Reckless Driving Report Leads to Area Drug Bust

( Photo provided by Murrieta Police Department) Two Murrieta residents were arrested last week and booked on charges including possession ...

(Photo provided by Murrieta Police Department)

Two Murrieta residents were arrested last week and booked on charges including possession of a controlled substance for sale and conspiracy to commit a crime, the Murrieta Police Department announced today.

Officers responded to the 26300 block of Washington Avenue on April 29 in response to reports of someone driving recklessly in the area. A woman believed to be related to the call ran from police and was detained a few hundred yards away. A records check revealed that Alison Addison, 46, was on felony probation for a previous narcotic sales related case, police said.

Police conducted a compliance check of a motor home where Addison was living a short distance away. They recovered the following items:

-- Approximately 4 ounces of Methamphetamine
-- 4 ounces of Marijuana
-- Cocaine
-- Ecstasy
-- Illegal pills
-- Almost $3,000 of currency
-- Scales / plastic baggies

According to the news release, officers also detained Michael Reynolds, 55, on the property. Reynolds was also a probationer who claimed ownership of the motor home. Based on the large amount of narcotics and cash located, officers believed Addison and Reynolds were involved in the sales of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, and illegal pills.

Both individuals arrested and booked into Southwest Detention Center on the following charges:

-- Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sales
-- Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sales
-- Possession of Marijuana for Sales
-- Conspiracy to Commit a Crime
-- Probation Violation
-- Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance
-- Delaying an Officer's Investigation

If you have any additional information regarding this investigation or if you would like to report narcotic activity in your neighborhood, contact the Murrieta Police Department Special Enforcement Team at 951-461-6363. You can also provide information anonymously through "We Tip" at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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