Elk Grove Police Make 6 Meth Related Arrests Over 3 Day Period

April 17, 2017 |     Six suspects arrested by Elk Grove Police between Friday, April 14 and Sunday, April 16 included charges of s...


April 17, 2017 |    

Six suspects arrested by Elk Grove Police between Friday, April 14 and Sunday, April 16 included charges of suspected possession of methamphetamine.

On Friday morning a probationer, who was initially contacted on suspicion of burglarizing a vehicle, Brian Marshall, 37, of Sacramento was allegedly found in possession of over 9 grams of methamphetamine following a probation search.

Late Friday morning police officers responded to a call of suspicious activity on the 8600 block of Diamond Oak Way. One of the suspects contacted, Carmen Morales, 36, of Sacramento was found to have an outstanding warrant, and a subsequent allegedly revealed she was in possession of one gram of methamphetamine.

Early Saturday morning police contacted Dustin Rodis, 42, of Elk Grove who was sitting in a vehicle. Rodis was found to be on probation and a search reportedly led to the discovery of 1.79 grams of crystal like substance resembling Methamphetamine.

Late Saturday night police contacted Rashaud Granderson, 25, and Randell Anderson, 53, both of Sacramento following traffic stop. A record revealed the suspects were on parole and probation respectively.

A search of Anderson allegedly led to the discovery of 1.79 grams of crystal like substance resembling Methamphetamine. Anderson was cited and released. Granderson was taken into custody after it was revealed he had an outstanding arrest warrant.

Early Sunday morning Kenneth Whetson, 57 of Rancho Murieta, was stopped for a vehicle code violation. During the stop a records check revealed Whetson was on probation. 

A search of the vehicle reportedly led to the discovery of 3.07 grams of a crystal like substance resembling Methamphetamine was recovered. Whetson was arrested and booked into the county jail. 








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