A spokesperson for the San Diego Sheriff’s Department has confirmed that SDSD deputies arrested one person during a recent probation compliance check.
The arrest took place in early May, according to a report by TimesOfSanDiego.com, when deputies were doing checks in the community of Fallbrook. The purpose of of these checks is to ensure that people who on probation are abiding by the terms and conditions of their release.
Many times, these conditions require the probationer refrain from using drugs or alcohol.
Deputies said they did take one man, 24 year-old Andrew Slane, into custody. He was booked at the Vista Jail on drug paraphernalia charges.
A second man was cited, the Times notes, but he was not formally arrested. That man was identified as 25 year-old Andrew Slane; he was taken to the Fallbrook substation to be processed but he was released without needing to post bail bonds.
Original article: 1 arrested for drug violation of probation check in Fallbrook