Police catch Pismo Beach woman with $30,000 worth of meth

October 9, 2021

By JOSH FRIEDMAN

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Pismo Beach woman on Friday who was allegedly driving with more than $30,000 worth of illicit drugs.

Shortly before 5 p.m., sheriff’s deputies conducted a traffic stop near the 400 block of S. Dolliver Street in Pismo Beach. The driver, Audryanna Gibbens, 41, was the only person in the vehicle, according to the SLO County Sheriff’s Office.

During the stop, deputies conducted an investigation that produced probable cause, allowing them to search the vehicle, according to the sheriff’s office. Deputies found a large amount of illicit narcotics inside the car.

Investigators seized about 6.35 pounds of methamphetamine, 5.1grams of heroin, 5.8 grams of marijuana, three Suboxone strips and illegal narcotic paraphernalia. The estimated street value of the methamphetamine alone is about $30,000.

Additionally, deputies found a digital scale, baggies and some cash in the vehicle.

Deputies arrested Gibbens and booked her in San Luis Obispo County Jail on charges of possession of methamphetamine for sale and transportation of methamphetamine for sale. Gibbens is not currently listed as being in custody.


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womanwhohasbeenthere

I guess it’s just another aspect of diversity, and equity, and inclusion. We let child molesters, violent criminals , and unvaccinated illegal aliens go, so why not mega-drug dealers? We should not discriminate between one law breaker and another, should we? It might mean the police are racist if they detained her; just because she had $30,000 worth of meth on her would be no reason to lock her up! We certainly would not want her to feel unwelcome here.


kayaknut

Yep, back out on the streets selling more drugs, thanks Governor Newsom.


Ben Daho

How embarrassing to blame the governor. I thought by now we’d all be wearing Buhrkas, having our guns taken. Be sent to FEMA camps, have Ms-13 roaming the streets.. but, oops.


George Dunn

In a way it is better this way. Think of all the money the criminals are contributing to the economy.


JThomas

Yep, thanks for NOTHING!