LANCASTER – Local deputies seized several firearms Sunday from the home of a man suspected of trying to rob a Lancaster residence, authorities said.
The suspect, 35-year-old Ryan Tyler, was arrested at his home on the 4600 block of Trojan Court, Deputy Kit Gruppie of the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station stated in a news release.
The attempted robbery occurred at a home on the 44000 block of Sandhurst Street, and it was reported at 10:26 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 29, according to Gruppie.
“The suspect had left the location prior to the deputies’ arrival. Through the course of the investigation, deputies found and responded to the suspect’s residence,” Gruppie stated.
After Tyler was arrested, detectives from the Lancaster Operation Safe Streets gang unit served a search warrant at his residence, according to Gruppie.
“A significant number of firearms and weapons were recovered from the suspect’s residence,” Gruppie stated. “Two of the firearms recovered from the suspect’s residence were determined to be stolen.”
Tyler was booked at the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station Sunday afternoon. He was released early Monday morning, according to LASD inmate records.
Further information on the case was not immediately available.