LANCASTER – Two men were arrested and multiple weapons were seized when teams of deputies served a search warrant April 16 at a Lake Los Angeles residence, authorities said.
The bust happened around 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at a residence on the 40000 block of Fieldspring Street, according to Deputy Joshua Stamsek of the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station.
“The search of the location revealed a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol, a .45 caliber Commando Mark 45 semi-automatic (Tommy gun) rifle, and a .22 caliber rifle, two 20 gauge shotguns, along with miscellaneous ammunition,” Stamsek stated.
Bryson Brooks, 27, was detained outside his residence with three other people, according to Stamsek.
Another suspect, 23-year-old Anthony Luna, “threatened to shoot deputies while the search warrant was being conducted,” Stamsek stated. “Based on the firearms inside the residence and suspect Luna’s threats against deputies, suspect Luna was arrested for criminal threats.”
Brooks was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in control/possession of firearm, Stamsek added.
The search warrant was executed by the Lancaster and Palmdale Operation Safe Streets teams, assisted by the Los Angeles County Probation Department.