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Police arrested three women on a number of charges stemming from their possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop of their vehicle about 7:00 p.m. Friday, October 4 in the area of Prielipp Road and Kevin Road in the city of Wildomar, a Sheriff’s official reported today.
Tiffani Amber Hall, 21, of Temecula; and Joann Sami Haddad, 22, of Temecula were traveling in a vehicle together in the area when they were stopped by authorities for a traffic violation, according to a Riverside County Sheriff’s Report.
After police stopped the vehicle they discovered that Hall, who was the driver of the vehicle, was driving on a suspended license. The officers then used a police service K-9 to discover methamphetamine, heroin, narcotic paraphernalia and over $400.00 in U.S. currency inside the vehicle, Sheriff’s Sgt. David Cardoza said.
A follow up investigation revealed that Hall and Haddad had left an apartment complex in the area earlier and that the occupant of the apartment complex, 50-year-old Marcia Lynn Radnoti, was on probation. Radnoti was contacted and then arrested by police when they discovered heroin, narcotic paraphernalia, and multiple prescription pills of oxycontin and hydrocodone insider her residence, according to Cardoza.
- Hall was arrested for driving on a suspended license, and for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
- Haddad was arrested for committing a felony offense while out on bail, possession of narcotic paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
- Radnoti was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substances for sale, committing a felony offense while out on bail, possession of narcotic paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
The three were booked at Southwest Detention Center in Murrieta.
Anyone with additional information on these crimes is encouraged to contact Officer Burch with the Wildomar Police Department at 951-245-3300.