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It Was Back To Jail For A Vallecito Woman

It Was Back To Jail For A Vallecito Woman

It was back to jail, with no bail, for a Vallecito woman following a probation search of her residence, vehicle, and storage unit. While conducting a routine probation search at a residence on Juniper Drive in Vallecito. Deputies located methamphetamine, paraphernalia, cash and evidence of illegal drug sales at the house. The subject of the search, Brandy Felts-Patelzick, was not at the residence during the search, but was later located in Valley Springs. A search of her vehicle turned up more drugs, paraphernalia and cash. Felts-Patelzick’s storage unit was also searched where more evidence was discovered. Overall the search turned up 23.3 grams of methamphetamine, a small amount of heroin, $4,625 in cash, nine hypodermic needles, and other paraphernalia. Felts-Patelzick was booked into the Calaveras County jail on felony charges of probation violation and possession of a controlled substance for sale. Felts-Patelzick had been arrested prior to this incident in Calaveras Count y for violating her probation and possessing controlled substances and was released as part of the state-mandated “zero bail” prisoner release due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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