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12/21/2012 8:22:00 PM
BNET arrests six
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BLYTHE - The Blythe Narcotic Enforcement Team (BNET) served a narcotic-related search warrant in the 300 block area of N. Broadway, in Blythe, the morning of Dec. 20, arresting six people.

Personnel from the Riverside County Sheriff's Colorado River Station, Blythe Police Department, Border Patrol, and the California Department of Corrections K-9 units assisted with the investigation. The search warrant resulted in the seizure of a half-pound of suspected methamphetamine, $17,000.00 in cash, drug paraphernalia, and items indicative of drug sales.

Ernest Leroy Davis III, 24, from Blythe, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine for sales, transportation of methamphetamine for sales, maintaining a place where drugs are used/sold, felon in possession of ammunition, and committing a felony while out on bail.

The following people were contacted outside the residence and subsequently arrested for various drug crimes:

1) Darrick Terrell Moses, 32, from Blythe, was arrested for two misdemeanor warrants and under the influence of a controlled substance.

2) Fausto Loureiro Jr., 28, from Blythe, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

3) Frank Watkins, 56, from Blythe, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

4) Stephen Louis Seirsdale, 22, from Blythe was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance.

5) Stephanie Hope Adkins, 47, from Blythe, was arrested for under the influence of a controlled substance.

BNET is a multi-agency narcotic task force participated in by law enforcement agencies in the Blythe-Palo Verde Valley area. BNET's primary mission is to disrupt narcotic sales and diminish the availability of those drugs, thereby increasing public safety.

Citizens are encouraged to report drug activity or information that could lead into the arrest of subjects involved with any criminal activity. Please call the Colorado River Station at (760) 921-7900 or Blythe Police Department at (760) 922-6111.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Article comment by: Support Your Sibling

To the one who supports her brother ... its wonderful to support your sibling. It really is. But to support him in his choice to have a business of selling drugs? Not such a great thing. Support him in introducing him to God ... support him in finding a rehab ... support him in helping him find a job. My sister is in jail for possession and also intent to sell. I support her by going to her court dates and asking them to KEEP her in jail and in a rehab program! My 9 year old nephew is growing up without a mother because someone chose to support her brother who in turn got my sister hooked on drugs. Think about it ...

Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Article comment by: umm yeah

Yeah your brother is hurting people by selling that crap.. Do you not realize at how bad those drugs tear families apart? I understand thats your brother, but if the roles were reversed and it was one of my siblings I would have NO SYMPOTHY....

Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Article comment by: Shain Haas PVT explain yourselfs

Why did you block my comment? Other comments where way more personal than mine. I am right now pushing for my own poitica local radio show. Right now would be a good reason to explain why you blocked my comment before it is put on blast before Blythe....I am recording this post. If you get rid of it without an answer, it will be shown for everyone.

Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Article comment by: Shain Haas

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Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Article comment by: sleeping easy

You know that if people did not do meth the police would not bother them and blaming the economy is a sad excuse to do any drugs. I'm glad at how hard BNET works at keeping this town clean of drugs cause it makes it safe for us to live here. Thanks BNET!

Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Article comment by: Aj McKay

Selling drugs to people or in some cases young people isn't hurting anyone? A bad economy doesn't give anyone a right to break laws or sell poison to people. If California fallowed the example given by Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona, California would save millions of taxpayer's money. People that break the law in California get to go Disneyland as their punishment. They are never put in a situation they would hate to go back to so they keep breaking laws. Got to love California politics.

Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Article comment by: David Laucks

You support your brother ? You support him selling drugs? For being a felon in possession of ammo, drugs?? Maybe you should support him with rehab or attending church ,,,
The economy made me do it,, tell that to the judge and see if that flys,,,,
Thank you for all agency's involved ,, great job,, lets keep Blythe clean of these (deleted) of society,, lock them up forever, cause they will never change,,
The economy made me to it,, to funny !!

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Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Article comment by: OMG ARE YOU SERIOUS

(deleted) He's hurting the people he's selling it to.

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Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Article comment by: Earnestine Davis

Why do the police always mess with my brother. He is not hurting anybody. This is his way of living because of the economy and I back him up 100%.

Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Article comment by: Mil Mascaras

Wow. This looks like the warning poster as to why, someone shouldn't use meth. That (deleted) is a disgrace to.his family. They are great hard working people. This guy doesn't care what he puts his parents through. Hopefully, he will be incarcerated or sent to a lock down inpatient facility because he is not going to change in Blythe. (deleted) is a perfect example of what happens to social service kids when they are not followed up on after they age out. He is following in his fathers footsteps.

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