Search warrant produces drugs, paraphernalia, burglary tools
Photo: Dennis Guyot
The Monterey Police Department executed a search warrant and did not come up empty in this Facebook story –
“On August 26th at approximately 10:00 am, Monterey Police Department Detectives, with the assistance of the Seaside PD, Marina PD, and the Drug Enforcement Agency, served a search warrant in the 1400 block of Via Isola.
The search warrant was a result of a narcotics investigation involving drug sales and a drug overdose involving the residence.
While detectives announced their presence at the door, the subject of the search warrant, Dennis Guyot, 54, attempted to destroy evidence.
During the search, detectives discovered evidence of methamphetamine sales, burglary tools, and drug paraphernalia.
Guyot was transported to the Monterey County Jail and booked on charges of obstructing/delaying/resisting a peace officer, possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintain a drug residence, destruction of evidence and possession of a controlled substance for sale.
Guyot’s bail was set at $60,000.”