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Posted on: March 10, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Seven Arrested in Relation to Several Search Warrants


Press Release                                                               
Contact: Sgt. Mike Bradwell

 (530) 458-0200

Seven Arrested in Relation to Several Search Warrants

For Immediate Release

March 10, 2017  2:05PM

Since February 22, 2017, the Colusa County Task Force, combined with local law enforcement, has served four separate search warrants within Colusa County. The persons arrested were the following:  Santos Lopes Flores, 34, Williams; Ana Rosa Rosas Cazares, 30, Arbuckle; Juan Perciado Rosas, 67 Arbuckle; Alejandro Belmontes Miranda, 20, Colusa; Mykel Daimian Hill, 40, Colusa; Corrina Manzano, 44, Colusa; and Lisa Danielle Belmontes,32, Colusa.

During the searches, the Task Force located a total of 20.785 grams of methamphetamine, heroin, narcotic paraphernalia, and items indicative of sales.  Additionally located at one of the locations were firearms, ballistic vests, and a high capacity magazine.  A total of four children were turned over to the Colusa County Child Protective Services after drug endangered children cases were initiated.

While conducting a search warrant on March 8, 2017 at the 100 block of W. Florimond Dr. in Colusa, the Colusa County Task Force located a large underground chamber.  The Chamber was approximately 33 feet in length with a 20 by 20 foot room inside.  The height of the chamber was over 6 feet and believed to be used in collaboration with illegal activities.  


The City of Colusa Building and Planning Department responded and identified several building code violations, red tagging the property.



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