Two felons are back in jail after a party on C Avenue climaxed with the destruction of a car's windshield.

Around 3:30 a.m. on April 21, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department deputy Kevin McCurdy responded to a call on the 18900 block of Sheffiled Street to take a report of a stolen vehicle.

The victim told McCurdy that her daughter, Kelly Naso, 23, and Naso's boyfriend Matthew Polson, 25, were at a part in the C Avenue area, and that Polson had taken the car without permission and broke the windshield.

While at the house taking the report, McCurdy saw the stolen vehicle drive past the house. He followed and pulled the vehicle (which had its windshield completely broken out) over.

At that time, Naso was driving the car and Polson was a passenger. A field sobriety test allegedly revealed that Naso was driving while under the influence of alcohol.

McCurdy discovered that Naso was on felony probation and Polson was a parolee. Inside the vehicle were two loaded 9 mm pistol magazines. Searching the area, deputies discovered a 9 mm Ruger semi-automatic was discovered, apparently thrown from the vehicle. A 9 mm magazine that fit the pistol was also discovered in the dirt. Polson reportedly also had a large quantify of cash on him at the time of his arrest. The Hesperia sheriff's station is continuing the investigation.

Naso was booked on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, probation violations and driving under the influence.

Polson was booked on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, felony vandalism and a parole violation.

Both were booked into Victor Valley Jail.

Beau Yarbrough can be reached at 956-7108 or at beau@hesperiastar.com.