100 grams of Methamphetamine Seized

100 grams of Methamphetamine Seized

MORGAN HILL, Calif – On Wed, July 16, the Morgan Hill Police announced the arrest of two suspects after seizing 100 grams of methamphetamine when a suspicious vehicle was found parked in a handicapped parking zone without a placard.

Why park in a handicap reserved space at 1 am? Woodview Avenue area in Morgan Hill

Why park in a handicap reserved space at 1 am? Woodview Avenue area in Morgan Hill

According to the Morgan Hill Police Department, an officer saw the two men sitting in vehicle parked in a handicap stall on Woodview Avenue at about 1 a.m. Officers engaged a conversation with Denny Holderfield, 50 of Gilroy and Colin Brunton, 45 of San Jose, when they noticed that they were acting strangely and possibly under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

During the conversation the officers learned Holderfield was on searchable probation, so they began to conduct a search. According to the press release, “A search of the vehicle was conducted and inside the engine compartment, officers located over 100 grams of methamphetamine”.

Both suspects were arrested and booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail on California Health & Safety Code 11351, suspicion of possession of narcotics for sale, H & S 11550, under the influence of a controlled substance, H & S 11364, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and PC 135, attempting to conceal or destroy evidence.


According to MHPD, “Morgan Hill Police Department wants to remind everyone that if they see or view something suspicious or out of the ordinary to contact the police.” The MHPD is urging anyone with information regarding this case is urged to call Detective Jason Broyer of the Morgan Hill Police Department, 408-779-2101 or the anonymous tip line at 408-947-STOP (7867).

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