Three people were arrested after allegedly being found in a drug house with drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance, officials said today.
Stacee Flynn, 38, Lonnie Morgan, 54, and fifty-three-year-old Randall Harley — all Norco residents — were taken into custody Tuesday, March 5 after the Norco Community Oriented Policing Team concluded a lengthy narcotics investigation regarding a residence, located in the 1400 block of Second Street.
According to a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department report, a child was also found in the residence, exposed to the illicit drugs.
“The Sheriff’s Department maintains a “Zero Tolerance” policy concerning children being exposed to narcotics and harmful chemicals; therefore, the Sheriff’s Drug Endangered Children Detectives assigned from the Special Investigation Bureau, assisted with the investigation,” said Sgt. Mike Manning in the report.
The purpose of the Drug Endangered Children Response Team is to intervene on behalf of children who have been exposed to methamphetamine or toxic chemicals as a result of residing in a home-based illicit clandestine drug laboratory and to vigorously prosecute the offending adults.
The three adults in this investigation were transported to the Robert Presley Detention Center for booking.