Comments Off on Methamphetamine, Banned weapons found during probation search

BUENA PARK – A Buena Park man and woman were arrested Friday after a search of their residence turned up methamphetamine, marijuana and 31 firearms, including two weapons banned under state law, police said.

The drugs and weapons were found by a Cypress officer conducting a probation-compliance search of a home in the 10200 block of Miranda Avenue, just over the city’s border into Buena Park, Cypress police Officer Paulo Morales said.

Tracie Sue Threedouble and her son, Robert Imbler, were at the home when police arrived, while Tyrone Scott Threedouble, the owner of the home, reportedly returned to the residence during the search.

During a search of the home and an attached garage, officers discovered drug paraphernalia, more than a pound of marijuana, more than a gram of methamphetamine and 31 firearms, including some that were loaded, Morales said.

Along with the rifles, shotguns and handguns, officers found an AK-47 and a TEC-9, which police officials described as assault weapons banned under state law.

Tracie Threedouble, 39, was arrested on suspicion of drug possession, being a convicted felon in possession of a loaded firearm and a probation violation and was booked into jail without bail.

Tyrone Threedouble, 47, was arrested on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale and assault weapons and was booked into jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.

Robert Imbler, 21, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and released.

The weapons were seized by police, who on Friday evening were working to determine the registered owners, Morales said.



Comments are closed.