Man abducted during home invasion in Grover Beach

September 6, 2011

Police are investigating a Grover Beach home invasion and abduction that occurred at about 6:15 a.m. on Monday.

The male suspect entered an unlocked residence on the 400 block of Manhattan Avenue, brandished a firearm at a male resident, and demanded cash.

He then ordered the victim to take him for a drive in the victim’s black 2006 Hummer H3. They headed south on Highway 101 and then east on Highway 166.

In a desolate area, the suspect forced the driver from the vehicle and headed east. The unnamed victim, who suffered minor cuts and abrasions, flagged down a passing motorist who gave him a ride back to Grover Beach.

Police are looking for the suspect they describe as white, in his late 30s to early 40s, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, with a “scruffy look.”



  1. stopagenda21 says:

    Glad to here thie victum is ok. ” lock-in-load”

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  2. Pizmo says:

    I’m feelin’ there’s a whole lot more to this story.

    Stay tuned.

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    • Typoqueen says:


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    • LittleAcorn says:

      I agree. An abduction during daytime that lasted 20-30 minutes and the description is that poor?

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  3. Cindy says:

    It must have been the Hummer in the driveway. I bet the perp probably figured anyone who didn’t mind shelling out the $$ for the gas to drive one, must have plenty of cash lying around. Lock your doors and hide the Hummer.

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    • azuresees says:

      Go eassssy on the speculation…Ain’t right to do that…

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      • Cindy says:

        Well what the heck, something caused the perp to pick that house? I’m actually giving the victim the benefit of the doubt as to what it might have been. I have heard of robbers trying doors until they found one that wasn’t locked, I suppose that could be it ;)

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  4. r0y says:

    Who would leave their doors unlocked in Grover Beach? Not wanting to say the victim deserved this, but hell, I even lock my doors in San Luis Obispo (not college part of town, either).

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    • mkaney says:

      When you’re home ? Not me. most of the time I leave my door standing open.. But that’s not an invitation to come invade my house people, I am armed.

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      • r0y says:

        At 6:15 a.m., I am not really ready for visitors, so yes, my door IS locked at that time…

        I am always armed, door or no door.

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