Winters-area drug bust yields two arrests

Davis police reported seizing 131 grams of methamphetamine and a stolen ATV during the search of a Winters-area home Wednesday. Courtesy photo

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Davis police arrested two Winters men last Wednesday suspected of trafficking methamphetamine into the city of Davis. Acting on a tip received in March, detectives from the Davis Police Department’s Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving Unit (COPPS) and the Yolo and Solano County sheriff’s offices served a search warrant at a rural property on Campos Lane outside the city of Winters, police said in a social media post. During the search, detectives seized 131 grams of methamphetamine and an all-terrain vehicle reported stolen out of Colusa, police said. (ATV) out of Colusa. David Martin, 61; and Thomas Johnson, 58; were booked into the Solano County Jail on charges of vehicle theft and possession of controlled substances with the intent to distribute. “Narcotics-related activities are directly tied to quality of life issues and criminal activity within the city of Davis and surrounding areas,” police said. “This warrant was issued pursuant to a lengthy investigation aimed at curbing narcotics trafficking and addressing community complaints related to a Davis apartment complex.”
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