TEMECULA – A man suspected of dealing cocaine out of his home behind the gates of an upscale community in Temecula has been arrested, a sheriff’s sergeant said.
Tipsters lead sheriff’s deputies to investigate alleged drug dealing in the house on Emerson Way, inside the Auberry Place Community. The deputies obtained a search warrant and served it Friday night at the home of Robert Patrick Marzo, 41.
They found a significant but undisclosed amount of cocaine, Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Geoff Green said. An undisclosed amount of money, packaging materials and drug paraphernalia consistent with illicit narcotic sales was also found.
Marzo was arrested for suspicion of transporting and possessing a controlled substance and being under the influence of a controlled substance, Green said.
Marzo posted $30,000 bail and was released today, records showed.