Four people from Oxnard have been charged with drug crimes after a search of a house not far from downtown, say Oxnard detectives.

Angelina Aguilar, 60, has been charged with felony possession for sale of heroin, cocaine and fentanyl as well as running a drug house, also a felony. She was released because of health issues on the condition she will appear in court later.

Arturo Villasenor, 24, has been charged with felony possession of heroin for sale and has also been released on the condition he appear in court later.

Erick Jagosz, 31, has been arrested for misdemeanor possession of Xanax and Reynaldo Morales, 47, has been arrested for possession of fentanyl, also a misdemeanor.

Jagosz has also been released on condition he appear in court later but Morales has been jailed in the Ventura County Jail.

Drugs and paraphernalia were found by detectives on July 28 after they got a warrant to search the house on the 1500 block of East First Street. Anyone with information about this case or other criminal activity can contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online through the Oxnard Police Department’s website, www.oxnardpd.org; click on “report suspicious activity.”