Victor Speedy Gonzales turns himself in to face drug charges

April 15, 2015
Victor Speedy Gonzales

Victor Speedy Gonzales

A Nipomo man allegedly involved in a Central Coast drug trafficking ring dubbed “All in the Family,” turned himself in at the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning.

Victor Speedy Gonzales, 36, was wanted following a federal grand jury indictment last week, which included 12 other San Luis Obispo County residents suspected of participating in a drug-trafficking ring. On April 7, FBI agents and local officers arrested 12 members of the alleged Rocha family drug dealing organization, though they could not find Gonzales.

The FBI then offered a reward for information that would lead to the arrest of Gonzales.

After Gonzales turned himself in, he was transferred to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles.


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3 Comments

  1. indigo1955 says:

    He had time to shelter his assets.

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  2. achillesheal says:

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  3. agag1 says:

    Ole’!

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