Vancouver Police arrest felon for firearms possession

Five weapons seized after search warrant served at east Vancouver residence

VANCOUVER — Vancouver Police arrested a convicted felon and seized five guns Monday at a residence in east Vancouver.

The search of the residence resulted in seizure of four pistols, one rifle, various associated ammunition, rifle-building parts, and evidence of controlled substance possession. Photo courtesy of Vancouver Police Department
The search of the residence resulted in seizure of four pistols, one rifle, various associated ammunition, rifle-building parts, and evidence of controlled substance possession. Photo courtesy of Vancouver Police Department

On Monday (Feb.10), detectives from the Vancouver Police Department Property Crimes Unit, Safe Streets Task Force and Neighborhood Response Teams, with assistance from the Southwest Regional SWAT Team, served a search warrant at a residence in the 1000 block of SE 146th Court.

This case was initially developed by a VPD Property Crimes detective who learned the resident of the home, Fred Ignacio Anthony Munoz Jr., a convicted felon, was in possession of multiple firearms.

The search of the residence resulted in seizure of four pistols, one rifle, various associated ammunition, rifle-building parts, and evidence of controlled substance possession.  Five people were located inside the residence. Two were arrested on the following charges and booked into the Clark County Jail:

  • Fred Ignacio Anthony Munoz Jr. (DOB: 10-27-1980) – Arrested for 5 counts of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.
  • Matthew J. Cook (DOB: 1-30-1982) – Arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant

Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.

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