Man arrested for allegedly selling drugs out of a casino hotel room
BLUE LAKE- In Blue Lake a man was arrested after allegedly selling drugs from a casino hotel room. Deputies said Jeremy Cringle, 35, of Mckinleyville was staying in a hotel room at the Blue Lake Casino when other guests started to complain about several people in and out of his room during the night. Tuesday morning deputies searched Cringle’s room and found what appeared to be methamphetamine. They said he was on formal supervised probation for possession for sale of illicit drugs and also had two warrants for his arrest, one of those a felony. Deputies also found 13 grams of methamphetamine, 26 ounces of marijuana, a half-ounce of hash, and methadone pills. Cringle was arrested and booked into the Humboldt County Jail without bail.
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