A woman and three men from West Point, Stockton and Wilseyville were arrested this week on suspicion of drug charges and child endangerment, Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office staff said Thursday.
Calaveras County SWAT deputies executed a search warrant Tuesday at a home on Main Street in West Point. The four arrested were identified as Rebecca Phillips, 33, of West Point, Robert Rogers, 39, of Stockton, Robert Miller, 53, of West Point, and Richard Kessler, 52, of Wilseyville.
Deputies said they seized methamphetamine, marijuana, concentrated cannabis with lab materials, and drug sales paraphernalia. They also released photos of what they said was methamphetamine, marijuana and cash.
Investigators said two juveniles lived at the home and they were not there Tuesday when SWAT deputies did the search and seizure.
Phillips, Rogers, Miller and Kessler were booked at Calaveras County Jail.
Phillips was arrested on suspicion of possession for sale of methamphetamine, operating a place for selling drugs, manufacturing illegal controlled substance, illegal possession of another’s prescribed medication, criminal conspiracy, and felony child endangerment. Her bail was $100,000.
Rogers was arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine, possession for sale of methamphetamine, manufacturing illegal controlled substance, illegal possession of another’s prescribed medication, criminal conspiracy, felony child endangerment and a parole hold with no bail.
Miller was arrested on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia and felony child endangerment. His bail was $100,000. Kessler was arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and on a felony revocation warrant out of Amador County with no bail.
The status of the two juveniles who lived at the Main Street home was not disclosed.