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Two arrested in drug raid 

Police serve search warrant on Torrey Pines Drive

On Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, at about 7 a.m., the Paso Robles Special Enforcement Team served a narcotics related search warrant in the 900 block of Torrey Pines Drive in the City of Paso Robles. During the search of the residence 8 grams of heroin, 1.5 grams of methamphetamine, scales, and drug paraphernalia were seized. The following people were arrested and later booked into the San Luis Obispo County jail after the execution of the search warrant:

Jerilyn Morris

Jerilyn Morris

Aaron Nicholas Morris

Aaron Nicholas Morris

  • Aaron Nicholas Morris, DOB 11-06-1992, of Paso Robles for felony possession of a controlled substance for sales, felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • Jerilyn Morris, DOB 9-15-1967, of Paso Robles for felony possession of a controlled substance.

 

The Paso Robles Police Department encourages anyone with information regarding criminal activity in Paso Robles to contact Crime Stoppers at (805) 549-STOP (549-7867) or submit a Web Tip from the Crime Stoppers website at http://www.slotips.org. You can also submit a “TEXT TIP” by texting “slotips” and your message to CRIMES (or 274637). You may also contact the Special Enforcement Team (SET) directly at (805) 237-6464. You do not have to give your name.

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15 Responses to Two arrested in drug raid

  1. Hunter Tidd

    You have no clue at all what is going on in her life and her situation . You need to get for your pedestal and and stop evaluating other peoples lives. Who do you think you are to judge . Bee Kat you for to be up at 3:41 posting on things such as this make you look suspicious yourself .

  2. Jerilyn Morris

    For those few comments worth responding to: As a parent desperately trying to save her son’s life, this tragic and frightening experience was all worth it in the end. For anyone who has dealt with the heartbreak of losing a child through addiction, knows the enormous steps they take to keep the truth of just how sick they are. The aftermath is small compared to the glimmer of hope I now have, that this will be enough and maybe, just maybe the court system won’t fail him. It’s hard to see the harsh judgment, with regard to your own child, but before you assume, learn the facts, know that there are thousands of young kids in SLO county caught up in addiction, with a huge rise in heroin use, specifically. I’m sure there are many who commented and taken a stab at my son, those that may personally know him even, that are fighting their own battle with the exact same thing. I am a mother who reached out for services, or lack there of, and not knowing what to do to stop this train wreck, failed him. For those who have supported my family through this, I thank you. As for the rest, pray you don’t ever have to walk a mile in shoes of addiction.

  3. Homeowner on Torrey Pines

    Stop selling drugs on our street! You’re not welcomed any more. Go rent someplace else!!!

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