A 28-year-old man is in jail after allegedly being found with guns and drugs at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton on Wednesday. Hedayatullah Bayanzay, of Stockton, is in San Joaquin County Jail after being arrested by Delta College Campus Police shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday.
Authorities were alerted to Bayanzay when they received a call about a man in a "No parking" zone in front of the childcare center blaring his music, said Sgt. Bob Di Piero of the Delta College Campus Police.
"We made contact with him and drug paraphernalia was in plain sight," Di Piero said. "That led to a search in which we found a loaded firearm on his person and a second firearm in the vehicle."
Bayanzay complied with the search and did not resist officers, Di Piero said. He is not a student of the college and was likely there to pick someone else up, he said. Heroin, prescription medications and two handguns were among the items uncovered during the search, police said.
Although officers routinely come across students who bring knives or Airsoft guns to campus, Di Piero said it had been the first time in recent memory in which the college police force recovered a handgun on campus.
Bayanzay was arrested for multiple felonies, including possession of a firearm on school grounds, possession of a loaded firearm on school grounds and being a felon or addict in possession of a firearm. He was also arrested on multiple drug-related misdemeanors, according to booking records for the San Joaquin Sheriff's Department. He is being held on a $556,000 bond.
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