Police Search for Fugitive in High School Drug Case

Police Search for Fugitive in High School Drug Case
Photo: William “John” Sipperly

San Diego County Crime Stoppers is working with San Diego Police Department investigators to locate a 50-year man suspected of using juveniles to sell drugs to students at a Carmel Valley area school.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of William “John” Sipperley. The suspect is described as a 50-year old male with brown hair and brown eyes who stands 5’9″ and weighs about 180 pounds.

Police say Sipperley has an outstanding felony warrant for his arrest ($250,000 bail) and that he may be armed. According to San Diego County police, an arrest warrant for Sipperley was issued October 25 and he was last seen in September.

Sipperley is a suspect in the same case as his companion Kimberly Quach, a Cathedral Catholic High School parent arrested in October on charges of using a teenager to sell drugs at the high school. Quach has pleaded not guilty to 37 counts that included 16 counts of supplying marijuana to a minor over the age of 14 and remains jailed in lieu of $201,000 bail. Her preliminary hearing is set for February.

Sipperley was last seen driving a 2007 Honda with a California license plate 7PES884. Police suspect he may be hiding in Oregon, Hawaii, or the Las Vegas Area. Crime Stoppers is asking anyone with information on Sipperley to call its anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477.

Police Search for Fugitive in High School Drug Case was last modified: December 12th, 2017 by admin
Categories: San Diego
Tags: drug sales, drugs