Search warrant turns up handgun, drugs at Aurora home

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Miles J. Garcia (left) and Lewis C. Garcia. | Aurora police

Two men have been arrested after Aurora police said they served a search warrant and found a gun and drugs at their home.

The police said the search turned up more than 19 grams of cocaine, 362 grams of marijuana, about 54.5 grams of cannabis wax, more than 1,200 Xanax pills and a .380-caliber handgun at the home where Miles Garcia, 23, and 55-year-old Lewis Garcia live.

Miles Garcia was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, and Lewis Garcia faces one count of resisting the police.

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