Officers have made three drug-related arrests since Wednesday, in line with Maricopa police.
On Friday, a site visitors cease led to the arrest of the automobile’s passenger, police stated.
Raymond G. Bunce was charged with possession of harmful medication and possession of drug paraphernalia, police stated.
Officers stopped a automobile for making a large flip and failing to keep up its lane, in line with a possible trigger assertion. Police stated they recognized Bunce and located he had an lively warrant for his arrest (pre-adjudication).
During a consented search of the automobile, officers stated they discovered a medium-sized inexperienced bag on the passenger seat. Bunce allegedly advised officers it was his bag and so they had consent to go looking it, in line with police.
In the bag, police discovered a small plastic bag of a “clear crystal-like substance,” a inexperienced glass object with a bulb on the top and a plastic rubber merchandise with black residue, the possible trigger assertion stated.
Bunce allegedly admitted the “crystal-like” substance was methamphetamine and the inexperienced object was a pipe to smoke it, police stated.
Bunce was booked into Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Jail on the fees.
On Thursday, Frank Clark, 41, was arrested and charged with possession of harmful medication and possession of drug paraphernalia after police stopped a automobile through which he was driving at State Route 347 and Juan Avenue, close to Copper Sky, police stated. Clark was arrested on a sound warrant out of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, in line with a possible trigger assertion. He was being held in Pinal County Jail on Monday afternoon, in line with on-line jail data.
A day earlier, Lacie Marquez, 28, was arrested and charged with possession of harmful medication and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers responded to a disturbance at a Condrey Avenue dwelling within the Heritage District, police stated. She was being held in Pinal County Jail on Monday afternoon, awaiting a May 27 preliminary listening to, in line with on-line jail data.