In similar, if not identical fashion, Glendora PD served a search warrant on the same house on Pasadena Avenue from last month that we reported. That arrest, on March 17th, netted 12 arrests from various charges.
Today, a little after 1:30pm, GPD again served a search warrant on the house located in the 700 block of South Pasadena Ave. Neighbors reported it right away to GCN through social media, as it sounded like police sent a series of flash bangs into the window to help enter safely.
Multiple suspects were detained on the front lawn but no booking info was yet available at the time of this story. Today’s search found meth, drug paraphernalia and identity theft items in the property. It was clear that many of those detained were the same suspects from our March 17th story.
According to Captain Joe Ward of GPD, last week alone saw five additional arrests stemming from crime happening out of that same house.
Last Monday, two subjects were arrested for possession of meth, evidence of drug sales and possession of two firearms. One firearm was a loaded handgun and the other was a sawed-off shotgun.
Later that same day, two others were arrested for possession of identity theft. The fifth was arrested later in the week for possession of a meth pipe.
“Since our last search warrant, criminal activity has continued. We will continue to take enforcement action until it stops”, Capt. Ward said.
This story will continue to update as information becomes available.