Corona: Undercover Cops Arrest 2 Women Selling Cocaine at the Depot Bar


Patricia Raya (L) and Raelyn Turnley

Undercover Corona Police Officers purchase cocaine at a local establishment during an undercover operation with Alcoholic Beverage Control in search of illegal narcotics.

In March and April of 2018, the Corona Police Department Vice Narcotics and Intelligence unit in conjunction with agents from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control conducted an undercover operation at the Corona Depot Bar located at 150 Depot Drive in Corona. During the operation, undercover officers purchased cocaine on three separate occasions. The cocaine purchases were made at the bar with employee knowledge.

During the investigation into the narcotics sales, officers identified the two suspects involved as Patricia Raya and Raelyn Turnley. Raya was found to have an address in Eastvale, CA.

A search warrant was issued and served at Raya’s residence which revealed 2 ounces of cocaine, 2 ½ ounces of psilocybin, 1 ounce of MDMA, 1 ½ ounces of concentrated cannabis, 1 ½ ounces of Xanax pills, 1 ounce of marijuana, and additional evidence related to the sales of narcotics.

Patricia Raya and Raelyn Turnley were both arrested for sales of narcotics at the conclusion of the investigation.

If anyone has any questions regarding the investigation, please feel free to contact Officer Robert Slane at 951-739-4869 or Robert.Slane@CoronaCA.gov.

Press Release Provided By the Corona Police Department

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