Two parolees and a felon were arrested on drug and parole violation charges Tuesday after a narcotics team in Solano County found evidence of methamphetamine sales in a home near Vallejo, according to the sheriff’s office.Officers from a multi-jurisdictional methamphetamine enforcement team executed a search warrant at the home of 32-year-old Elvis Hernandez in the 1100 block of Benicia Road in unincorporated Vallejo, according to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office. At around the same time, Hernandez was pulled over for a traffic stop on Rollingwood Drive near Benicia Road.In a search of Hernandez’ home, deputies found two parolees wanted by the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; 42-year-old Richmond woman Jade Perry, and 32-year-old American Canyon woman Dominique Sumibcay.Detectives reportedly found more than two ounces of methamphetamine in the home, with an estimated street value between $2,600 and $3,000. Evidence of meth sales was also seized, including packaging materials, pay-and-owe sheets, scales and more than $5,700 in cash.The search also yielded a loaded .38 caliber handgun.Hernandez was booked into Solano County jail for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and for sales of methamphetamine. His bail was set at $20,000.Sumibcay and Perry were booked for parole violations and were being held without bail.
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