4 arrested in Grover Beach drug bust

August 20, 2016
Gustavo Trejo

Gustavo Trejo

Grover Beach police arrested three men and one woman Thursday in a bust that produced methamphetamine, paraphernalia, prescription pills and gang propaganda.

At approximately 4 p.m., officers served a search warrant at a home in the 1000 block of Nice Avenue. Officers arrested Raul Trejo, 34, Gustavo Trejo, 30, Addison Cravens, 30, and Esteban Zuniga, 35, all from Grover Beach.

Gustavo Trejo was charged with possession of ammunition, possession of prescription pills, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and for maintaining a residence that allows the sale and transportation of narcotics. Zuniga faces charges of a felony parole violation. Raul Trejo and Cravens were charge with misdemeanors.

During the bust, one woman was injured when she fled the home on foot. She was treated at a local hospital but not arrested.

During the raid, a city building inspector red-tagged the home because of code violations.


I pay too much damned money to live on the Central Coast with people like this living with their parents rent free and dealing out of their house. Good to the neighbors for DEMANDING the police take action. If everyone started to keep track of what goes on in their neighborhoods, maybe South County won’t turn into “little Santa Maria.”


More of the same, where is ICE when you need them?

Josey Wales

The ‘Dreamers’ are only here for a better life.


Someone doesn’t know what a Dreamer is, or is just a fan of obfuscation.

Let me help:

The DREAM Act (acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors)

Requirements for conditional resident status[2]

Person must have proof that they entered United States before the age of 16 and must have continuously lived in the country for at least 5 years

Must have graduated from a United States high school or obtained a GED

Person demonstrates good moral character

Pass criminal background checks and reviews/Came legally

After having obtained and held conditional resident status, permanent residency may be granted if the following requirements have been met in a period of six years.

Requirements for permanent residency[2]

have attended an institution of higher learning or served in the United States military for at least 2 years and if discharged, have received an honorable discharge

pass another series of background checks

continue to demonstrate good moral character

If these requirements are not fulfilled the conditional resident will lose their legal status and be subject to deportation.[3]


Also, the girl arrested is white and from a wealthy family in the outskirts of Santa Maria. She lived a very privileged life. Which proves that money can ‘t buy you class or common sense.