Sheriff’s deputies arrested three Yucca Valley residents and seized drugs, paraphernalia, and weapons during a search of a Yucca Valley home Wednesday morning. According to a Sheriff’s Department press release, deputies and narcotics officers served a search warrant in the 3600 block of Avalon about 6:30 a.m., where Eduardo Villegas, 36, Cheryl Dvorecak, 24, and Michael Mack, 47, were living, along with Villegas’ and Dvorecak’s two infant children. During the search, detectives recovered several grams of methamphetamine hidden in a vehicle owned by Villegas, as well as ammunition and syringes in the garage. Deputies also discovered two safes in the master bedroom closet. The smaller safe contained several ounces of marijuana packaged for sale, and a digital scale. The larger safe contained 14 firearms, including semi-automatic hand guns, revolvers, rifles and assault rifles, and a shotgun, along with hundreds of rounds of ammunition. Detectives also found in the safe more than four pounds of methamphetamine and a large amount of cash. Villegas, Dvorecak, and Mack are all convicted felons and are prohibited from being in possession of any firearms or ammunition. (Two years ago, Dvorecak pleaded guilty in February 2012 to assault with a deadly weapon when she stabbed Marshall McCoy, 28, of Yucca Valley.) Eduardo Villegas, Cheryl Dvorecak, and Michael Mack were all arrested for investigation of being in possession of a firearm and narcotics, and booked into the Morongo Basin Jail. Dvorecak and Mack are being held on $50,000 bail, while Villegas is currently out on $50,000 bail.