Deputies make arrests on drug, weapons charges

Local also faces no-contact order violation

— Three men were arrested early Friday morning following a no-contact order violation and a firearm threat.

Sean Roy Allan, 42, of 229 Fifth Ave., was arrested for violating a no-contact order by a Yakima County Sheriff’s Office deputy at 3:42 a.m. for the violation, a report said.

Deputies also arrested Christian A. Gonzalez, 22, of 733 Harrison Ave., Sunnyside, and Francisco Huerta, 28, of 669 Fisher Road, Mabton, both for possession of methamphetamine and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Allan was arrested at his former girlfriend’s 610 Fisher Road home after refusing to leave, a report said. Allan has two prior convictions for violating the order.

Huerta and Gonzalez were arrested after Allan told deputies Huerta pointed a gun from the rear window of a gray Honda, the report said.

Allan told deputies the car was southbound on Fisher Road, the report said. Assisting Mabton police located the vehicle minutes later pulling out of Huerta’s driveway.

Following the arrests, police found a loaded gun in Gonzalez’s right shoe and a pistol wrapped up in a gray sweater inside the car, a report said. The vehicle was impounded pending authorization of a search warrant.

A criminal history check showed Gonzalez was convicted of felony assault in 2011, a report said, noting he is prohibited from possessing a firearm.

Huerta was previously convicted of felony possession of a controlled substance, a report said.

Both men were also found to be in possession of a substance that later tested positive as methamphetamine, a report said.

All three men were booked into the Yakima County Jail.


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