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Antioch police arrested three alleged drug dealers Monday after chasing one down and serving a search warrant at a local hotel, where two others were preparing to leave, police said today.At about 10:30 a.m., officers attempted to pull over a vehicle being driven by 33-year-old Pittsburg resident Quincy Ford, who had an outstanding warrant for felony narcotics violations, police said.Ford allegedly failed to yield to the officers and led them on a vehicle chase through Antioch.He was arrested a short time later in Pittsburg as he was attempting to flee on foot, police said.The arresting officers allegedly found him in possession of rock cocaine, police said.During a search of one of Ford’s residences, police also found a gun that allegedly belonged to him.In connection with Ford’s arrest, officers served a search warrant at a local hotel on 10th Street, where they arrested two other men, Martinez resident Timothy Davis, 39, and Pittsburg resident Johnny Denton, 25, who are alleged to be cocaine dealers, police said.Police allegedly found several ounces of cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy in their possession at the time of the arrests, police said.All three men were booked into county jail in Martinez.
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