Suspected home used to sell drugs searched twice in four months
REDDING, Calif. - The Redding Police Department Neighborhood Police Unit served two search warrants at the same house four months apart and arrested an alleged drug dealer for the second time.
In May, officers executed a search warrant at 2131 Dartmouth Drive after receiving numerous reports of drug related traffic at the home. As a result of the investigation, homeowner Roger Triggs, 62, was arrested and booked into jail. Three others were found in the home and were also arrested and booked into jail.
A second search warrant, for the same home, was obtained and on August 10, officers executed the search warrant at the Dartmouth Drive residence.
Officials say that Roger Triggs was again present, this time with drug related paraphernalia used for heroin and methamphetamine.
Investigators found that Brenda Triggs, 55, owned the home and was aware of the ongoing drug use at the home. Mark Triggs, 28, was found in possession of ammunition, drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine. Trinity Sanchez, 18, and Carl Stuart, 20, were also in the home. Both were under the influence of meth and Stuart had meth and heroin on his person.
Roger Triggs and Brenda Triggs were booked at the Shasta County jail for maintaining a residence for the purpose of possessing, using, and selling illegal drugs. Mark Triggs was booked for being a drug addict in possession of ammunition, possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and being at a location where controlled substances are used. Trinity Sanchez was booked for being at a location where controlled substances are used. Carl Stuart was booked for being in possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia and being at a location where controlled substances are used.