Parole search leads to two arrests on drug charges

Two Murrieta residents were arrested on drug charges following a parole search at a residence on Sept. 12, authorities said today. Membe...

Two Murrieta residents were arrested on drug charges following a parole search at a residence on Sept. 12, authorities said today.

Members of the Murrieta Police Department assisted the Sheriff's Department's Auto Theft Interdiction Detail with a search at a condominium complex in the 29000 block of Madison Avenue about 6 p.m. that day, according to a news release. Nicholas Marquez, 29, and Alexandra Hungerford, 25, were detained in addition to two other adults. The search revealed a substantial amount of methamphetamine hidden in the fresh water reservoir of the toilet.

Investigators determined the methamphetamine belonged to Marquez, who had previous arrests for burglary, possession of stolen property and narcotics. He was arrested on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sales. Hungerford was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and was also arrested. The other two subjects were interviewed the released.

Marquez was booked into Southwest Detention Center. Hungerford was released from the hospital with a citation and a notice to appear in court.



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