Tip leads to Grover Beach drug bust

January 6, 2015
Matthew Darian Goldman

Matthew Darian Goldman

A 43-year-old Grover Beach man is accused of using his house as a market for sale and use of narcotics.

Shortly after 8 a.m. on Monday, Grover Beach police, along with Arroyo Grande police, probation officers and the state parks K-9 squad searched the home at 495 Mentone Avenue. The officers found two men at the house engaged in drug activity.

Police arrested Matthew Darian Goldman for possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics for sale, maintaining a residence for the sale and use of narcotics, being under the influence of narcotics and for a misdemeanor arrest warrant. Officers booked him in San Luis Obispo County Jail, where he remains on $40,000 bail.

The second suspect, 33-year-old Reynaldo Evangelista Herrera, received a citation and was released after booking at the Grover Beach Police Department. Herrera is listed as a transient.

Grover Beach police credit a citizen’s tip with kicking off the narcotics investigation.


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5 Comments

  1. marcusaurelius says:

    we just passed prop 47? The war on drugs is a loser. Our incarceration rates and cost for incarcerating has soared since the 1970s. Time to find something else for LEO’s to do.

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  2. indigo1955 says:

    Getting clean in jail.

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  3. achillesheal says:

    That haircut alone should land him behind bars.

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    • r0y says:

      C’mon, man! He’s not conforming to the system! He’s a rebel: Down with The Man! All he needs is to start losing more hair up top, go totally gray, put it all in a pony tail, get a single ear piercing, a law degree and he’d fit right into downtown SLO!

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    • Slowerfaster says:

      This is what one finds in most bars in Confederate-land.

      Surprising that he’s not the star of some reality TV show.

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