Arrest Made for Auto Theft, Possession of Narcotics for Sale & Firearms
Martin Quezada, 34, Fillmore
Martin Quezada, 34, Fillmore

On July 21st 2020, the Sheriff’s Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit detectives concluded an investigation into known Fillmore gang-member Martin Quezada who was suspected of drug sales. Quezada is a convicted felon which makes him prohibited from possessing ammunition or firearms. Quezada is currently on Post Release Offender Supervision and considered a Serious Habitual Offender.
Detectives conducted a probation search on Quezada, his residence, and vehicle. At his residence, detectives located a stolen vehicle, narcotics, narcotic sales related indicia, a large capacity magazine, 3 handgun magazines, and over 50 rounds of ammunition.

Quezada was arrested and booked at the Ventura County Sheriff’s Main Jail for 487(d) PCGrand Theft Auto, 32310 PC- Possession of Large Capacity Magazine, 30305(a)(1) PCProhibited Person in Possession of Ammunition, 11351 HS- Possession for Sales of Controlled Substance, 11378 HS- Possession for Sales of Controlled Substance. Quezada remains in custody with bail set at $50,000.

Prepared by: Detective Jonathan James
Approved by: Captain Brian Slominski

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