Arrest Made for Narcotics and Possession of Stolen Property

Arrest Made for Narcotics and Possession of Stolen Property
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Originally Published By: The City of San Luis Obispo Webpage:

“On August 8, 2022, at approximately 7:00 am, an officer on patrol on Prado Lane stopped a man on a bicycle for a California Vehicle Code Violation. During the stop, the man gave the officer a false name, but the officer recognized him from a previous arrest and identified him as Jordan Chase Johnson of Arroyo Grande. The officer confirmed that Johnson had three felony warrants and also confirmed that the bicycle he was riding was stolen during a residential burglary in San Luis Obispo on July 25, 2022. During a search of Johnson, officers found a collapsible baton or “billy club” in his possession and an ID card that was not his own.

Johnson was transported to the San Luis Obispo County Jail and booked on felony warrants, possession of the stolen property, possession of an expandable baton, and providing false identification to a Police Officer. During a more extensive search of Johnson at the jail, 40.90 grams of methamphetamine, and 77.80 grams of fentanyl were located hidden on his body. $2,365 in US Currency and additional evidence of illegal narcotics sales were also seized as evidence.”

Arrest Made for Narcotics and Possession of Stolen Property was last modified: August 26th, 2022 by admin
Categories: San Luis Obispo

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