SANTA ROSA RANCHERIA — A man on community supervision was arrested after allegedly being found in possession of a loaded semi-automatic handgun in his home, Sheriff’s deputies said.
On Jan. 13 at approximately 6 a.m., officials said Kings County Sheriff's deputies and officers from the Kings County Probation Department conducted a Post Release Community Supervision compliance check at 16670 Saltgrass Drive on the Santa Rosa Rancheria.
Carson Perry, 24, who lives at the address, is on active community supervision but had not yet checked in with his probation officer after his recent release from state prison, deputies said.
Several people were contacted at the residence and officials said they complied with law enforcement's requests to exit the home.
Deputies entered the residence in an attempt to locate Perry and found him in a bedroom with a loaded Glock 21 semi-automatic handgun in his possession, deputies said.
Deputies were able to secure the handgun, but officials said Perry began fighting with the deputies and resisting arrest. Perry eventually surrendered to a Kings County K-9 officer and was taken into custody, deputies said.
Sheriff’s officials said Perry was arrested on suspicion of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, a convicted felon in possession of ammunition, resisting arrest and violating a domestic violence restraining order.
Authorities said several deputies received minor injuries as a result.