Eureka Resident Convicted of Meth Possession

Press release provided by the District Attorney’s Office:

District AttorneyDistrict Attorney Maggie Fleming announced that Shia Bond, a 45 year old Eureka resident, was convicted today of possession of methamphetamine for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The jury verdicts came after a 6-day trial in Department 2 of Humboldt Superior Court before Hon. Marilyn B. Miles.
Officers of the Eureka Police Department searched Mr. Bond’s residence in the 2900 block of California on August 31, 2014 pursuant to the terms of his pre-existing misdemeanor probation. The officers found several grams of methamphetamine, evidence that Bond intended to sell it, and drug paraphernalia.   He faces a maximum sentence of three years.   The sentencing hearing is scheduled for May 14, 2015 before Judge Miles.   The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Jessica Watson.

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