Livermore police arrested the trio, all males, ages 16, 17 and 18, on Nov. 27 after allegedly seeing the 16-year-old sell heroin to two people in a parked car outside of 2347 Seventh Street.
Livermore police report that the residence had been a known drug house and had been the site of other drug-related arrests.
Here is the full press release from the Livermore Police Department:
On November 27, 2013, officers from the Livermore Police Department’s Special Operations Unit were conducting surveillance in preparation for the service of a search warrant for the residence and occupants of 2347 Seventh Street, Livermore. During the surveillance, officers witnessed a resident of 2347 Seventh Street (male juvenile age 16 years) exit the residence and sell heroin to two individuals inside a vehicle parked in front of the house. Officers immediately served the search warrant and detained all involved individuals.
As a result of the search warrant, officers recovered heroin, marijuana and evidence of drug sales. LPD officers arrested two male juveniles and Jonathan Urdahl (all Livermore residents) for the above listed charges. The two juveniles were booked into Juvenile Hall and Jonathan Urdahl was booked into the Santa Rita County Jail. On December 2, 2013, officers presented the case to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. The District Attorney filed the following charges: 11379 H&S – Transportation of a Narcotic (Heroin), 11352 H&S – Sale of a Narcotic (Heroin), 11350 H&S – Possession of a Narcotic (Heroin), 11359 H&S – Possession of Marijuana for Sale.
The residents at 2347 Seventh Street have caused an extreme reduction in the quality of life for the immediate neighbors and those living in the area. The residence has generated over a dozen calls for service which include arrests for sales of drugs, possession of marijuana and heroin, weapons violations, and gang related incidents. Livermore PD has a zero tolerance for habitual criminal activity and will continue focused enforcement on habitual offenders.