Probationer Arrested for Alleged Possession of $21K Worth of Meth

Fountain Valley Police arrested Dustin Bryant after searching his car and home. Franco Vasquez, who was visiting Bryant's home when police searched it, was also arrested on a drug charge.

Dustin Bryant (Left) Franco Vasquez (Right) (Photos courtesy Fountain Valley Police Department)
Dustin Bryant (Left) Franco Vasquez (Right) (Photos courtesy Fountain Valley Police Department)
Fountain Valley police arrested a man on probation last week after officers allegedly found him in possession of more than $21,500 worth of methamphetamine, officials reported.

On Wednesday, Jan. 8 just before 11 p.m., police approached Dustin Bryant, 28 - who was on probation for a narcotics related conviction- as he was sitting in a parked car near the intersection of Harbor Boulevard and Heil Avenue. Police said a search of Bryant and his car turned up 117 grams of methamphetamine. After searching Bryant's home, police found an additional 152 grams of methamphetamine, worth an approximate street value of $21,500.

Franco Vasquez 31, who was at Bryant's home when police arrived, was also arrested for alleged possession of about one ounce of methamphetamine, according to police.

Bryant and Vasquez were booked at Orange County Jail for possession of dangerous narcotics for sale. No other information was released.

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