S-1 Richard Daleman - 63 yoa, Visalia – U.S. Title Code. #21 USC 841 A1
S-2 Martin Wolford 58 yoa, Visalia – 11359 H&S, 182 PC, INS Hold
S-3 Kevin Parish 49 yoa, Visalia – 11358 H&S, 182 PC, 12022 PC
S-4Tina Graham 51 yoa, Visalia – 11358 H&S, 182 PC
On the above date and time members of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Dept. S.T.E.P. Unit concluded a four month investigation into the possession and sale of marijuana in violation of California medical marijuana laws. Additionally the purported medical marijuana was intended to be transported across state lines, also in violation of California medical marijuana laws. S-1 Richard Daleman, is alleged to have brokered a deal to sell in excess of 200 pounds of marijuana for transportation out of state.
On today’s date detectives with the Tulare County S.T.E.P. Unit, Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force, Interagency Narcotics Enforcement team (I.N.E.T.) and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (D.E.A.) served search warrants at multiple locations in the Visalia area. Items seized included (207) pounds of packaged processed marijuana intended to be sold and transported out of state. An additional (895) pounds of marijuana was seized from the Daleman residence along with (5) guns, various packaging materials, computers, cloning trays, grow lights and various documents.
Daleman was arrested by D.E.A. agents on Federal Charges of possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Three other suspects were also arrested.
S-2 Martin Wolford, Daleman’s brother in law, was arrested on state charges of possession for sales and conspiracy. It was also found that Wolford has been in the country on an expired Visa/Expired Passport since 1992. Because of this, an immigration hold was placed on Wolford.
S-3 Kevin Parish was arrested on state charges of Possession for sales and conspiracy. Parish is currently out of jail on bail for similar charges.
S-4 Tina Graham was arrested on state charges of Possession for sales and conspiracy.
This case is still under investigation. Anyone with information should contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department S.T.E.P. unit.
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