Residence search results in three arrests on warrants

Murrieta Police Department officers serving outstanding arrest warrants took three people into custody on Monday, authorities said today. ...

Murrieta Police Department officers serving outstanding arrest warrants took three people into custody on Monday, authorities said today.

The incident began at 7:36 p.m., when officers arrived at a condominium complex in the 24900 block of Madison Avenue. Upon their arrival, they noticed a male look out the front window and quickly close the blinds. A second male left the residence and attempted to flee.

That suspect, identified as Aaron Milliron, was detained by officers. He was found to be on Mandatory Supervised Release probation for narcotic sales. The first male and a female were discovered hiding in the residence and were detained, along with a fourth suspect.

The male inside the residence, identified as Adrian Reese, 28, of Murrieta, was found to have an outstanding felony warrant for violation of probation, three misdemeanor warrants, was on probation for narcotics, and was out on bail for a previous arrest for narcotic sales.

The female was identified as Melissa Quinn, 26, of Wildomar. A records check showed she has an extensive criminal history for narcotics.

During a search of the residence, officers discovered a large amount of cash, four digital scales, individually packaged heroin, safes, and narcotics paraphernalia. Reese was arrested for his outstanding warrants, possession of narcotics, sales of narcotics, paraphernalia and committing a crime while released on bail.

Quinn was arrested for possession of heroin, possession of paraphernalia, and possession of prescription pills for sale. Milliron was arrested for violation of his mandatory supervised release probation. The fourth subject was released at the scene.

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