Man arrested in Oxnard for dealing drugs

By Newsroom

The Oxnard Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) arrested on Tuesday Rudolfo Olmos after an investigation related to being involved in the sales of Fentanyl in Oxnard.

During the investigation, DEU detectives learned that Olmos had an active warrant for narcotics related offenses and further developed enough probable cause to obtain a search warrant for his residence. 

With the assistance of the Oxnard Special Enforcement Unit (SEU), K9 Rocky, and the Colonia Neighborhood Policing Team (NPT), detectives located Olmos driving in the city of Oxnard.

SEU Officers and K9 Rocky conducted a traffic enforcement stop and arrested Olmos for his outstanding warrant.

The K9 conducted a search of the vehicle and located a large quantity of Fentanyl concealed in a void inside the vehicle.

Additionally, K9 Rocky alerted to the dashboard of the vehicle and officers located a concealed loaded semi-automatic firearm.

Then SEU, K9 Rocky, NPT, and DEU detectives served a search warrant at Olmos’ residence.

During a search of the residence a large quantity of Fentanyl was located in Olmos’ bedroom along with tens of thousands of dollars.

In total, over six pounds of Fentanyl was seized during the investigation. Based on information from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the amount of Fentanyl seized calculated to over 1.5 million potential lethal doses.   

Olmos was arrested for felony firearms charges and felony narcotics sales charges, he was booked into the Ventura County Jail with a bail set at $250,000.