Kern County: Four arrested, 53 pounds of meth seized amid undercover investigation

Kern County: Four arrested, 53 pounds of meth seized amid undercover investigation
Photo: Kern County Sheriff’s Office

The Kern County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrests of four people and the seizure of over fifty pounds of methamphetamine as a result of an undercover operation.

The investigation concluded on July 20, 2021, and resulted in the arrests of Casmiro Violante-Lopez (42) of Bakersfield, Ricardo Ceballos (44) of Shafter, Jesus Rodriguez-Quezada (38) of Arvin, and Jesus Violante-Ayala (21) of Bakersfield.

The first three suspects were arrested at a location on the 2600 block of Mount Vernon Avenue, while Violante-Ayala was arrested on the 1700 block of Jefferson Street, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

A search warrant served at the Jefferson Street location also led to the discovery and confiscation of 53 pounds of methamphetamine.

All suspects were arrested and booked on charges related to the investigation.

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