National Guard Helps Bust Female Meth Dealer

National Guard Helps Bust Female Meth Dealer
Photo: Jennifer Jaime Fuller

Ventura County – It’s not often that the California National Guard is brought into action in the apprehension of a woman suspected of dealing in controlled substances, but on the afternoon of December 19th, that’s exactly what happened leading up to the arrest of Oxnard resident 34-year-old Jennifer Jaime Fuller.

According to Ventura County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Det. Sgt. Eduardo Malagon, detectives attached to the VCSD Narcotics Street Team were credibly informed that Fuller was actively “selling methamphetamine to residents of Ventura County.” At that point, the California National Guard Counterdrug Task Force joined the investigation.

Further information developed by the joint task force gave detectives additional evidence pointing to Fuller’s activity merchandising meth at the retail-street level throughout the county. With that in hand, detectives obtained a search warrant for Fuller, her residence, and her vehicle.

It was just after 2:00 p.m. on the 19th when cops conducted “a traffic stop” of Fuller’s car. It didn’t take long for the detectives to find nearly 28 grams of methamphetamine “concealed on her person,” whereupon she was taken into custody and transported to Ventura County Jail “for processing.”

Once Fuller was fitted for her orange jumpsuit, detectives then searched her residence, leading to the discovery of an additional 358 grams of meth, 200 prescription pills, and paraphernalia “indicative of narcotic sales.” The totality of that evidence lead to Fuller being charged with possession for sale of controlled substances with her bail set at $50,000.

Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking

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