Sheriffs arrest felon, discover guns and drugs

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Timothy Holloway is arrested April 29 after a sheriff’s deputy notices homemade registration stickers on his vehicle. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
Riverside County sheriffs apprehended a felon by noticing sparks coming from a vehicle and performing a traffic stop. In the early morning hours of April 29, a deputy assigned to the mountain communities observed a truck traveling on State Hwy. 371 in Anza. According to a sheriff's department spokesman, the truck caught the deputy's eye when it was observed emitting large amounts of sparks from under the vehicle. The deputy also noticed that the truck displayed what appeared to be a homemade registration decal. A traffic stop was initiated and the driver yielded at the Cahuilla Casino. A records check revealed a felony warrant for the driver and only occupant, Timothy Holloway of Anza, a felon. A records check of the truck’s Vehicle Identification Number revealed that the truck had
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