A jail booking photo was released Wednesday of a Beaumont man who was found to be in possession of a gun, methamphetamine and a stolen car-- while out on parole, according to police.
Don Aguirre, 37, of Beaumont was tracked down by the Hemet police Parole Apprehension Team in the 2700 block of West Devonshire Avenue, where he was taken into custody without incident around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
He is now back behind bars at the Banning jail, being held without bail, according to online inmate records.
Aguirre had been sought for suspected parole violations. When investigators raided the apartment in which he was residing, they allegedly uncovered an undisclosed amount of methamphetamine, ammunition and a stolen gun, according to Hemet police Lt. Eric Dickson.
The vehicle that Aguirre, a convicted felon, had been using was determined to be stolen as well, Dickson said.
Riverside County court records indicate that Aguirre has a criminal background that includes a conviction for spousal abuse in 2000 and carjacking in 2006.