On Sunday, June 20, at approximately 6:10 p.m., Officers from the Oxnard Police Department Special Enforcement Unit (gang unit) and Oxnard K-9 Unit conducted a traffic stop of a gold BMW 325 near the intersection of Saviers Road and Hill Street for a vehicle code violation. Officers contacted Armando Aguirre 20 years, Jacob Delacerda 18 years and a fifteen year old Oxnard resident in the vehicle. Aguirre and the fifteen year old are currently on probation in the County of Ventura with weapons terms, and Delacerda is currently on probation for robbery in the County of Ventura. Aguirre and Delacerda are known criminal street gang members in the City of Oxnard and are prohibited from possession of firearms and ammunition.
During a probation search of Delacerda’s person, officers located a loaded Polymer 80 Glock style handgun with a high capacity magazine concealed in Delacerda’s front waistband. P80 semi-automatic handguns are commercially sold incomplete and without serial numbers; they must be further manufactured to make them functioning firearms and serialized. Delacerda was also found in possession of numerous individually packaged baggies of methamphetamine. The methamphetamine was consistent with being packaged for sale. Delacerda was arrested for narcotics and firearm related charges.
During the further search of Aguirre’s vehicle, an additional Polymer 80 Glock style handgun was found concealed in the truck. The fifteen year old was found in possession of graffiti tools, and arrested for a probation violation and possession of the tools. A probation search was conducted at Aguirre’s residence in the 1400 block of west Hill Street. During the search, officers located additional ammunition as well as additional items indicative of narcotics sales. Aguirre was arrested for firearm and narcotics sales related charges.