This story was edited at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 5 to include another name used by suspect Leighann Combs, of Wildomar.
A suspected drug ring in Temecula was broken up when five people were arrested and narcotics and paraphernalia discovered during a search warrant service at two homes, officials said.
Arrested were: Cory Jordan Rose, 23, of Temecula; Ben Henry Harris, 20, of Temecula; Jake Thomas Kennedy, 20, also of Temecula; Bobby Tae Kim, 38, of Temecula; Leighann Combs, also known as Leighann Keith, 30, of Wildomar and Darla Rust, 39, also of Wildomar.
According to Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Vance Stolte, the warrants were served as part of an ongoing investigation; They were served at 1 p.m. Thursday in the 44000 block of Boguta Way and 30000 block of Hollyberry Lane, the sergeant wrote in a news release.
Investigators with the sheriff's Special Enforcement Team, Temecula's Problem Oriented policing team and the Temecula/Murrieta Regional Gang Task Force joined forces to make the busts, the sergeant wrote.
Inside the homes, investigators reportedly found heroin, methamphetamine, items indicative of of narcotic sales, narcotics paraphernalia, and items used during the commission of two commercial burglaries in Temecula, the sergeant said.
Authorities did not elaborate on the burglaries.
Rust was booked on suspicion of drug use and possession of paraphernalia; she was released on $2,500 bail and ordered back to court Nov. 15 to face misdemeanor charges.
Kim was booked on suspicion of drug sales and transport -- a felony -- and misdemeanor charges of failure to appear in court on a specified order; driving on a suspended license; drug use; drug possession and unsafe driving.
He remained behind bars in lieu of $25,000 bail, pending a court appearance Tuesday, jail records show.
Harris was booked on suspicion of drug use, drug possession, commercial burglary, receiving stolen property and license, insurance and vehicle violations.
He remained in custody in lieu of $5,000 bail, pending court Tuesday.
Rose was booked on suspicion of drug use and was released on $2,500 bail; he was ordered back to court Nov. 15, according to jail records.
Kennedy was booked on suspicion of drug sales, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance, a felony.
He remained in custody in lieu of $5,000, pending arraignment Tuesday.
There was no record of Combs at the county jail website.