Hank Sims / Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 @ 11:24 a.m. / Crime
Child Welfare Services Inspection Finds Willow Creek Man on Federal Probation With 16 Pounds of Weed, Scales; Two Arrested
From the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office:
On Thursday November 9th, 2017 at about 13:15 hours, Deputies responded to the 100 block of Sunset Lane in Willow Creek to conduct a welfare check on Terrance Reeves‘ (DOB: 11-01-1982) children. CWS responded as well and requested the joint response.
Deputies knew that Terrance was on Federal searchable probation and Terrance had a felony federal warrant for his arrest. Terrance was located at the residence and taken into custody on his warrant. During a search of the property, 4 additional subjects were located in an out building.
One of the subjects was Jeremiah Ward, DOB: 03-25-1977, and he was on searchable probation. Jeremiah had 2.3 ounces of methamphetamine hidden in his sock and a meth pipe was located in his jacket pocket. Just over 16 pounds of processed marijuana bud was located in the shed, along with another meth pipe, 2 digital scales, and packaging material.
Terrance was arrested for his warrant, H&S 11366.5(a)-(providing a place to unlawfully manufacture, store, or distribute a controlled substance), H&S 11359(b)-(possession of marijuana for sale), H&S 11364-(possession of drug paraphernalia).
Jeremiah was arrested for H&S 11378-(possess controlled substance for sale), H&S 11359(b)-(possession of marijuana for sale), H&S 11364-(possession of drug paraphernalia) and PC 1203.2-(probation violation).
The two children were taken into custody by CWS per W&I 300.