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Friday, 4 May 2012

San Rafael gangster and girlfriend arrested in meth investigation

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San Rafael gang member and his girlfriend were arrested on allegations of dealing methamphetamine with their two young children in tow, a sheriff's investigator said. Oscar Josue Arroyo, 22, and Deanna Izquierdo, 19, were charged Thursday with possession of methamphetamine for sale, said Deputy District Attorney Sean Kensinger. The case remains under review for more potential charges, he said. Arroyo and Izquierdo were arrested Tuesday evening after an investigation by the county drug squad, the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force. Sheriff's Sgt. Pierre Ahuncain said the couple was selling methamphetamine around the Wendy's restaurant on Andersen Drive in San Rafael. Detectives contacted the couple in the restaurant, where they were sitting with their children, one 2 years old and the other 6 months old. Investigators discovered that Arroyo was carrying $1,900 in cash and Izquierdo had nearly an ounce of meth stashed in her bra, Ahuncain said. "She was holding dope for him," he said. Detectives then searched their residence on B Street and seized more suspected methamphetamine, packaging materials and scales. Two men who showed up at the apartment, possibly for drug deals, were arrested on outstanding warrants. Izquierdo is free on bail pending an arraignment on May 21. Arroyo remained in county jail Thursday in lieu of $10,000 bail. Child Protective Services was investigating whether to take custody of the couple's

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