SAN FRANCISCO—A San Francisco man who is currently on probation was arrested in Sonoma County on Saturday, February 18. Sheriff’s deputies was able to take the suspect, Andrew Rojas into custody after he gave the officials a fake name, officials indicated.

On Saturday, Rojas was riding in the passenger seat of a vehicle that was stopped by on-duty sheriff’s deputies. He gave false identification after one of the deputies asked him for his name.

According to sheriff’s officials, Rojas had given the same fake name several years earlier when he was arrested on suspicion of drug possession.

During the stop, deputies discovered that Rojas was currently on probation for drug possession in Sonoma County. He was also on felony probation in San Francisco for possession of a stolen vehicle and leading police on a pursuit.

After arresting Rojas, deputies searched his bag and found drug paraphernalia and a Taser.