Gang Member Arrested for Narcotic Sales

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On August 11, 2021 at 2:30 p.m., members of the Region 4 Murrieta-Temecula Regional Gang Task Force attempted to serve a felony arrest warrant at a large acerage property in the 24000 block of Bundy Canyon Road in the City of Wildomar. The subject later identified as Danny Rodriguez, a subject on Post Release Community Supervision and a documented criminal street gang member, refused to exit the residence and surrender to task force officers. Additonal resources including a Riverside Sheriff Department K-9 and members from the Region 6 Perris-Lake Elsinore Regional Gang Task Force arrived to assist. Task force officers eventually entered the residence and located Rodriguez. He was taken into custody without incident. A probation search revealed over an ounce of combined methamphetamine / heroin, over one hundred suspected Fentanyl pills, and over two thousand dollars in currency. Danny Rodriguez, a 38 year old resident of Hemet was booked into jail for his felony warrant. Additional charges will be filed in the future related to the possession and sales of narcotics.

If you have any information related to this investigation you can contact Gang Task Force Deputy T. Tully at 951-461-6344 or if you have information related to gang or illegal weapon related activity in your neighborhood, you can contact Sergeant S. Dyer at the Murrieta-Temecula Regional Gang Task Force at 951-461-6363.

Danny Rodriguez

You may also provide information anonymously through the Riverside County Gang Task Force Online Tip Form. The Riverside County Gang Task Force is a collaborative effort of several law enforcement agencies with the goal of combating criminal street gangs. The Murrieta-Temecula Regional Gang Task Force is one of 6 teams which compose the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force which is a collaborative effort of multiple law enforcement agencies with the goal of combating criminal street gangs.

For media inquiries regarding this incident please contact the Media Information Bureau.

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