A Fernley couple has been arrested for the second time in two months following an investigation into methamphetamine trafficking, the Lyon County sheriff's office said Friday.
Darryl Booth, 38, and Renee Booth, 34, were arrested Monday
after investigators obtained a search warrant, authorities said.
The two were out on bail from another trafficking arrest in
December, authorities said.
In the latest case, officers said they seized about 10 grams of
methamphetamine, 14 grams of marijuana, a scale, packaging
material, a police scanner, walkie-talkies and weapons.
A stolen car from Reno was found in the garage, the sheriff's
The Booths were booked on trafficking and other drug-related
counts, as well as possession of a stolen vehicle.
Darryl Booth also was charged with weapons counts and being a
habitual criminal. He was being held on $242,264 bail, authorities
said. Renee Booth's bail was set at $142,264.