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Joshua Williams Gilroy parolee arrested for gun, ammunition and drugs

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A Gilroy man was arrested Saturday after a parole search of his home uncovered a gun, ammunition and drugs, police said. Joshua Williams, 23, was contacted by anti-crime officers Saturday in the 700 block of First Street while he was riding as a passenger in a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, Robert Altamirano, was detained for a violation of his parole, and detectives executed a search warrant at Williams’ home.

The search located a gun with the serial number obliterated, ammunition and methamphetamine. Since Williams is a convicted felon, he was arrested on suspicion of a parole violation as well as firearm, drug and gun possession charges.

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