San Mateo County narcotics task force arrested four people after finding methamphetamine on Manor Drive
Published by Staff Writer on June 5, 2013
Members of the San Mateo County narcotics task force arrested four people after finding methamphetamine and prescription drugs while serving a search warrant at a San Carlos home this morning, law enforcement officials said. The warrant was executed at a home in the 100 block of Manor Drive following an investigation into drug activity at the home, according to the narcotics task force.
After finding methamphetamine, prescription medication, packaging, scales and paraphernalia inside, the four adults at the home were arrested and four juveniles were turned over to San Mateo County Child and Family Services. A building inspector also responded to the home and declared it uninhabitable, according to the task force. Occupancy will be restricted until the building can be brought up to code.
The four people arrested were identified as John Lindt, 41, of San Carlos, Danielle McMahon, 44, of San Carlos, Joyce Michael, 44, of San Mateo and Angela Garcia, 40, of San Carlos. All four were arrested on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine.
Lindt and McMahon are also suspected of child endangerment, Lindt and Michael for committing a felony while out on bail, and Garcia for bringing a controlled substance into a jail facility. The task force is a countywide entity that identifies and arrests drug traffickers, pinpoints drug organizations and provides drug-related training to local law enforcement and the community.
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