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Norfolk Police stay busy over the weekend

July 30, 2018

NORFOLK - Two Norfolk residents were arrested on multiple charges Friday night.

According to Captain Don Miller, a Norfolk Police officer stopped a vehicle for driving without headlights in the 400 block North 13th Street in Norfolk.

The driver was identified as 27-year-old Brenda Ibarra, and the passenger was 26-year-old Jesus Uriarte.

A records check showed Ibarra has an active warrant from the US Marshals Service for drug possession.

During a subsequent search of the vehicle, officers located three plastic bags containing a significant amount of a white powder that field tested positive for cocaine, a large amount of cash that was packaged in bundles, a large quantity of marijuana products to include oils, wax, and liquid concentrate.

Ibarra was booked into the Norfolk City Jail for the US Marshall’s warrant and Possession with intent to deliver.

Uriarte was booked for Possession with intent to deliver. Both were later transported to the Madison County Jail.

ALSO,A Norfolk woman was arrested on multiple charges after burglarizing a residence Sunday night.

According to Captain Don Miller, Norfolk Police were dispatched to a burglary in progress at 603 Blaine Street.

Officers found a vacant house with a woman inside.

The owner indicated no one should be in the house, and the woman refused to come out of the house and had to be removed by officers.

She was identified as 45-year-old Angela Blevins.

Blevins was placed under arrest for trespassing and remained uncooperative with offices.

She was booked into the Norfolk City Jail for trespassing and obstructing an officer. She was later transported to the Madison County Jail.

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