Last week in Torrance, California, police arrested a man in possession of thousands of pieces of mail that appear to be California mail-in ballots.
In detail: Last Monday night, Torrance police responded to complaints of a male passed out in a vehicle outside of a 7/11 convenience store.
After verifying that he was a felon and finding Xanax pills in his possession, police searched the vehicle and found a loaded gun, a bag of methamphetamine, a scale, multiple California driver’s licenses, credit cards in other people’s names, and thousands of pieces of mail.
The picture posted on the Torrance Police Department Facebook page shows the firearm, narcotics, and stacks of documents that appear to be California mail-in ballots.
The big picture: California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a recall election on September 14 and ballots are currently being distributed to California residents.
This raises the question as to whether the mail and driver’s licenses recovered in the Torrance arrest may be linked to attempts at voter fraud in the upcoming election.
Worth noting: Torrance police arrested the man on multiple charges of unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of narcotics, and forgery.
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