Paso Robles teens rob Los Osos teen during drug deal

January 27, 2018

San Luis Obispo County sheriff deputies arrested three Paso Robles teens for allegedly robbing a Los Osos teen at gun point during a drug deal on Friday.

Earlier, the 17-year-old Los Osos boy had contacted the Paso Robles teens to arrange a drug transaction. At about 5 p.m., the three Paso Robles teens arrived at the victim’s home on the 1500 block of 8th Street and told the Los Osos teen to get into the vehicle.

During the drug deal, the suspects pulled a gun on the Los Osos teen and robbed him of an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspects then drove the teen a short distance from his home before they let him out of the car.

Deputies with the sheriff’s gang task force found the three suspects in a car parked in the Food 4 Less parking lot on Creston Road in Paso Robles. Officers arrested a 19-year-old male, an 18-year-old male and a 17-year-old male on charges of armed robbery.

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This worked out really well for the victim. Oh wait, do the criminals know exactly where my family lives? No winners today sadly.

Why we are censuring names of accused criminals. You have two adults, ages 18 and 19 who committed armed robbery, assault, drug substance dealing, etc. Call them out and give us the names. Like the school shooting in Kentucky this past week, the press was asked not to reveal the name of the shooter, Omar! This is wrong, and if you do the crime expose these people for who they are!

I may not like the answer but it would be interesting to know if they are registered to vote and for what party? There could be a pattern we need to know about, don’t laugh, employers look at the history of the parents on job applications.

Play with fire and you are going to get burned. Hopefully the old concept of scared straight might work for this kid. If he doesn’t learn from this he deserves whatever he gets in the future.