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Officers with the Long Beach Police Department conducted a traffic stop Friday that ultimately led to the seizure of several firearms, ammunition and high-capacity magazines, along with narcotics and cash.  

The stop occurred just after 1:00 a.m. near Cherry Avenue and Anaheim Street for a traffic violation, according to a department news release.

The driver, later identified as 27-year-old Robert James Brobst, was determined to be in violation of his felony probation.  

Brobst was arrested, detained and a probation compliance check was performed at his residence.  

“During their search, officers discovered two firearms, ammunition, high-capacity magazines, drugs and narcotics intended to be sold,” as well as materials to build un-serialized firearms, police said in the release.  

Brobst was booked into Long Beach City Jail, where he faces a number of charges, including felony possession of a loaded firearm and felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. 

His bail was set at $560,000.