A methamphetamine trafficking investigation led to the arrest of three men in Fairfield and Napa Friday evening and early Saturday morning, according to Vacaville police. Detectives from the narcotics enforcement team of the Vacaville Police Department had been investigating Dustin Lyons, 30, for trafficking
methamphetamine in Napa and Solano counties, according to police. At about 5:15 p.m. Friday, the team asked Fairfield police officers to stop a vehicle occupied by Lyons in the area of Taft and North Texas streets in Fairfield. A search of the vehicle by Fairfield police and a K9 unit located more than a half-ounce of methamphetamine packaged for sale, along with a scale, cell phone and more than $500 in suspected drug money, police said. Lyons was arrested for transportation and possession of methamphetamine for sale, as well as parole violation, according to police. Investigators then wrote a search warrant for a home in the 2100 block of Oak Street based on Lyons’ association with that address, according to police. Members of the Vacaville and Napa police departments served the warrant at the home at about 12:30 a.m. Saturday and found additional methamphetamine packaged for sale, as well as $360 in suspected drug money, police said. The home was occupied by Christopher Roberts, 27, and Heidi Wolter, 38, who were both arrested for possession of methamphetamine for sale and booked into the Napa County Jail, according to police.
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