BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Officers with the Bakersfield Police Department allegedly found 31 firearms and narcotics at a convicted felon’s residence on North Stine Road Wednesday evening, officials said.

According to BPD, officers conducted a search at Matthew Lytle’s, 35, residence in relation to a warrant that had been issued for charges associated with drug sales.

At the home, officers say 31 firearms and drugs were found. Lytle is prohibited from possessing firearms due to being a convicted felon, according to BPD.

A probable cause declaration says police seized more than 15 “assault weapons,” three short-barrel rifles and “numerous amounts of handguns, live ammunition, scales, narcotics and indicia of sales of narcotics.”

Lytle and his 29-year-old brother Cameron were both arrested on suspicion of charges associated with firearm possession and narcotic possession. Cameron Lytle admitted building several assault weapons, according to the declaration.