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Proactive Enforcement Leads To Meth Arrests

MARIPOSA COUNTY–Over the last week the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office had three arrests which were the result of proactive enforcement stops, where during each stop, the deputies recognized signs of criminal activity.


Two of the arrests were in the northern area of Mariposa County, consisting of the Coulterville and Greeley Hill communities, and the third arrest was in the Bootjack area of Mariposa County. Collectively, 39.5 grams of methamphetamine was taken off the streets of Mariposa County.



Trevor Allen of Coulterville, Gabriel Zurita of Atwater, and Sharma Stevenson of Coulterville were each booked into the Mariposa County Jail for possession of methamphetamine.



“Meth destroys families and individual lives and continues to be a focus of the narcotics team.  Meth has no place in Mariposa and I am proud of my team for continuing to keep our communities safe.”- Sheriff Briese

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