Two men arrested at a Clearlake residence are accused of drug crimes involving methamphetamine manufacturing. Authorities stated that a 27-year-old man from Clearlake and a 32-year-old man from Pope Valley were arrested after officers responded to a call to investigate a Kakul Street residence. The two men were at the house when police arrived and found drug paraphernalia associated with the manufacture of methamphetamine. The two men were also believed to be under the influence of the drug at the time of arrest.The suspects were booked into the Lake County Jail. The bonds were set at $2,000 for one man and $3,000 for the other. The residence was cleared of chemicals in preparation of the execution of a search warrant, and all hazardous substances were secured and transported to the California Department of Justice for analysis.
The principal of an elementary school in Santa Clara was arraigned recently on six different drug charges. One of those charges being that he offered meth to a narcotics agent who was undercover. He originally connected with the agent through a dating website. The man in question had served as the principal for seven years at Montague Elementary. He was arrested after a tip to the local drug task force led them in his direction. An undercover agent contacted him through the dating website and that's when they began texting each other. Throughout the messages, Lewis offered to supply the officer with drugs. It was with that information that they were able to begin searching his apartment. During the search, they uncovered eight ecstasy pills, three vials of GHB and a quarter-ounce of meth.