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Temecula police officers arrested a 32-year-old man in his home Friday in connection with an investigation into drug sale in a residential community, Sheriff’s officials reported today.
Officers arrested Robert P. Marzo after obtaining a warrant to search his home after receiving a tip that he was dealing drugs in the area, according to a Riverside County Sheriff’s report.
After entering Marzo’s residence, officers located cocaine, money, packaging and paraphernalia indicative of illicit narcotics sales, Sgt. Geoff Green said.
He was arrested for possession and sales of a controlled substance and for being under the influence, according to Green.
Temecula Police Department is encouraging individuals who have seen drug sales in their neighborhood to call their nonemergency number at 951-696-3000.