Two arrested in graffiti investigation
On Friday, the Lompoc Police Department’s Detectives and Special Investigation Unit served arrest and search warrants on two residents in Lompoc in regards to a graffiti investigation that occured on March 25.
A privately manufactured firearm, commonly known as a “Ghost gun,” was recovered during the search.
Eduardo Molina, 18, was arrested for Vandalism, Participation in a Criminal Street Gang, Conspiracy and Possession of Illegal Firearm. Silvestre Navarro, 19, was arrested for Vandalism, Participation in a Criminal Street Gang, and Conspiracy. Both subjects were booked at the Lompoc Jail.
– Katherine Zehnder