Santa Barbara Sheriff’s officials arrested two alleged drug dealers this week.
Deputies arrested 51-year-old Carpinteria resident Randy Herbes on Tuesday for alleged possession of and intent to sell methamphetamine. Herbes was out of custody on bail after he was arrested in February for possessing 1.5 ounces of meth. Deputies pulled over Herbes when they spotted him driving on Highway 101 because they had received information earlier this month that he was selling meth again. Deputies served Herbes with a search warrant and found a ¼ ounce of meth in his vehicle. He was booked in County Jail for possessing and transporting a controlled substance with intent to sell. His bail was set at $55,000.
On Wednesday, Detectives arrested 24-year-old Goleta resident Christopher Krueger for possession of and intent to sell cocaine and ecstasy. Detectives served Krueger with a search warrant at a Goleta residence and found ¼ ounce of cocaine, several ecstasy pills, packaging supplies, and other drug paraphernalia. He was booked in County Jail with a $30,000 bail.