Five Arrested at Fourth Street Drug House, Alleges EPD

4th street bustThis is a press release from the Eureka Police Department. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:

On September 6, 2016, at about 9:30 a.m., Eureka Police officers and Problem Oriented Policing (POP) detectives served a search warrant at a residence on the 1600 block of 4th Street in response to an ongoing investigation into drug activity.

During the search, detectives located methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and cash related to drug sales. Three people from inside the residence were arrested and transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility (HCCF).

Adams, Brian

Adams, Brian

  • Brian Adams, 33 of Eureka. Possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and felon in possession of tear gas.

    Milligan, Tierra

    Milligan, Tierra

  • Tierra Milligan, 33 of Eureka. Maintaining a drug house and possession of methamphetamine.

    Milligan, Lora

    Milligan, Lora

  • Lora Milligan, 52 of Eureka. Maintaining a drug house, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Cardoza, Jordan

    Cardoza, Jordan

While detectives were searching the residence, Jordan Cardoza, 21 of Eureka, walked in and said he was looking for someone. Cardoza was arrested on outstanding warrants for possession of stolen property and possession of methamphetamine, and a fresh charge of possession of hash oil.

Nichols, Christopher

Nichols, Christopher

While wrapping up the search, Christopher Nichols, 31 of Eureka, approached detectives and admitted to looking for drugs. Nichols was arrested for public intoxication.

Anyone with information on suspected drug activity within the city limits of Eureka is asked to call the Problem Oriented Policing unit (POP) at (707) 441-4373.

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16 comments

  • What a bunch of losers , get this crap off our streets. I’m tired of hearing about them every day every night drugs and thieves c, mon enough already do the right thing [edit]

  • Scary looking bunch!!

  • There is no way that woman Lora Milligan in that picture is 52 years old. No way Jose.

  • Drugs and jail is free...............

    Drugs have been in this community for many years. It is not going to go away. And don’t forge alcohol Is just another drug when abused and it has been with us for tens of years. It would indicate that since it is not going away and will most likely be here forever It is wasted time to think we can eradicate it. Is there an answer to this? Appears not to be. Should we build more prison in the hope of eventually locking up all the druggies. I doubt it since incarceration is very expensive and who will pay the bill? A year in jail for one inmate costs the county around $34,000. A new jail to house another 50 drug criminals would cost $1.7 million tax dollars. And that isn’t even factoring in the cost of the police officers arrest the drug offenders or the cost of processing them through the courts. That $1.7 million quickly grows to mucho dineros. Locking up criminal is very expensive. In California we spend billions to fund the state prisons. And that cost is growing and is out of control. So what is a city to do? What we have been doing since 1940’s. Put them in the revolving criminal legal system. And we all know that isn’t working!

    • Unless we do what is the Philippines way which is kill them .imo the best solution

      • Make the WORK! Up at dawn breaking rocks to fix the roads, pick up trash build things whatever, if there getting fed and housed they need to work! Great deterant too most scum bags would not want to have to work if they get caught. Hmmm maybe I won’t smoke crack in town because they’ll work my ass off if I get caught ? Dunno just a thought

    • ZACTLY!!!

  • I can’t believe that mulligan women is 52 my god meth much she must have been on a hi for 20 yrs no food no sleep wow ,and no teeth .

    • It’s a miserable look, should be a shining example of what meth can destroy, her daughter is following in her footsteps..

  • They need to have a work camp work them like slaves they all have a lot to pay back to society most have stolen from everyone they know. Create a work camp hard labor it does no good to baby them in jails and even in prison there are way to many luxuries.

  • “While detectives were searching the residence, Jordan Cardoza, 21 of Eureka, walked in and said he was looking for someone.”- What a dumb ass. LMAO! I’m sure there was police vehicles parked in front of the house, why would you ‘walk in’ especially if you know you have warrants instead of turning and walking away.

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