Six people were arrested Wednesday in a Hollister motor-home traffic stop that revealed drugs and various probation violations, the Hollister Police Department said.

At 3:45 a.m., an officer noticed a motor-home driven in the area of Park Street in Hollister and stopped it. He said he found six people hiding inside the vehicle, several of whom were on probation.

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While searching the vehicle, the officer said he turned up methamphetamine, heroin and prescription drugs.

Mark Anthony Cockfield, 51; Victoria Ann Aiello, 20; Michelle Alyssa Lopez, 25; Joshua Rene Martinez, 28; Donald Gemette Jr., 50; and Donald Gemette III, 20; were all arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance, possessing methamphetamine and possessing drug paraphernalia.

Aiello was also booked on an open arrest warrant for marijuana possession and Gemette III was arrested on suspicion of violating his probation.

Anyone with information about the case is urged to call the Hollister Police Department at 831-636-4330. To remain anonymous, call 800-78-CRIME.




  1. Victoria aiello says:

    Funny how thats not even close to what happened. We were all asleep and on our way home. No one was “hiding” I had a warrant for missing a courtdate that I never really missed. There was no meth or heroin found in the vehicle, only perscription drugs that belonged to the driver. I got arrested for being asleep basically. I wasnt even high either