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Press Release: Prostitution/Narcotic Arrests
Agency: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Station Area: Southwest
Written Date: 01/10/2020 Time: 2:00 PM
Incident Date: 01/09/2020 Time:  
Incident Location: City of Temecula
Reporting Officer: Sergeant Robert Menchaca
File Number(s): Numerous

Details:

On Thursday, January 9, 2020, at the direction of Sheriff Chad Bianco, Temecula Special Teams coordinated a comprehensive “John” prostitution and narcotic sting operation in the city of Temecula.  This operation was conducted primarily as a prostitution sting, which targeted male “Johns,” soliciting an undercover female deputy for sexual favors in exchange for money.  During the operation, Temecula Special Teams simultaneously worked a narcotic investigation targeting subjects with active warrants known to buy/sell illegal narcotics.  During this operation, the following 10 people were arrested and booked at the Cois Byrd Detention Center: 

  • Jeir Castillo, HMA, 25-year-old resident of Lake Elsinore, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Anthony Garcia, HMA, 21-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Ron Dye, WMA, 72-year-old resident of Murrieta, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Everett Mays, BMA, 53-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Chad Nehlsen, WMA, 41-year-old resident of Murrieta, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Daniel Wolff (WMA, 31-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Juan Juan, HMA, 46-year-old resident of Wildomar, Ca. / Prostitution
  • Alfredo Becerra, HMA, 33-year-old Temecula transient / Possession of Illegal Narcotics and Felony Violation of Probation
  • Derrick Kendrick, BMA, 25-year-old resident of Winchester, Ca. / Possession of Illegal Narcotics
  • William Blackmon, WMA, 38-year-old Menifee transient / Possession of Illegal Narcotics and Felony Warrant
Jeir Castillo Anthony Garcia Ron Dye
Everett Mays Chad Nehlsen Juan Juan
Alfredo Becerra Derrick Kendrick William Blackmon
   
  Daniel Wolff  

 

 

Temecula Sheriff Special Teams will continue to work vice (prostitution) and narcotic stings in the Temecula area to improve quality of life for residents, deter prostitution and the use/possession of illegal narcotics.  Anyone with questions regarding this operation are encouraged to call Deputy Vigil at the Temecula Sheriff’s Station (951) 696-3119.

 

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