Monday, Aug. 30 – An OSP troopers stopped Jamar Ismael Rivera, San Antonio, Texas, for a traffic violation on Hwy 140 at milepost 83. A search of the vehicle revealed over 130 pounds of illicit marijuana. River was arrested and lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Tuesday, Aug. 31 – OSP responded to a rollover accident on Hwy 395 at milepost 122. When the trooper arrived Rhianna Mayersduff, Somerset, Calif., was walking around the scene. Her vehicle had bent rims and two flat ties. There was minor damage to a barb wire fence, the property owner said he would take care of the fence. OSP transported Mayersduff to Deiter’s Towing, whom towed the vehicle.

Wednesday, Sept. 1 – OSP was dispatched to a report of an abandoned vehicle on Hwy 140 at mile post 78. Upon arrival it was discovered the vehicle was a hazard on a long corner and over the fog line. Hall’s Towing towed the vehicle.

Wednesday, Sept. 1 – OSP stopped Mirza Landry-Jobin for a traffic violation on Hwy 140 at mile post 89. Criminal activity was observed and a search of the vehicle revealed a large amount of marijuana. Landy-Jobin was arrested and lodged in the Lake County Jail. Another vehicle associated with the stop vehicle was contacted in the parking lot of Safeway, and a search of that vehicle revealed a large amount of US currency and other evidence. Gabriella Mascarenas, Sparks, Nev., and Logan Vinas, Grants Pass, were both arrested and transported to the Lake County Jail.

Thursday, Sept. 2 – OSP assisted the Drug Enforcement Agency in locating a suspect in Lakeview on a valid no bail federal warrant. OSP located Peter Hill Mitchell, Lakeview, in the 200 block of north Q street, and took him into custody. He was booked and lodged in the Lake County Jail.

Saturday, Sept. 4 – OSP stopped Maria Guadalupe Licea, Lakeview, for a lighting violation at the intersection of south H and Third streets in Lakeview. The driver displayed indicators of impairment. The driver voluntarily performed standardized field sobriety tests and was arrested and cited for DUII. The driver provided a breath and urine sample for analysis.

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