Police arrest four in connection with meth distribution
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FAIRFIELD, Calif. —
Four people were arrested in Fairfield for alleged methamphetamine distribution.
The Fairfield Police Department Narcotic Investigations Unit obtained a search warrant to search a residence in the 1800 block of Utah Street and a motel room in the 3300 block of North Texas Street.
Police detained four suspects in vehicles as they exited the home on Utah Street on Wednesday.
Canine units uncovered narcotics hidden in one of the vehicles, occupied by 50-year-old Tina Jewett and her 48-year-old husband, James Jewett, both of Fairfield, according to police.
Shortly after midnight on Thursday, police detectives served search warrants at the home on Utah Street and the motel on North Texas Street, police said.
Police located a sizeable amount of crystal methamphetamine in a search of the residence and a smaller amount of crystal methamphetamine in a search of the motel.
Pipes used to smoke drugs, scales and illegally modified sawed-off double barrel shotgun were also located inside the house on Utah Street, police said.
Francisco Guillen, 40, and Erin Johnson, 29, were both arrested for possession for sales of meth, possession of an illegally modified shotgun, maintaining a drug house, and conspiracy, according to police.
James and Tina Jewett were arrested for possession for sales of meth, transportation of meth, possession for sales of opiates, maintaining a drug house and conspiracy, police said.
James Jewett was also arrested for committing a felony while out on bail for a previous arrest, police said.
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