Traffic Stop Leads to Felony Warrant Arrest for Ammunition Charge

Traffic Stop Leads to Felony Warrant Arrest for Ammunition Charge

At about 5:22 pm Sunday evening, a Turlock Police officer near Broadway Park, 501 North Broadway, Turlock, observed a vehicle violate the California Vehicle Code, so he made a traffic stop on it.

The officer made contact with the vehicle’s driver, Marion Phillips, 66, of Turlock, and was informed by him that he believed he had a felony warrant.

The officer had his dispatcher run Phillips and sure enough, he returned with a felony warrant for possession of ammunition by a prohibited person and possession of methamphetamines. He also returned with two misdemeanor warrants, both for driving with a suspended driver’s license due to a DUI conviction.

Phillips was arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center on his warrants.

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