April 15, 2024
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A probationer suspected of stealing hundreds of {dollars} price of knickknack in San Diego County, in addition to possessing unlawful medication, was out of custody Thursday.

George William Moore, 59, of Wildomar had been arrested and booked into the Byrd Detention Middle in Murrieta on suspicion of possession of stolen property, managed substances and drug paraphernalia, in addition to probation violations.

Moore posted a $30,000 bond and was launched from custody hours later.

Sheriff’s Lt. Brett Johnson of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Division stated deputies searched Moore’s automobile early Wednesday and found “80 grams of methamphetamine, $8,000 money and different gadgets associated to drug gross sales … together with quite a few items of knickknack estimated at a worth of greater than $20,000.”

“The jewellery was later linked to a housebreaking in San Diego County,” Johnson stated, including that the sufferer has been recognized.

The occasions that led to Moore’s arrest started at about 3:30 a.m. when patrol deputies noticed a automobile stopped in lanes at Grape Avenue and Railroad Canyon Highway in Lake Elsinore.

Once they went to analyze, they found Moore asleep on the wheel, Johnson stated, explaining that deputies confirmed the suspect was on probation, prompting the search.

Moore was taken into custody with out incident. Sheriff’s officers didn’t supply particulars of his prior convictions.

– Metropolis Information Service