Felon in Possession of a Loaded Firearm


On Thursday, May 29th, 2020, at 8:00 P.M., members of the Moreno Valley Station’s Special Enforcement Team Gang Unit, conducted a traffic stop in the 24000 block of Eucalyptus Avenue, in the city of Moreno Valley. Deputies contacted, Terrance Thomas, a 30-year-old resident of Moreno Valley. A subsequent search of Thomas revealed a loaded .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun on his person.

Thomas was taken into custody and charged with being a Felon in Possession of a Loaded Firearm, Felon in Possession of Ammunition, and Felon in Possession of an Unregistered Firearm. Thomas was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Deputy Kenny Hoon at (951) 486-6700.


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