Suspected heroin possession and child endangerment landed a Temecula woman behind bars Wednesday.
Tatiana Nedeljkovic, 34, was arrested at about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday when a felony arrest warrant was served at her residence in the 27000 block of Stanford Drive, according to Temecula police Sgt. Geoff Green.
When met by officers with Temecula Police Department's Special Enforcement Team and its Problem Oriented Policing Team at her front door, Green stated that Nedeljkovic showed symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance.
"Officers also learned that Nedeljkovic was on probation for dangerous drugs," Green stated.
A probation search of the residence was conducted, during which approximately 25 grams of heroin were found.
"Three children were at the residence and had access to the drugs," Green stated.
The Riverside County Drug Endangered Children unit responded to the home and the children were taken into custody by Child Protective Services, according to Green.
Nedeljkovic was booked into Southwest Detention Center on suspicion of possession of heroin for sale, child endangerment and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
As of Thursday, she was being held in lieu of $35,000 bail, sheriff's jail records showed.
The Temecula Police Department stated it remains committed to the safety of its citizens, and encouraged anyone with information regarding narcotics to contact its Special Enforcement Team at 951-696-3000.