Former “True housewives of Orange County“The son of star Larry Peterson, Josh Waring, is facing charges including arrest and fentanyl sale for arrest earlier this year.
The 33-year-old former reality star was caught red-handed and arrested in January Sale of fentanyl, Adverse charge of methamphetamine possession in addition.
According to TMZ, Warring, who is on parole in connection with the attack and has a long legal history, was identified by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputy from an earlier drug arrest when an officer saw Josh in the passenger seat of a vehicle.
Upon learning of Warring’s history, the officer conducted a random search of the vehicle and was charged with possession of “drugs in Josh’s abdomen.”
The deputy then saw Josh “rubbing drugs on the car floorboard”, then tested them and identified them as fentanyl and methamphetamine.
The United States Drug Enforcement Agency Fentanyl is listed as a Schedule II controlled substance, “it’s similar to morphine but almost 100 times more potent,” and two milligrams of synthetic opioid (less than a grain of salt) can be fatal depending on a person’s body size.
He was “arrested on the spot”, taken to jail and reportedly convicted of selling fentanyl due to the discovery of a “whole” amount of lethal drug.
Overdose deaths caused by synthetic opioids (mainly fentanyl, which is illegally manufactured) increased by 55.6% from January 2020 to 2021, with the Center for Disease Control reporting that they were the main cause of the increase in total drug overdose deaths.
Warring was arrested in 2016 for shooting a man outside the home where he was living.
He spent four years behind bars for trial and in fact faces up to 65 years to life in prison before reaching a solicitation agreement in March 2020.
Warring pleaded guilty to assault with a gun, evading a peace officer, two counts of assault, property damage and a hit-and-run with a battery. He was sentenced to seven years and four months in prison and released while awaiting trial.
In October 2019, Waring made headlines after him Fellow prisoner repeatedly hacked to death. He bled as the prisoner cut his face and chest several times with a razor blade.
At that point, Warring Correctional officials blamed it For the fight and set him up. He also noted that the correctional officers were trying to cover up their negligence.
Shortly after his release from prison, Warring Orange County, California and two OC Sheriff deputies – who were assigned to the men’s prison in Santa Ana – claimed they had tried to kill him in retaliation.
According to TMZA correctional officer, who received a criminal report from the incident, told warring guards after the attack that he knew they were not behind it.
Warring’s lawyer Joel Garson told Fox News at the time that the guard was lying to cover up the fact that the attacker did not get out of his cell first, according to prison protocol.
In June 2020, Waring was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics and misrepresentation to the police.
Nearly a year later, in May 2021, Warring was arrested after deputies dragged a man driving a stolen rental car in the Lake Forest area of Southern California. Warring, a passenger in the vehicle, was charged with possession of fentanyl, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
He failed to appear on his September 2021 court date and a warrant was issued for his arrest.