Three women were arrested Friday night by Wildomar police on
suspicion of various drug crimes, authorities reported today.
Tiffani Amber Hall, 21, Joann Sami Haddad, 22, both Temecula residents, along with Wildomar resident Marcia Lynn Radonti, 50, were picked up around 7 p.m. following a traffic stop at Prielipp Road and Kevin Road in Wildomar.
The incident unfolded when the patrol officer discovered that Hall was driving on a suspended license, and the passenger, Haddad, was out on bail for a narcotics-related offense, according to a report from Sgt. David Cardoza.
With Hall's alleged consent, the vehicle was searched using a police dog. Methamphetamine, heroin, narcotics paraphernalia and more than $400 in U.S. currency were located inside the vehicle, according to Cardoza.
Through further investigation it was determined Hall and Haddad had been at an apartment complex in the 24800 block of Prielipp Road.
“A records check revealed the occupant of the apartment was on probation, and was also out on bail for narcotic-related offenses,” Cardoza continued.
Radonti's apartment was searched using the police dog; allegedly, methamphetamine, heroin, narcotic paraphernalia, multiple prescription pills consisting of oxycontin and hydrocodone, and a digital scale were found.
“The total amount of methamphetamine confiscated was approximately three ounces. The total amount of heroin confiscated was 1 ounce, in addition to the schedule IV narcotic medication," according to Cardoza.
Hall was arrested on suspicion of driving on a suspended license and being under the influence of a controlled substance; Haddad was arrested on suspicion of possession of controlled substances for sale, transportation of controlled substances, committing a felony offense while out on bail, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance, Cardoza continued.
Radonti was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substances for sale, committing a felony offense while out on bail, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance, according to Cardoza.