Man Charged with Possession of Stolen Property, Narcotics for Sale
The Paso Robles Police Special Enforcement Team (SET) arrested a man for possession of stolen property and possession of narcotics for sale last Friday afternoon. According to PRPD, SET detectives served a narcotics-related search warrant on a residence on the 700 block of Spring St.
Officers discovered a laptop which was identified as stolen from a residential burglary just three days prior. They also found a stolen credit card that was reported stolen from a recent vehicle burglary. The search also uncovered indicia of narcotic sales and drug paraphernalia.
SET members arrested Brandon Michael Loewen,19, of Paso Robles. Loewen was transported and booked at San Luis Obispo County Jail for felony possession of stolen property, felony possession of narcotics for sales, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. SET detectives discovered evidence on Loewen that implicated a male juvenile’s involvement in possessing the stolen laptop. Police contacted the juvenile on the 1100 block of Creston Rd. and questioned the suspect about his involvement.
Police took the juvenile into custody for felony possession of stolen property. According to PRPD, he was found with one gram of heroin concealed in his clothing during the booking process. The male juvenile was transported to the San Luis Obispo Juvenile Services Center where a charge of felony drug possession was added. His name was not released due to his age.
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