Police cite man and woman for riding bikes past stop sign

Officers stopped two subjects for riding their bikes past a stop sign on Thursday, April 27, according to the police report.

The subjects, one man and one woman, were not students.

The male subject was found in possession of a knife and three-white prescription pills that officers identified as a “controlled substance,” according to the report.

Controlled substances are defined as an alcoholic beverage or an intoxicant of any kinds, according to California Health and Safety Code Sections 11053.

The man was arrested for possession of a dagger on school grounds and for possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. he was transported to ECPD Jail, where he was booked and later released after signing a notice to appear in court, according to the police logs.

The female subject was issued a citation for failing to stop at a stop sign, according to the report.