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Two Apple Valley rsArrested for Charges Related to Drug Dealing and Weapons

Two Apple Valley rsArrested for Charges Related to Drug Dealing and Weapons

APPLE VALLEY – Two arrests were made following a traffic stop in the area of Navajo Road and Panoche Road in the Town of Apple Valley.

On Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at around 5:45 p.m. deputies from the Apple Valley Station Gang Team stopped a vehicle as a result of a narcotics investigation. Shirley Ulrich, 36, of Apple Valley was inside of the vehicle and was found to be in possession of more than two ounces of methamphetamine, numerous controlled substances including OxyContin, Fentanyl patches, Hydrocodone, and Morphine. Coupled with a large amount of cash, the deputies also found nearly a dozen vials with Ketamine and Epinephrine. As a result of their finding, deputies came to the conclusion that Ulrich was involved in the sale and transport of narcotics.

A search warrant was obtained and executed on a home in the 21700 block of Ponache Road that Shirley Ulrich was associated with. Deputies made contact with Steven Reynolds, 55, of Apple Valley, who was at the home. Reynolds, a convicted felon was found to have a loaded handgun in the pockets of his shorts, Additional drugs were located inside of the home during the search, these drugs consisted of nearly two pounds of methamphetamine, and numerous quantities of heroin, crack cocaine, cocaine powder, LSD, mushrooms and large quantities of control prescription medications.

 

Ulrich was also learned to be a on probation for an unrelated fraud charge.  Both Ulrich and Reynolds were booked at the High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto. Ulrich was booked on HS11379 – Transportation of a controlled substance. Her bail is set at $50,000. Reynolds was booked on HS11370.1- Possession of a controlled substance and load firearm. His bail is set at $250,000. Both Ulrich and Reynolds are due in court on July 27, 2018.

Staff Writer

This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization