San Francisco police arrest wanted men; seize weapons, drugs during probation search

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — San Francisco police have arrested two men wanted on suspicion of weapons violations, according to police.

Police said on Dec. 11, at about 9 p.m., undercover officers saw 18-year-old Juan Cervantes and 25-year-old Kevin Aguilar in the area of San Jose Avenue and Liebig Street, police said.

Officers noticed the two because they had outstanding warrants.

The two are allegedly affiliated with a Mission District street gang, police said.Officers approached Cervantes and Aguilar and arrested them for

Officers approached Cervantes and Aguilar and arrested them for the outstanding warrants. The officers then conducted a probation search of their home on Liebig Street, according to police.During the investigation officers located an assault rifle, a

During the investigation officers located an assault rifle, a semi-automatic handgun, ammunition, a substance suspected to be methamphetamine and a substance suspected be marijuana, police said.Cervantes and Aguilar were arrested on suspicion of possessing an

Cervantes and Aguilar were arrested on suspicion of possessing an assault weapon, possessing a firearm, as well as ammunition and narcotics violations in addition to the initial warrants for their arrests, according to police.The two have been booked into the San Francisco County Jail,

The two have been booked into the San Francisco County Jail, police said.

Bay City News contributed to this report

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