Two women arrested in Paso Robles drug bust

October 20, 2015
Jennifer Haagensen

Jennifer Haagensen

Paso Robles police detectives arrested two women Saturday in a drug bust that produced nearly 30 grams of methamphetamine and nearly 10 grams of heroin.

On Saturday, the police department’s Special Enforcement Team served a search warrant at a home in the 1800 block of Kimberly Drive. Paso Robles detectives had been investigating narcotics sales at the home for a month, according to a police department press release.

Members of the county probation department and an Atascadero State Hospital police K9 team accompanied the detectives on the search of the home. The officers seized 29.9 grams of methamphetamine, 9.6 grams of heroin, $250 in cash and a syringe containing 30 units of liquid meth.

Detectives arrested 43-year-old Paso Robles resident Jennifer Haagensen and 42-year-old Paso Robles resident Lisa Cunningham.

Lisa Cunningham

Lisa Cunningham

Haagensen is charged with possession of methamphetamine for sale, possession of heroin for sale and possession of narcotics paraphernalia. Detectives charged Cunningham with possession of narcotics paraphernalia.

Officers booked both women in San Luis Obispo County Jail. They are no longer in custody, according to the county sheriff’s office website.

The investigation into the case is ongoing. Investigators request that anyone with information about the case call the police department at (805) 237-6464 or Crime Stoppers at (805) 549-STOP.



  1. whatchutalkinboutwillis says:

    Ummm the 30 units of “liquid Meth” is a most likely describing a syringe full or average size shot of Meth probably because one of the people involved partakes in their addiction by way of intravenous injection and had one ready to go…

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  2. malovato says:

    I have to laugh…Why do so many people smile when there are busted for “whatever” offense? Must be they are “conditioned” to do so ever since they were a kid. Nice smile Jenifer!!

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  3. Citizen says:

    Thanks to the observant neighbors for turning these drug dealers in to the police.

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  4. whatsinaname says:

    It is easy to make fun of these mugshots, but as a father, I can’t help thinking that these are somebody’s daughters gone wrong. These girls were once innocent and now they are set for a lifetime consumed by using drugs or fighting the urge to use drugs.

    I actually logged in to make some silly jokes about these pictures, but after staring at them, I became too saddened to find the humor.

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    • BeenThereDoneThat says:

      Yea Charles Manson was once a cuddly baby too. Your point? You become adults, you become responsible, you take responsibility for those actions. Lets not make excuses for people.

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      • whatsinaname says:

        My point is exactly what I stated. It’s sad that they have become what they are.

        I’m glad they were arrested and are off the streets.

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        • BeenThereDoneThat says:

          My point is that you can make that argument with all bad people. NOBODY in life starts off evil or bad. They become that from either their environment or genes. So what is done, is done and in the past. We now have to deal with the present.

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    • coltrane says:

      I agree with you to an extent. But these are not girls. They were girls 25 years ago unless the ages listed are wrong. Unlike most meth addicts, these women look fairly healthy. However, that is a lot of contraband to get caught with

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  5. indigo1955 says:

    Liquid meth? Those must be the most popular girls in Paso! (That must be it….they are past the expiration date of “rode hard and put away wet”). Sorry ladies….but drugs take the bloom off the ole rose–pretty darn quick…

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  6. ironyman2000 says:

    Can’t address the issue of the SET but the fact mkaney doesn’t know that there is, indeed, stuff called liquid meth puts the credibility of his/her comments in question.

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    • mkaney says:

      True liquid meth would be meth “base” and it would be something found in a lab. It is then combined with hydrochloric acid and becomes a salt. Methamphetamine HCl is what is sold to users. It is HIGHLY unlikely that they had methamphetamine base in a syringe. It is more likely that they had Meth Hcl dissolved into saline. HUGE difference.

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  7. achillesheal says:

    Did the women work for Cuesta College?

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  8. LAH says:

    Wonderful!! I am thrilled every time I see tweek sellers take a plunge! That evil evil poison that destroys our society and all lives it touches. Even those who would never consider touching it! So YES, Fantastic Job! This should be the number one drug focus, take down every Meth dealer!!

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  9. mkaney says:

    The Special Enforcement Team that arrested them is a hell of a lot dirtier than any drug dealer they might pull in. Also, there is no such thing as “liquid meth.: And “30 units” has no meaning. The fact that they would provide such information should be more than enough reason to question their capability.

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    • BeenThereDoneThat says:

      You need to keep up with the times before you make broad accusations.

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      • mkaney says:

        That is meth dissolved in water.. it’s not “liquid meth” Just because some law enforcement calls it that does not make it true. When someone mixes heroin on a spoon with water, and puts it into a syringe.. is it then called “liquid heroin” ?

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        • BeenThereDoneThat says:

          Hey you said there is no such thing and I’m am saying article states term they give it. By your logic does crack have cracks in it? Is pot like a toilet or flower pot? It is a term used to describe the drug and process of it.

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