A young man arrested in February after bragging on television about being a very prolific drug dealer has been busted again. Wednesday afternoon, Shasta Interagency Narcotics Task Force Agents conducted a probation search on 19-year-old Sage Revilla at his home in the City of Shasta Lake. In February Anderson Police stopped Revilla on Bruce Street for a traffic violation and found 78 small plastic vials containing what turned out to be liquid Xanax, a powerful sedative, along with a scale and a pill press. Revilla was released pending further investigation. A few days later, KRCR TV interviewed a masked man, who identified himself as “Barry”, about the business of illegal Xanax manufacturing and sales. The man was very forthcoming about the damaging effects the drug has on people’s lives. He said he had an income of 8 to 10,000 Dollars a month. SINTF Agents watched the video and believed the man to be Revilla. There were items in the video that were the same as had been seen in the traffic stop, and he was wearing an identical jacket. Agents tracked down Revilla and arrested him. He’s on probation from that bust. Wednesday’s probation search reportedly revealed a commercial grade pill press, materials to manufacture pills, a digital scale, packaging material, 22 grams of Methamphetamine, 191 Xanax pills, and a stolen pistol. Revilla was booked into jail on several fresh charges.