Arroyo Grande baby tests positive for marijuana
November 18, 2014
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s narcotics officers raided a rural Arroyo Grande home last week and found a baby living amid a hash oil lab.
Officers served a search warrant at 2209 Willow Road on Nov. 11 and discovered a lab for converting marijuana into hash or “honey oil.” The incident led to the arrests of two adult men and one woman.
Two teenagers, ages 15 and 12, and a 10-month-old boy were living in the home. Officers found the 10-month-old sleeping on a mattress on the floor of one of the bedrooms. The space surrounding the mattress contained various forms of marijuana, smoking pipes and a broken glass pipe.
Child Welfare Services took custody of the baby, who later tested positive for marijuana.
Officers arrested 41-year-old Arroyo Grande resident Damien Glos for the manufacture and sale of a controlled substance and 20-year-old Arroyo Grande resident Alyssa White for child endangerment. They also arrested Corcoran resident Travis Traynor, 25, for outstanding warrants.