An Oxnard man has been charged with several drug sales and weapons violations by Sheriff’s detectives from a special unit based in Camarillo.
On Wednesday, July 14 detectives from the Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail stopped Kevin Reynolds, 28, while he was driving in Oxnard. During the traffic stop they found fentanyl inside of Reynolds’ vehicle and determined he was under the influence of a controlled substance.
The detectives got a search warrant for Reynolds’ room at a local motel in Oxnard Blvd. and seized more fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and two loaded firearms.
Reynolds was jailed for being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, sales of a controlled substance and unlawful transfer of a firearm. His bail is $250,000.
Camarillo SED detectives began investigating Reynolds earlier this month for drug trafficking in Camarillo. They learned Reynolds was out on bail on two separate felony narcotics sales cases in Ventura County, both within the past few months.
The Camarillo SED is made up of six plainclothes detectives who investigate property and violent crimes, who focus on efforts that negatively affect the quality of life of the law-abiding citizens of Camarillo. Anyone with information about criminal activity occurring within the city of Camarillo is encouraged to contact the Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail (SED) at (805) 388-5100. Callers can remain anonymous. Information can also be provided by email at Camarillo.firstname.lastname@example.org.