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.