FAIRFIELD (CBS SF) – Two people were arrested Saturday morning after police found one of them in possession of a stolen semiautomatic handgun, Fairfield police officers said.

Police said the car was pulled over about 10 a.m. Saturday near Travis and Gateway Boulevards after it ran a stop sign. Officers smelled marijuana in the car; both people in the car were ordered to get out.

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Police said they saw the handgun protruding from the passenger’s jacket pocket. The handgun had been reported stolen out of Arizona, police said.

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Arrested were 21-year-old Richmond resident Mahogany McCrory and 30-year-old San Francisco resident Vincent Washington. Both were booked into the Solano County Jail in Fairfield on several weapon violation charges, police said.

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