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Warrant Search Yields Drugs, Cash, Gun and Pills

Seven people were arrested following the service of a warrant in an unincorporated area of Temecula.

Riverside County sheriff's deputies and narcotics task force investigators on Thursday searched a home and RV in unincorporated Temecula, turning up a cache of methamphetamine and narcotics from a drug-selling operation.

The warrant was served in the 40600 block of Los Ranchos Circle about 7 a.m., according to Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Vance Stolte.

Investigators turned up about a quarter-pound of methamphetamine, two pounds of marijuana, a lot of cash, a loaded, un-registered pistol and several hundred pills, the sergeant said.

Detectives also found items relating to drug sales, Stolte said.

Arrested were:

  • John Abraham, 51, of Temecula, for alleged possession of methamphetamine for sale, using a minor to facilitate the sale of narcotics, conspiracy, maintaining an unlawful residence, child endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • Kelly Abraham, 50, of Temecula, on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine for sale, using a minor to facilitate the sale of narcotics, conspiracy, maintaining an unlawful residence, child endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • Allison Addison, 44, of Temecula, for alleged possession of methamphetamine and other narcotics for sale, possession of marijuana for sale, conspiracy, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • Alfonso Cueva, 47, of Pauma Valley, on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and other narcotics for sale, possession of marijuana for sale, conspiracy, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • Mark Smith, 41, of Temecula, for allegedly being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine while armed with a firearm, possession of methamphetamine for sale, possession of marijuana for sale, violation of probation, and for being under the influence of a controlled substance;
  • Nicholas Abraham, 20, of Temecula, for alleged possession of methamphetamine and other narcotics for sale, violation of probation, being under the influence of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia and
  • Michael Johnson, 40, of Murrieta, for allegedly being under the influence of a controlled substance.
John Fredrick Williams November 03, 2012 at 11:31 PM
A good friend reminds me that I have been in Egypt and I have seen de-Nile. I do not care less if you held Christ in any manner. You would not even recognise him if he lived across the street from you. He just isn't your type so please don't defer any logs to posts around here. Just watch me Pappy and get really paranoid. Confusion says: You only need to wash that drive once or you are wasting water. Whatever, it all goes down the drain anyway. Waste not want not...
justme November 04, 2012 at 12:16 AM
somehow this is becomming like a playground of children here... nobody hates you mr. abraham..it is the possibility that what the sherrif found is for real that is hated...i have been clean and sober for 25 years...it was amazing for me to see things from the inside of a well orchestrated drug house when i was a user...i recall the so called "contact" who lived in a house i would go to...and her family members who were the go to peeeps...and the odd in and outs of how their little system worked...she was a professional in her own right...and made money, as well as had her own drug habit maintained....for years she held her own and made many dealers her friends...nothing worse for a dealer than a sloppy contact. my thought back then was...wow...they look so normal, have regular jobs, such as working in city schools...i remember them saying, "oh no...i have to pass today, gonna have a drug test coming up on my job." and most folks know now days that there are remedies to remove most things from yr system...via baking soda, eating allot of pickles, the list goes on. i am not surprised if mexican cartel are snooping around into the lives of families...i have even seen how mexican drug dealers use some so called high functioning developemental disabled adults to help make their system work better. anything goes. mankind has always faced this..just a new drug, new time. if we all don't open the doors and shed light on this, things will stay the same..i love everyone. drugs hurt.
maddison addison November 06, 2012 at 12:08 AM
And your face should be on faces of fatasses
nick abraham November 14, 2012 at 08:51 AM
Mr williams, this situation did call for intervention but not by the police, they did it to better there department and themselves, not the victims or the so called "addicts" and my family has always had faith in Christ, so dont try to tell my dad he wouldnt know Christ if he was across the street. thats a pretty big and foolish accusation to make coming from a so called good citizen... NOT!!! stay outta my familys businees and worry about your own life . step off!
Brenda December 26, 2012 at 10:03 AM
Oh tomorrow is a new day and I need to read up on these updates from the arrested ones themselves. Looks pretty interesting.

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