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ANDERSON, Calif. – Anderson Police Department said they arrested 37-year-old Rachael Elaine Kindler of Springfield, Oregon and 29-year-old Darius Ramon Moore of Pomona after they were provided false information about their identities during a traffic stop. One of the two was a wanted felon.
It was close to 3 a.m. on Saturday when police searched the car during the traffic stop and located one unregistered 40 caliber Glock, two loaded magazines, and empty large-capacity magazine, which is illegal in California, cocaine and other drug paraphernalia.
Moore, who was the driver, said he was his cousin, who police said was on active CDC parole. This made it possible for officers to conduct a parole search.
When the Anderson Police Department investigated the situation they discovered that Darius Ramon Moore had two active felony arrest warrants for robbery out of San Bernardino County in California, and Washington County in Oregon.
Moore was then booked on his warrants and for unlawfully possessing narcotics while armed with a loaded operable firearm, possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of ammunition by a felon, possession of cocaine, and false impersonation.
Kindler was booked on unlawfully possessing narcotics while armed with a loaded operable firearm, possession of a firearm by an addict, possession of ammunition by an addict and possession of cocaine charges.