A suspect on bike was arrested early Tuesday morning after Turlock police found he had multiple active warrants and possessed narcotics.
Turlock police stopped Tyler Clardy, 23, on a bicycle on the 800 block of Jessica Street at approximately 4:18 a.m. Tuesday.
The subject was stopped because the bicycle allegedly did not have proper lighting, said Turlock police spokesperson Officer Mayra Lewis.
California law requires bicycles ridden in the dark to have a white light on the front, red reflector on the rear, white or yellow reflectors on the pedals, shoes, or ankles, and white or yellow reflectors on the front and rear of the bike visible from both sides.
When officers contacted Clardy, they found that he had two active warrants for his arrest.
While searching Clardy, officers also found that he was allegedly in possession of hashish oil and marijuana.
Clardy was arrested and booked for the active warrants, possession of controlled cannabis, and manufacturing a controlled substance.