Alleged Drug House Raided, Two Arrested


On Tuesday, May 5, 2015, Agents from the Humboldt County Drug Task Force, assisted by the Arcata Police Department and drug detecting K-9 Louie from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, served a search warrant on the 1000 block of 7th Street in Arcata.

Inside the residence Agents located heroin, methamphetamine, prescription pills, scales, packaging materials, and other items used in the retail packaging and sales of heroin. The residence had a video system allowing the occupants to observe people at the front door.

Jonathan Scott David, age 40, was arrested for 11350(a) H&S, possession of a narcotic (heroin); 11351 H&S, possession of a narcotic for sale (heroin); 11366.5(a) H&S, maintaining a residence for distributing a controlled substance; 11377(a), possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine); and 16920 PC, possession of metal knuckles. Jeremy Todd Butler, age 39, was arrested for11350(a) H&S, possession of a narcotic (heroin); 11351 H&S, possession of a narcotic for sale (heroin); and 11366.5(a) H&S, maintaining a residence for distributing a controlled substance.

Anyone with information for the Humboldt County Drug Task Force Office regarding this case or related criminal activity is encouraged to call the Humboldt County Drug Task Force Office at 707-444-8095.

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  • tattoos seem to be getting bigger and sloppier all the time. Back in time, people sought out artists that could use a single, thin needle and draw precise lines. Some actually recognized that there were Japanese and Filipino artists that used a thin bamboo needle and took a LONG time to get a tight, clear design or portrait.

    Now, IMHO, any dummy with more than 30 days in jail can buy a tattoo gun and go to work drawing huge 1 1/4″ wide lines for tribal-looking barbed wire and get their own parlor. Typical dumbing down. As in the teardrops on these fools faces. Does that mean they killed an elephant or a large horse? ‘Cause teardrops are never THAT big!

    • I want to know if they have stencils that can be purchased that are used to created some of the really ugly tattoos that I have seen. In the Jewish faith, the body is a temple that you borrow that is returned to earth and therefore you treat your temple with the respect that you would give to your house of worship.

      While this may not be pertinent to modern day life, what I find disturbing is when, especially young people, mark themselves because of peer pressure that later in life they regret, because of a lack of discussion about the permanent decisions of getting a tattoo and the meaning of the permanent markings on their bodies. One of the lowest points of human history was the “skin lamps,” aka art projects of the Nazi’s where you could purchase your own relic of marked “indian” skin to show your support for of genocide entire “races” of people.


        A good investment would be a tattoo laser removal franchise, marketing to the young facebook flunkies that went out and got stuff they regret later on. It costs way more to remove them and with every kook running around inked up, if 20% live past 30 there is a market share to be had on removal.

        The facebook likes them to ink themselves, so they are easier to identify with the scanning software used in many camera systems out there.

  • They had better start saving more room for teardrops with their style of living.

  • lookin rough

  • him mad


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