LAKELAND VILLAGE, Ca. – A 67-year-old Wildomar man was arrested for the suspected sales of methamphetamine authorities said.
On Saturday, May 8, 2020, Michael Hyde was stopped near Zinch Way and Grand Avenue in Lakeland Village, a small area near Lake Elsinore. When Hyde got out of his vehicle, the deputy noticed a big bag of methamphetamine sticking out of his pocket. Other evidence consistent with the sales of narcotics was on his person and inside his vehicle.
Hyde was arrested and booked into jail for drug possession for the purpose of sale.
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