Rescued Hiker, Nick Cendoya, Charged With Meth Possession — Glen Walker Reports

hiker-thumbs-upSANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) — Rescued hiker Nick Cendoya has been charged with possession of methamphetamine as a result of the search effort to find him Trabuco Canyon.

Cendoya, along with friend Kyndall Jack, became the subject of a massive 5-day search after becoming lost during an Easter Sunday hike.

O.C. Sheriff’s officials confirmed to KTLA that the drug was found in the 19-year-old’s car which was parked at the trail-head in Cleveland National Forest.

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