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The night ends with four arrests after recent Roseville party

Many of our Roseville readers probably enjoyed attending a get-together with family and friends over the recent Fourth of July holiday. A lot of people probably had a four day break from work, enabling them to have a good time and blow off some steam. Unfortunately for one group of partiers who were getting an early start on the festivities in Roseville, the relaxing holiday break apparently got a little out of control.

According to the reports, a party that began on June 29 and went into the morning hours on June 30 led to police being called to a residence on Elefa Street in Roseville. Apparently there were reports of car racing taking place, as well as a few instances of fighting. The fighting was so bad that a couple of people had to be taken to the hospital for treatment, and two people were arrested on assault charges.

However, the party appears to have been just the tip of the iceberg. The reports indicate that the police also conducted a probation search while they were in the area, which led to arrests on charges that the police apparently alleged were related to efforts to sell drugs. The police reportedly found marijuana plants and other evidence in the apartment that was searched resulting in the arrest of two Roseville residents.

Most of our readers have heard the phrase "one thing led to another," and in this instance it appears that the phrase is fitting. Most of the time authorities need probable cause and a warrant to conduct a search of a residence, but when a person is on probation they usually consent to a search on their residence at any time as a part of their terms of probation. And, as a result, these two Roseville residents will be facing some serious drug charges.

Source:, "Roseville party leads to numerous arrests," Joe Kollenborn, July 3, 2013

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