglaries.
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At 5 p.m. Friday, sheriff’s deputies arrested Enrique Quiros Ortiz, 26, on Highway 29 near Dunaweal Lane, and found an unregistered “ghost gun” in the vehicle he was driving, the agency said. agency in a Facebook post. Later, detectives executing a search warrant at his Santa Rosa home found 10 stolen firearms along with stolen jewelry, the sheriff’s office added.
The allegations are tied to a series of burglaries in Napa County, according to the agency.
Ortiz was incarcerated in the Napa County Jail for investigation on five counts of residential burglary, possession of firearms and ammunition by a felon, possession of stolen property and violation of his probation. He continued to be held Sunday afternoon on $250,000 bail.
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