Code enforcement check leads to drug bust

August 29, 2014
Erin Soqui

Erin Soqui

Grover Beach police assisting a city code enforcement officer at a home on the 400 block of 3rd Street Thursday morning discovered heroin, methamphetamine, a shot gun and drug paraphernalia.

Officers also found four adults in the home. Police arrested Glenn Taylor, 32, of Grover Beach for sales of methamphetamine, possession of a gun while in possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and for being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Glenn Taylor

Glenn Taylor

Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Erin Soqui, 27, of San Miguel for possession of heroin, possession of a gun while in possession of a controlled substance, for being under the influence of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Jesse Perales, Jr., 51 of Grover Beach was cited and released at the scene for an outstanding arrest warrant.

Officers booked both Taylor and Soqui into the San Luis Obispo County Jail on the various felony charges.


26 Comments

  1. Pelican1 says:

    Drugs are destroying the very fabric of our culture. No longer are they found down dark alleys or side streets…they are everywhere, affecting all classes of our society…especially middle America.

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    • mkaney says:

      You don’t have a very accurate knowledge of history, do you? Drugs were legal up until the 1930s. Cocaine was common in over the counter medicine, as were opiates. Methamphetamine has been used by the military as well as for medical purposes since the early 1900s. All of those three drugs are still available by prescription. They have only been pushed into the dark alleys for a very short segment of history, and even then we’re talking about specific drugs at specific times to suit specific agendas. This is utter nonsense and has no basis whatsoever in fact, it is just more myth based thinking.

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