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Parolees pass out in stolen car after smoking meth

Parolees pass out in stolen car after smoking meth

Two women out on parole were found passed out in stolen car with a bag of meth, glass pipe


LINDSAY – Two women out on parole were sent back to jail last week after officers found them passed out in their car with a bag of meth and a glass pipe.

Lindsay Police officers pulled up behind the car just after 6 a.m. on March 30 on Alameda Street near Lafayette Avenue because it matched the description of a stolen vehicle. When the officer approached the gold 1998 Toyota Camry she found two females sleeping inside the vehicle identified as 34-year-old Jessica Moya and 35-year-old Crystal Barragan. 

Both Moya and Barragan were on active parole and arrested immediately. Barragan was a parolee at large and had an active parole hold for her arrest. While searching the vehicle the officer found a plastic baggy of methamphetamine and a glass pipe. Moya was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and both subjects were transported to the PD for processing. 

While at the PD, Moya’s parole agent was contacted and a parole hold was issued for Moya. Both subjects were later housed at the Visalia Pre-Trial Facility. 

Lindsay Police Log

Thursday, March 29
At 12:55 p.m. at Elmwood Ave. and Samoa St., an officer initiated a traffic stop on a grey 2005 Chrysler Sebring. The driver, identified as 31-year-old Jose Guadalupe Lemus of Lindsay, was found to have a suspended/revoked license and displaying false registration tabs. Lemus was also found to have two outstanding warrants for possession of drug paraphernalia and for violating his probation with a bail of $10,000. Lemus was placed in police custody without further incident and was later cited and released on a signed promise to appear in court. 

Tuesday, April 3
At 7:32 p.m. in the 1000 block of N. Princeton, an officer observed a tan 2000 Jeep Cherokee occupied by two male subjects. The officer contacted 25-year-old Rafael Saldana and 18-year-old Juan Corona, both of whom were found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Both subjects were arrested and later transported to the Sierra View District Hospital for a blood draw. Both subject were then cited and released on a sign promise to appear in court.

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