Five Children Rescued from Alleged Drug House

NAPA – Thursday, June 13 police arrested two suspects who were allegedly holding methamphetamine for sale in a north Vallejo residence. The residence, located on the 1700 block of Severus Dr., was home to five children ranging in ages 2-13.  The children were turned over to Solano Child Protective Services.

Drug houses are extremely dangerous

The Napa Special Investigation Bureau received word from a reliable source that methamphetamine from the residence was ending up in Napa County.  In front of the residence, police discovered Cory Taisague, 25, holding a bag of alleged crystal methamphetamine.

Additionally, officers confiscated a small amount of marijuana and 1/2 of an ounce of suspected crystal methamphetamine for sale in varying packages and amounts. A .22-caliber rifle and over $400 in cash were also absconded by the officers.

A rifle and the alleged crystal meth were discovered in a room that Taisague shared with a few of the children.  Two male subjects were present inside the residence smoking marijuana when NBIS agents arrived on scene.

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Taisague and one of the male subjects, 40-year-old Willy Atoigue of Vallejo, were arrested booked into the Napa County Jail on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance for sale.  Additionally, Taisague faces charges of child endangerment.

Read more:

Napa Valley Register: NSIB agents find children in suspected drug house

Times-Herald: Vallejo men arrested after drug search warrant

Napa Patch: NSIB finds Children in Drug House

Five Children Rescued from Alleged Drug House was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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