Solano County sheriff’s deputies arrested three people, including a 61-year-old woman, Tuesday on suspicion of possession of marijuana and heroin for sale.
Deputy Coy Caulfield saw two men abruptly flee their vehicles in the 200 block of Home Acres Avenue in an incorporated area of Solano County located within Vallejo around 1 a.m., sheriff’s Deputy Daryl Snedeker said.
Caulfield called deputies to help conduct a search for the men, and when he knocked on the door of a residence in the area an elderly woman said she was alone in the residence.
Caulfield, however became suspicious because the woman acted as if she were in danger, Snedeker said. Caulfield and the other deputies entered her residence where they found several people, including the men who fled their vehicles, Snedeker said.
Caulfield spotted a modified rifle, handgun and narcotics packaged for sale, and the deputies notified the county’s methamphetamine enforcement team, Snedeker said. After getting a search warrant, detectives seized an ounce of heroin, three grams of methamphetamine, 9.3 grams of marijuana and two firearms, Snedeker said.
The deputies arrested 61-year-old Kimberly Coronel of Vallejo for possession of heroin for sale, Snedeker said. Snedeker said it’s not clear if she was the woman who answered the door of the 2-story apartment.
Detectives also arrested the two men who fled their vehicles.
Justin Gregory Razle, 27, of Vallejo, was arrested for possession of heroin for sale, possession of a stolen firearm and committing a felony while out on bail.
Antonio Tavares, 31, of American Canyon, was arrested for possession of marijuana for sale.
Candace Sierra Conway-Noel, 19, of Vallejo, was arrested on a warrant for vehicle theft and violating probation, Snedeker said.
All four were booked in the Solano County Jail. Razle and Coronel are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday in Solano County Superior Court. Tavares posted bail and will be arraigned Feb. 2 and Conway-Noel will be arraigned Wednesday.
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