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June 02, 2020 – He found a money bag in his car containing two larger bags of heroin, six small bags of meth, pills that were later identified as Suboxone and $315 in cash.

His defense counsel stated that the defendant received a score of 27 on the tests, which is considered passing, but Officer Hatcher failed him because of his performance in another test and the swaying he did during the test.

The last witness called was Matthew Milliron from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department, who was consulted about whether the substances in the defendant’s possession were for personal use or for sale.

He agreed that the amount of heroin in the larger bags, which weighed 29.7 grams, was for sale, as well as the six smaller bags of methamphetamine in sizes referred to “dime bags.”

The defendant’s license was suspended, the registration of the car had expired, and he has previously been convicted of a felony, making it illegal for him to possess a firearm.

@DavisVanguard

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