Three people were arrested and face possible charges after being found with a loaded gun and drugs Wednesday.
The Kelowna RCMP target team and general duty members stopped a green 1993 Ford Taurus around 1:30 p.m. in the 800 block of Saucier Avenue.
The car was found to be using a licence plate was registered for another vehicle.
The driver, a 27-year-old male from Kelowna, used a fake name, police said.
When police approached the vehicle, a man was seen placing something in the trunk it was found to be a loaded .25 calibre handgun.
In an attempt to escape the police, one of the passengers - a 31-year-old man - fled on foot and broke into a house before being taken into custody.
As he ran, the other passenger - a 28-year-old female - was said to be seen taking a container from the trunk of the car and placing it in a nearby yard.
Found in the container was methamphetamine, cocaine, suspected fentynol and pills.
The driver was arrested and now faces possible charges of obstruction, driving while prohibited and being unlawfully in a dwelling. He was found to have outstanding warrants out of Vernon.
The passengers face possible charges of obstruction, careless use of firearm, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a restricted firearm with ammunition and possession for the purpose of trafficking.
Policed seized the handgun, along with $710 cash. They also found a stash of different drugs: methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, Percocet, Lorazepam, Clorazepam, and liquid suspected to be Fentynol.