Heroin Delivery Service Interrupted

Heroin Delivery Service Interrupted

Rosario Teran Vargas

SIMI VALLEY – For the past four months the Simi Valley Police Department has been conducting an investigation into a heroin delivery service and narcotics trafficking.  Two heroin deaths prompted the investigation.


Yoelmmi Franco Sandoval

On September 19th 26-year-old Tanner Fazli died at a home on the 1700 block of Ysrella Street of a heroin overdose.  On October 13th 36-year-old Pedro Zamora also died of a heroin overdose.

Further investigation revealed a special delivery service that provided them with the drug.  Police were able to secure a telephone number for the service.

The delivery service functions when a “customer” calls a dispatch number and places an order.  The customer is directed to a location where a “courier” meets the customer and a transaction ensues.

Over the following months detectives continued their surveillance and intelligence gathering, and conducted a purchase of heroin through the service.


Daniel Anselmo Rios Delgado

Finally, on January 4, teams of detectives served warrants and arrested 3 people, recovering 32 grams of heroin and $32,000.

35-year-old Rosario Teran Vargas, 28-year-old Daniel Anselmo Rios Delgado and 29-year old Yoelmmi Franco Sandoval were all arrested on various heroin possession and heroin sales charges, and criminal conspiracy.

Kudos to the Sim Valley Police Department for their persistent work.



Heroin Delivery Service Interrupted was last modified: January 6th, 2017 by admin
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