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Posted: Thursday, April 20, 2017 10:13 am

Four suspects were arrested on April 18 for maintaining a drug house in Cedar Glen. At approximately 7:30 a.m., deputies from the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station’s Multiple Enforcement Team (MET) and Twin Peaks patrol deputies served a search warrant in the 29170 block of South Lane.

According to a press release from the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station, while executing the warrant, deputies located methamphetamine, a digital scale and multiple individual plastic baggies, which are commonly used in the sales and packaging of the drug. Deputies reported that they also recovered numerous drug paraphernalia items and a large amount of U.S. currency in various denominations, which is consistent with the sales of narcotics. No dollar amount for the street value of the drugs was released.

During service of the search warrant, deputies contacted four suspects who were all inside the residence.

Daniel Long, 33, of Cedar Glen was arrested for violation of California Health and Safety (HS) Code §11378, possession of narcotics for sale, and HS §11366, maintaining or operating a drug house. Long is currently on felony probation for HS §11378. He was booked into the Central Detention Center (CDC) in San Bernardino and is being held without bail for violating the terms of his probation.

The other three occupants of the house, according to the sheriff’s report, allegedly were all found to be under the influence of controlled substances: Alyssa Graham, 18, of Lake Arrowhead; Leticia Alaniz, 41, of Anaheim; and Dave Robinson, 51, of Lakewood. All were booked into CDC.

Twin Peaks deputies will submit the case to the San Bernardino County district attorney’s office for review.

Anyone with information regarding this case should contact Deputy Jonathan Cavender or Public Information Officer Gil Flores at the Twin Peaks station, (909) 336-0600. Persons wishing to remain anonymous may call WeTip 1 (800) 78-CRIME.

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