Two Santa Rosa men arrested on drug charges
Santa Rosa police arrested two Santa Rosa men Tuesday on suspicion of dealing methamphetamines and possession of illegal firearms, the department said in a statement.
Salvador Nunez-Flores, 43, and Nestor Medina, 31, are suspected of selling drugs, and large amounts of drugs were found at their homes, police said. Following an investigation, the department served search warrants at their homes and found a half-pound of methamphetamine, $1,500 in cash and two stolen handguns at Medina’s home, and five pounds of methamphetamine, an undisclosed amount of cocaine and a handgun at Nunez-Flores’ home, police said.
Both men were booked on a range of felony charges. Nunez-Flores was charged with possession with intent to sell methamphetamines and cocaine and allegedly being armed while dealing drugs. Medina was charged with possession with intent to sell methamphetamines, possession of stolen firearms and allegedly being armed while dealing drugs.
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