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Deputies Serve Warrant, Crack Down on Drug Offenders in Yucaipa and Calimesa

Arrests were made at two locations, in the 34800 block of Avenue B in Yucaipa, and in the 100 block of Myrtlewood in Calimesa, deputies said.

Deputies served a search warrant this week at a home in Yucaipa and found two adults using or possessing an unspecified controlled substance with a teenage girl, Yucaipa Station personnel said Friday Feb. 1.

Personnel from the San Bernardino County sheriff's Narcotics Division and from the Yucaipa Multi Enforcement Team served a search warrant at a home in the 34800 block of Avenue B shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday Jan. 30, deputies said in a statement.

Deputies forced entry into the residence and an unidentified male jumped out a rear-facing window and ran, Yucaipa Station personnel said. They could not find the suspect who bolted, but they arrested Anastasia Renee Rymer, 27, and a 16-year-old girl, both Yucaipa residents.

Rymer was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino on suspicion of possessing of a controlled substance and being under the influence, deputies said. The teen was cite-released to her parents.

Yucaipa Multi Enforcement Team deputies eventually identified the suspect who bolted from the home on Avenue B, and they set up surveillance in the 100 block of Myrtlewood Drive in Calimesa, according to the Sheriff's Department.

About 5 p.m. Thursday Jan. 31, deputies found Jason Fate Hulsey, 33, of Yucaipa, hiding inside a residence on Myrtlewood and arrested him. He was booked at Central Detention Center on suspicion of violating probation, obstructing, being under the influence of a controlled substance, and possessing drug paraphernalia, deputies said.

Rymer and Hulsey were held Friday at Central Detention Center without bail, according to inmate records.

Anyone with more info was urged to call the Yucaipa Station at (909) 790-3105.

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