A 50-year-old Wildomar woman who was arrested Oct. 4 on
suspicion of selling drugs is allegedly back at it following her release from
Marcia Lynn Radnoti was arrested again Friday night on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine for sale, possession of heroin for sale, committing a felony offense while out on bail, and possession of narcotics paraphernalia, according to a report from Sgt. David Cardoza.
Last night’s arrest came after officers conducted a probation check of her apartment in the 24800 block of Prielipp Road.
With help from a police dog, the officers turned up methamphetamine, heroin, and narcotics paraphernalia, according to Cardoza’s report.
Although Radnoti was booked into Southwest Detention Center at 8:42 p.m. last night, jail records show she was released today. Her bail was listed at $30,000, according to the records.
A second arrest was made during the investigation when officers were led to a residence in the 20100 block of Riverside Street in the unincorporated community of Meadowbrook, the sergeant continued.
Cardoza did not say why officers went the home but once there more illegal drugs as well as ammunition were found, he said. The home’s resident was not present and Cardoza reported the person likely fled when officers began appearing.
However, while at the Meadowbrook home, a vehicle drove up to the location and the occupants were detained by officers.
“The passenger of the vehicle was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, and was placed under arrest,” Cardoza reported.
Hemet resident Alison Bree Carey, 28, was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, according to the sergeant. Jail records for Carey were not available at press time.
The total amount of methamphetamine confiscated as a result of the probation searches was approximately 1.5 ounces; the total amount of heroin confiscated was a third of an ounce, Cardoza reported.