Two suspects arrested for alleged illegal possession of guns after EGPD traffic stop




Two suspects were taken into custody by Elk Grove Police following a traffic stop that led to the discovery of illegally possessed weapons. 

Just after 1 a.m. on Sunday, March 24, a vehicle driven by Terrell Burgess-Bell, 40, of Sacramento was stopped for a vehicle code violation on Elk Grove Boulevard near Highway 99. A record search revealed a passenger, Michelle Lee Lovelace, 40, of Sacramento was on probation and had several active warrants, some dating to 2017, and both prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition.

A probation search led to the discovery of a loaded concealed unregistered weapon in Lovelace's purse, and burglary tools. Burgess-Bell has been released while Lovelace remains in custody at the Sacramento County Jail on a $95,500 bail with arraignment on Tuesday, March 26








 






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