Law enforcement discovers replica firearms inside stolen vehicle in Newhall

By Nikolas Samuels

Last update: Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Law enforcement discovered two replica guns inside a stolen vehicle Saturday afternoon, according to a post from the SCV Sheriff’s Station.

The deputies were patrolling on Main Street in Newhall around 4 p.m. when they ran a DMV check on the vehicle identification number (VIN) and discovered it was stolen out of Lancaster.

A search of the vehicle found a large knife, two replica firearms and stolen property.

Replica firearms are unable to shoot like a real firearm according to Sgt. Brian Hudson with the SCV Sheriff’s Station.  Although, they can be used to scare people.

The suspect was booked on various charges.

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Law enforcement discovers replica firearms inside stolen vehicle in Newhall

Deputies discovered two replica firearms and a large knife inside a stolen vehicle in Newhall Saturday afternoon. Photo from SCV Sheriff's Station

Law enforcement discovered two replica guns inside a stolen vehicle Saturday afternoon, according to a post from the SCV Sheriff’s Station.

The deputies were patrolling on Main Street in Newhall around 4 p.m. when they ran a DMV check on the vehicle identification number (VIN) and discovered it was stolen out of Lancaster.

A search of the vehicle found a large knife, two replica firearms and stolen property.

Replica firearms are unable to shoot like a real firearm according to Sgt. Brian Hudson with the SCV Sheriff’s Station.  Although, they can be used to scare people.

The suspect was booked on various charges.

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  • Gary Bierend

    Is that the kind of gun you’d use to kill a replicant?