Photo: Irvin Reveles
Ventura County – The spirit of entrepreneurial adventure is alive and well in Ventura County. This includes a heroin home delivery service recently discovered.
We live in a world of expanding consumer convenience. Consider the facts behind the May 10th arrest of 22-year-old Port Hueneme resident Irvin Reveles. As a result, it may indicate that we’ve gone far beyond home pizza delivery.
Drug Delivery Service
Early this year the Ventura County Combined Agency Team got wind of “a heroin delivery service” operating throughout the county. Cops learned that “The Boys” was an operation “receiving thousands of calls per month from customers desiring to purchase heroin.”
Further investigation identified Reveles as “the delivery driver.” Soon thereafter, deputies obtained a search warrant for Reveles’ residence and his two vehicles.
On the way to execute the search warrants, detectives contacted Reveles “walking to his car” on his way to deliver a supply of heroin to waiting customers. At that time, Reveles possessed heroin packaged and ready to sell on the street. With a search warrant, detectives found one thousand doses of heroin, “a significant amount of drug proceeds, and an imitation firearm” in Reveles’ home.
While at Ventura County Jail Reveles currently has no bail, pending multiple narcotic violations. The investigation into “the individual who directed” this criminal activity is ongoing and believed to be “operating out of Mexico.”
Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking, Ventura County Sheriff’s Department