Vacaville police have arrested a 16-year-old boy on suspicion of selling drugs that were found in the William Street apartment where two men were killed last week.Police arrested the teen after searching a residence in the 1200 block of Balsam Way in Vacaville on Friday, detective Otha Livingston said this afternoon.Police found psilocybin mushrooms, marijuana, pills, cash, packaging materials and evidence of drug sales, Livingston said.The teen, who was on probation, was arrested on drug possession charges and violating probation, and was booked into juvenile hall, Livingston said.On Nov. 16, Richard Marcham Perez, 20, and Cameron Scott Silva, 21, were fatally shot at 506 William St., police said.Richard Ruben Calkins, 18, was arrested on suspicion of committing the murders.Sarah Jane Berkheimer, 21, of Vacaville, was also found on the street outside the apartment suffering from gunshot wounds. She was taken to the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento and is expected to survive, police said. Calkins’ girlfriend Nicole Ozment, 19, who lived in the William Street apartment, was arrested Thursday for possession of marijuana, child endangerment, and maintaining a place for drug use.Vacaville police said the couple’s 7-month-old child was in the apartment when the shooting occurred, and the baby has been placed in protective custody.Calkins was injured at the police station shortly after the murders when he was shot with a Taser by Vacaville police and fell.
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