ESCONDIDO (CNS) - An Escondido couple accused of possessing heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, guns and cash were in custody Wednesday, police said.
Kathleen McArdle, 35, and Michael McArdle, 39, were arrested Tuesday in a raid in the 25900 block of North Centre City Parkway, Escondido police Lt. Chris Wynn said.
Authorities seized 31.42 grams of heroin, 24.24 grams of meth and 17.39 grams of cocaine, in addition to two handguns and $4,300 cash, Wynn said.
Ryan Coleman, 36, of Hayward was arrested on suspicion of possessing of meth, another controlled substance and being a felon in possession of a gun, he said.
All three were in the Vista jail.
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