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Law enforcement agents arrested seven Vallejo residents and seized illegal drugs, guns and money Thursday in an operation that spanned five sites across Vallejo.

The raids were part of a three-month investigation by the Solano County drug enforcement team, said sheriff Lt. Gary Faulkner in a press release.

Five warrants were served with the help of Vallejo and Fairfield police officers, he said.

The first was served at a house in the 600 block of Amador St., where Jesus Villasenor, 42, of Vallejo was arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine for sale and possessing a stolen firearm, Faulkner said.

The second warrant was served at a tow yard in the 1900 block of Broadway, where Manuel Barrerra, 53, was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.

Thomas Delemo, 45, was also taken into custody at the tow yard for an outstanding arrest warrant for assault with a deadly weapon.

The third search warrant was served at a hotel in the 4300 block of Sonoma Boulevard where Gaspar Govea, 43, was arrested on suspicion of transporting meth for sale and conspiracy to sell meth, Faulkner said.

The fourth search warrant was served at a home in the 10 block of Garford Alley, Faulkner said. Kirby Bedgood, 58, was at home and arrested on suspicion of possessing meth.

The final search warrant was served at a storage unit in the 4300 block of Sonoma Boulevard, Faulkner said.

Law enforcement officials also located and arrested Lorenza Deluna, 39, and Rodolfo Chavez, 21, in the 700 block of Admiral Callaghan Lane on suspicion of transporting and selling meth.

The operation netted a pound of meth, two firearms and $1,246 in cash, Faulkner added.

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