RANCHO CUCAMONGA – An Upland man inadvertently turned himself in to the West Valley Detention Center on Tuesday night when he drove into the entrance with drugs in his possession. At around 10:55 p.m. a deputy made contact with the suspect, 33-year-old Carlos Gilbert Flores, who did not have a driver’s license or any other form of identification.
Flores consented to a search of his vehicle, where the deputy found methamphetamine and a glass methamphetamine pipe.It was also learned that Flores had an active arrest warrant for petty theft and conspiracy, officials said. Flores was booked into the West Valley Detention Center for both his warrants and for bringing the controlled substance into a jail.
He is being held in lieu $25,000 bail for bringing the controlled substance into the jail and $80,000 bail for unrelated warrants. He is scheduled to appear at the Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court on Thursday morning.
Anyone with further information regarding this incident is urged to contact Deputy V. Quezada at West Valley Detention Center, (909) 463-5000.
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