(Photos courtesy Oxnard PD)
Oxnard police say a traffic stop Saturday evening led to the arrest of a man on parole for attempted voluntary manslaughter after officers allegedly found guns in his home.
They say around 6:07 PM, 28-year-old Kevin Fickel of Oxnard was pulled over for a traffic violation at Offshore and Keel Avenue.
Officers determined that Fickel was on parole for attempted voluntary manslaughter in connection with a stabbing so they decided to conduct a parole search.
That included going to his residence where police say they found two handguns and a flashlight that also functions as a stun gun in his bedroom.
Fickel was arrested for violating his parole.
Charges related to possession of firearms are pending.