Two drug arrests in two separate incidents

Two drug arrests in two separate incidents
Photo: John Arthur Budd, Jr.

Originally published as two San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office press releases

Two arrests were recently made for drug possession. First, on March 25th, the Probation Department served a search warrant at a residence in the 1200 block of Corral Creek Avenue in Paso Robles.

A K-9 assisted in the apartment search, in which a bag of meth and baggies heroin were discovered.

A backpack in the bedroom contained “evidence that was consistent with the sales of narcotics including two digital scales, packaging and a ledger book.”

The total seized was a pound of meth, 122 grams of heroin and 4 grams of fentanyl. The total street value is $15,500.

Detectives also found $11,000 in cash and a Glock 19 “Ghost Gun.”

Mario Enrique Saucedo Rodriguez

23-year-old Mario Enrique Saucedo Rodriguez was arrested for possession of a controlled substance for sale and possession of a narcotic controlled substance for sale.

Then, on March 30, a deputy conducted a traffic stop and recognized the vehicle’s driver as 46-year-old John Arthur Budd, Jr.

The parolee was driving with 1.14 pounds of meth and 23.3 grams of heroin. The combined street value of the two drugs is $7,500.

Budd was booked on charges of possessions of narcotics for sale and transportation of a controlled substance.






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