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Two probationers arrested separately on drug charges


Saturday, October 12th, 2013
Issue 41, Volume 17.


WILDOMAR - Two probationers were arrested separately on drug charges in Wildomar, a sheriff's sergeant said today.

Sheriff's deputies Friday night went to an apartment building in the 24800 block of Prielipp Road to check on a probationer. A police dog uncovered methamphetamine, heroin and paraphernalia inside a unit, Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. David Cardoza said.

Marcia Lynn Radnoti, 50, of Wildomar, was arrested for allegedly possessing the drugs for sales and committing a felony while on out on bail, Cardoza said.

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deputies to also search for a second probationer at a home in Meadowbrook, where the occupant appeared to have fled. But that person, Alison Bree Carey, 28, of Hemet, arrived at the home while deputies were there.

She allegedly had methamphetamine on her and was arrested, Cardoza said. A drug-sniffing dog also found narcotics, paraphernalia and ammunition was found at the Meadowbrook home.

Between both arrests, 1.5 ounces of methamphetamine and one third of an ounce of heroin was confiscated, Cardoza said.

Carey remained in custody today.


 

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Comment Profile ImageA 53 yr old Grandma
Comment #1 | Sunday, Oct 13, 2013 at 12:57 am
Now why did we go to the trouble to let these probationers out again? Oh thats right no more beds in jail and its inhumane to have them sleep on the floor with a pillow and a blanket. Hmm but its ok to put them back out here in the "somewhat normal population" and keep selling drugs to kids, adults, any one right? 50 and 28 females?? That is a mother and a grandmother for godsake! Lock them back up and at this point they chose the dang floor. It would cost us less to build about 4 more additions the current size of the Murrieta jail, hire more guards (plenty who need jobs), and keep their alskjfasfj in jail then it is to have all these probation officers drive around day and night putting themselves in danger trying to find them.

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