Probation Search Leads to Meth Bust

Big Bear City, CA, June 3, 2014 – An arraignment hearing is scheduled at San Bernardino County Superior Court today for Big Bear City resident Jack Mills. The 51-year-old was booked at the Big Bear Jail last Thursday on felony charges of violation of his probation terms, possession of a controlled substance for sale and a felony charge of evading a peace officer during a prior contact.

The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station’s Multiple Enforcement Team were conducting a routine probation search at Mills’s residence on North Mound Street on May 29 when they discovered approximately 20 grams of methamphetamine, along with packaging materials they say are consistent with narcotics sales.

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