Sheriff’s deputies investigating identity theft cases in San Jacinto uncovered drugs, ammunition and other evidence at a Hemet home and arrested three people, a sergeant said today.
Members of a sheriff’s task force were following up on leads Friday in connection with a rash of crimes that included burglary and stolen credit cards that occurred during the past several months, Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Joey Nardone said.
The probe led deputies to a home in the 900 block of Corwin Place where multiple, unspecified stolen property, was found. Drug paraphernalia, narcotics and ammunition, were also discovered at the home, Nardone said.
Arrested were Hemet residents, Larissa Dorman, 28, and Crystal Casler,35. A third suspect, identified as Marcelino Robles, 24, of San Jacinto, was also arrested.
All three suspects were arrested for suspicion of a host of alleged offenses that included possession of stolen property, violation of probation and having a felony warrant.