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Jackie Let The Baby Hold The Bag

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SBSO-Sheriff-300x234Jacqueline Noonan, 40 YOA female, a resident of Yucca Valley, who is on probation for a prior narcotics related conviction, was contacted by San Bernardino County Probation Officers and San Bernardino County Sheriff‘s Deputies as she sat in her vehicle in the 7300 block of Dumosa Ave, Yucca Valley with the 12 year old child victim.
A probation search of Noonan and her vehicle was conducted. Unbeknownst to law enforcement, and prior to the search beginning, Noonan handed the victim a pouch containing nearly one ounce of suspected methamphetamine and numerous hypodermic needles in an apparent attempt to conceal the items from law enforcement officers. These items were ultimately recovered from the victim and Noonan was linked to the items through investigation.
Noonan was arrested for felony child endangerment and possession of a controlled substance for sales, as well as for probation violation. She was booked into the Morongo Basin Jail and is being held without bail. The victim was taken into protective custody and released to the Department of Children and Family Services.

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