Search warrants lead to drugs and arrests in Paso Robles

October 28, 2013

pasopolicePaso Robles police found drugs and a stolen shotgun while executing three search warrants that led to the arrests of six suspects Saturday morning.

During the investigation, officers seized 9 grams of heroin, 1.5 pounds of marijuana, 2.4 grams of cocaine, 4 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and a stolen shotgun.

Officers arrested Corina Sundahl, 21, for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia; Robert Dugger, 31, for being under the influence; David Johnson Sr., 50, for possession of drugs and paraphernalia; David Johnson Jr., 20, for criminal conspiracy, possession of marijuana and possession of stolen property; Dianna Gostlin, 47, for an outstanding arrest warrant; Rigoberto Vega, 22, for criminal conspiracy and possession of a controlled substance for sale.


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Maybe they are just ding their job, rOy.

Oh I know they are… I just wish they would do it more often and it would have been nice if it was a lot sooner. The drug and gang problems in PR are now pretty serious, and it’s spilling into neighboring/regional communities.

Good job, PRPD. Lock ’em up. Problem is, they’ll be out in a few days. Unfortunately, the County Jail is a revolving door now with regard to drug offenses.

I hope this isn’t the Robert Dugger involed in RE appraisals?! Good job Paso PD!

Is this just to remind people that there is a police force in PR? One that does more than “driving tax” stuff?

What exactly is a “driving tax” in your opinion? It would be nice if YOU would just give them a little credit once in a while. If CalCoast in your only source of info, then you would be biased against the PD. I have heard they are arresting people all the time for drugs, but they do not put every single arrest out to a press release. Search warrants are a little more “news worthy” I guess. The PD is letting you know what they are doing, I think that is a good thing. If you are so anti-PD and don’t think they do anything but write tickets, then go on a ride-along and find out for yourself.