Perez was parked in front of businesses that are open 24 hours a day. Amjadi found Perez under the influence of a Central Nervous System (CNS) stimulant and arrested him.
Perez also had a loaded revolver in his waistband. Deputies searched his person and vehicle to find methamphetamine, methamphetamine pipes, a Derringer pistol and a loaded SKS assault rifle with a high capacity magazine, masks and two-way radios.
Police say the evidence suggests Perez may have been planning to commit additional crimes.
Perez was in Santa Barbara County Jail with bail was set at $95,000. He posted bail last night and was released from jail this morning.