Couple jailed for drug possession, fake $100 bills
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By Dave Williams  July 12, 2013 12:00 am

The Rohnert Park Dept. of Public safety arrested a Petaluma woman and a Windsor man early Monday morning, July 8, on numerous charges, including the possession of fake $100 United States bills.

According to an RPDPS report, an officer was on patrol at the Good Nite Inn on Redwood Drive in Rohnert Park when he observed a vehicle stopped in a disabled parking stall. The officer contacted the driver, who confirmed he did not have a disabled placard or a disability that would allow him to use a disabled parking stall.

The passenger in the vehicle was identified as 20-year-old Lindsey Michelle Anderson, on whom the officer found a golf ball-sized quantity of suspected heroin and methamphetamine hidden in her clothing. The police also found numerous rounds of .357, .44 and .38-caliber ammunition in a bag she was carrying.

Upon further investigation, officers located a stolen vehicle in the parking lot near the motel room in which Anderson was staying.  The vehicle had been reported stolen in Santa Rosa on May 29. Inside the room, officers found several occupants, additional drugs and 29-year-old Michael Anthony Gutierrez.

Gutierrez was arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail for possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of fake $100 U.S. bills and violation of parole. Anderson was arrested for possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamines, possession of ammunition by a felon, impersonating another person and violation of the terms of her probation.

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