According to a recent article in the Visalia Times Delta, a resident of Tulare County has been arrested on suspicion of several drug charges after a drug task force raid in Ivanhoe Monday morning concluded a three month investigation.
Officers from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics division along with the Inter-agency Narcotics Task Force (which included officers from Farmersville, Lindsay, Visalia, and Exeter police departments as well as personnel from the Tulare County Probation office), accompanied by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Tactical Enforcement Personnel team were involved in the raid of a residence in the 33000 block of Road 154.
Armed with a search warrant, investigators found approx. one half ounce of methamphetamine, 3.5 pounds of processed marijuana, a digital hand scale, ammunition and drug paraphernalia as well as drug packaging material. They also found an elaborate close circuit television system complete with motion detector and alarm system wired in the bedroom of Marcos Aceves, who was arrested on suspicion of two counts of possession of a controlled substance, maintaining a location to use and sell drugs; felony possession of ammunition as well as a parole violation.
Three other subjects detained during the search were not arrested, said the Tulare County Sheriff’s department.