Police Log: Multiple drug offenses, recovered vehicles

Thursday, May 11

Drug Related

Deputies made contact with a suspicious vehicle parked on Echo Dam Road. Upon contact with the two occupants of the vehicle, the woman provided deputies with a fake name. Drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle was in plain view of the deputies, and a search of the vehicle revealed user amounts of marijuana as well as additional drug paraphernalia. After obtaining correct identification, it was discovered that both occupants of the vehicle had multiple warrants out for their arrest. The occupants were arrested and transported to Summit County Jail.

Recovered Vehicle

Deputies were notified a stolen vehicle had entered the outlet parkings lot on 6699 Landmark Drive. Upon arrival on the scene, deputies located the vehicle near the entrance of the outlet’s parking lot. A search of the stolen vehicle revealed large amount of fentanyl M30 pills, power tools, and other miscellaneous items.  The driver of the vehicle was arrested and booked on six different charges.

Friday, May 12

Drug Related

Deputies made contact with a suspicious vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. Upon contact with the driver of the vehicle it was discovered that he had an active warrant out for his arrest. The driver advised he made multiple items of drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle, and the vehicle was searched and multiple items of paraphernalia were found. The driver of the vehicle were arrested and transferred to Summit County Jail.

Recovered Vehicle

A suspicious vehicle was located late at night at Bells Gas Station in the rest area. After running the plates, deputies discovered there was an active NCIC hit for a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was unoccupied and was confirmed to be stolen by the VIN number.

Saturday, May 13

Drug Related

Deputies stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation on SR-224 near Silver Springs. K-9 Spike was deployed during the course of the stop, and displayed a positive alert to the odor of narcotics. When questioned, the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle admitted to possessing user amounts of narcotics inside the vehicle. A subsequent vehicle search revealed distributable amounts of schedule I, II, and IV narcotics including fentanyl, amphetamine laced THC, marijuana, amphetamine pills, and non-controlled prescription medication. The driver was arrested and booked on four different charges.

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