Oxnard arrest two men who were intent on selling narcotics

treatment times;”>Information on Methamphetamine, sales Cocaine and Heroin sales led to the arrests of 48 year old Jose Garcia and 42 year old Anthony Ochoa, order both from Oxnard, on separate cases.  They had these drugs in possession with the intent to sell.

Narcotics investigators received information from multiple sources that Jose Garcia had been selling Cocaine and Methamphetamine in the cities of Oxnard, Port Hueneme and Camarillo. On December 30th, Garcia was stopped in the city of Oxnard and found to be in possession of several ounces of Methamphetamine and Cocaine. During the subsequent search warrant at his residence in the 500 block of W. Fifth Street, investigators located two additional ounces of Methamphetamine and Cocaine along with an undisclosed amount of currency. Garcia was arrested for possession for sales of Methamphetamine and Cocaine.

Several months ago, Narcotic detectives received information that Anthony Ochoa had been selling large amounts of Heroin in the city of Oxnard. On December 31st, Ochoa was stopped leaving his residence in the 300 block of First Street. Narcotic detectives conducted a search warrant at Ochoa’s home where they recovered nearly four pounds of Heroin. Detectives also located an undisclosed amount of currency. The street value of the Heroin seized is approximately $155,000. Ochoa was arrested for possession for sales of Heroin.

The West County Street Team is made up of Sheriff’s Office, Santa Paula Police Department, and the Oxnard Police Department narcotics detectives working cooperatively in the investigation of narcotics offenses occurring in the western portion of Ventura County.

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