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Two In Custody After Being Found In Possession Of Stolen Firearm

Two suspects were taken into custody Thursday, after they were found to be in possession of a stolen firearm in Stevenson Ranch, officials said.

On Thursday, around 6:30 p.m., deputies were patrolling Pico Canyon Road near Chiquilia Lane in Stevenson Ranch when they observed a vehicle exit a local business without signaling, furthermore deputies observed the vehicle’s brake lights were non-operable, said Deputy Natalie Arriaga, spokesperson for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

“Deputies conducted a traffic stop to warn/cite the driver,” Arriaga said.

As deputies contacted the occupants of the vehicle, male and female, they smelled a strong odor of marijuana emitting from inside the car, according to Arriaga.

“While speaking with the driver, (a) male adult, they recovered a bag of marijuana,” Arriaga said.

Deputies conducted a search of the vehicle and recovered a loaded firearm, according to Arriaga.

Steven Noone, 37, from Fairview, and Jennifer King, 39, from Sacramento, were arrested and booked for carrying a loaded gun that was not registered to them, a felony, Arriaga added.

Both were arrested and transported to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s jail with bail set at $0, according to arrest records.

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Two In Custody After Being Found In Possession Of Stolen Firearm

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Louie was born and raised in Santa Clarita. At the age of two Louie lost his vision due to a brain tumor. However, Louie doesn't let blindness stop him from doing what ever it is he wants to accomplish. Growing up some of his favorite hobbies were wood working, fishing and riding bikes. Louie graduated from College of the Canyon in December of 2017, with a Broadcast Journalism degree. Growing up Louie has always wanted to be a fire fighter or a police officer, but because of his blindness Louie knew that wouldn't work. Louie has always loved listening to police and fire radio traffic, using a scanner, and he figured if he was going to listen to the scanner so much, he should do something with it.