Drugs arrests for Bishop police

Following are two press releases from the Bishop Police Department:

Date of Event: October 21, 2012 at 10:29pm.

Type of Event: 11377(a) HS- Possession of controlled substance; 1203.2/F PC-Violation of felony probation; 11378 HS- Possession Controlled substance for sale; 11379(a) HS- Transportation of controlled substance; and 148(a)(1) PC- Resisting Arrest

Location: S Main Street at Jay Street, Bishop

Suspect: SILVA, SEAN ALEXANDER. 28 year old Los Angeles Resident AND SILVA, DELYN SPIERS. 32 year old Los Angeles Resident

On October 21, 2012 at 10:29pm, the suspect SILVA, Delyn was stopped for a traffic infraction by a Bishop Police Officer. During the investigation, a search of the vehicle was conducted. Bishop Police Officer, along with the assistance of the Inyo Narcotic Enforcement Team and the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, recovered several items and drug paraphernalia from the vehicle.

SILVA, DELYN SPRIERS AND SILVA, SEAN ALEXANDER were arrested for 11377(a) HS-

Possession of controlled substance; 1203.2/F PC-Violation of felony probation; 11378 HS- Possession

Controlled substance for sale; 11379(a) HS- Transportation of controlled substance; and 148(a)(1) PC-

Resisting Arrest and transported to the Inyo County Jail and awaiting arraignment.

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Date of Event: October 20, 2012 at 7:54 pm.

Type of Event: 11357(a) HS-Possession of Concentrated Cannabis; 11357(c) HS-Possession of Marijuana over 28.5 grams; 11359 HS-Possession of Marijuana for Sale; and 11594 HS- Controlled Substance offender not registered.

Location: 257 Clarke Street, Bishop

Suspect: WICK, STEVEN JOHN. 29 year old Bishop Resident.

On October 20, 2012 at 7:54 pm, the suspect WICK was contacted at his residence by Bishop Police Officers, who were investigating a previous incident involving WICK. At WICK’s residence, officers detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the residence. Officers, along with the assistance of the Inyo Narcotic Enforcement Teams and the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, searched the residence and located several illegal substances from within the house.

WICK, Steven John was arrested for 11357(a) HS-Possession of Concentrated Cannabis,

11357(c) HS-Possession of Marijuana over 28.5 grams; 11359 HS-Possession of Marijuana for Sale;

and 11594 HS- Controlled Substance offender not registered. Wick was transported to the Inyo County

Jail awaiting arraignment.

 

16 Responses to Drugs arrests for Bishop police

  1. Wayne Deja October 23, 2012 at 5:50 pm #

    Wonder who will be the first to comment….and defend these guys….asking if they have serious “medical conditions”,and warrenting a medical marijuana card..and then saying how Law Enforcement was out of line making these arrests…

     
    • Trouble October 24, 2012 at 5:22 am #

      I hope I am the first Wayne. You clearly have more faith in our local police to play fair. These guys were pulled over for a infraction . Maybe their rights were violated when their car was searched. Who knows. If all they had on them was pot, I really don’t think it’s worth our tax money to lock them up for years.

       
      • Mark October 25, 2012 at 11:47 am #

        The key to not getting caught with pot in your possession is to not give law enforcement any reason to want to search your car. It’s even better not to get pulled over in the first place.

        That means don’t smoke in your vehicle and don’t smell like pot when you drive. Smelling like pot is no different then smelling like you have had a few drinks. If gives law enforcement reasonable cause to believe you are driving under the influence.

        Once you get in a position where your vehicle is being searched they may decide to plant drugs in your car so they can make an arrest. It’s much better to avoid the things that will get you pulled over in the first place, then avoid the things that will make them want to search your vehicle if you are pulled over. It’s not rocket science.

         
        • Wayne Deja October 25, 2012 at 4:07 pm #

          Mark…For the chronic pot-head,easier said than done..First off,they usually don’t have a full time or steady job,and spending more time than normal driving a vehicle( and usually stoned when they do either selling or looking for more dope)…asking them not to smoke in the vehicle is like asking them not to breath.You say “avoid the things that make Law Enforcement want to search “…Let’s see..probably doing something really dumb to get pulled over in the first place..smelling like a pot plant….acting all stupid and giggly…unable to answer simple questions…a roach or two in the ash trey..a quarter baggie on the dashboard…that’s usually how it goes for pot-heads getting caught…right ?…Like the commercial on T.V. says…That’s why they call it dope..

           
    • Mark October 24, 2012 at 12:09 pm #

      Not me Wayne. Looks like a legit bust to me. Silva looks like he knows he’s in trouble, Wick not so much.

      It’s so easy to get a dr. recommendation there’s no reason not to have one if you smoke or grow pot. I told the Dr. my head hurt when I read Wayne Deja’s posts. Next thing I know I have a Dr. Recommendation for using pot. Yes Wayne I’m joking, but seriously it’s that easy.

      Being legal wouldn’t have helped these too, because it’s still against the law to sell the stuff.

       
      • Wayne Deja October 24, 2012 at 5:17 pm #

        Mark….Let’s be serious….I would bet 65% of those that have med cards either buy for,or share,AND SELL their “medicine” with their friends….and probably goes up to 100% for those that legally grow their own ..making them no better than a dope dealer dealing on the streets.

         
        • amused October 24, 2012 at 7:55 pm #

          I agree, Wayne. A lot of med card holders have some ridiculous made up medical issue so that they can legally buy and sell pot for recreational purposes. Know of a few of them myself because they actually laugh about it. Too bad that they create a bad name for the people with serious conditions such as cancer that can really benefit from the effects that pot can create. These people are actually helped by the appetite stimulation (Munchies) which help offset the nausea from chemo.

           
          • Wayne Deja October 24, 2012 at 10:13 pm #

            amused…..Agree with you 100 % on that…..and it’s a shame how the proposition we all voted yes on,including myself, as a compassionate thing to do for the seriously ill patients,to see what it has turned into in California….a legal license for many to be able to get stoned and high and deal dope to whoever they want…. and to make a tax-free profit as well.I also know more than a couple people that have med cards,and they too joke about what they did and said to get them,ranging in age from 18 to 55… and if I were to want to be making a purchase from any of them,my “medicine” would be delivered in less than a half hour.

             
          • Mark October 25, 2012 at 11:30 am #

            Wayne you need better friends. Friends that grow don’t sell pot to friends. They give it to them for free. All my friends grow and when we have more then we want to have on hand we give it to our American veterans. You see we have real jobs where we earn good pay and would never risk that stability by selling pot to anyone.

            You’re right about anyone being able to get a Dr. Recommendation for pot. And that is exactly why it’s so stupid to not be legal if you’re going to have the stuff in your possession.

             
    • ILovetoFish October 24, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

      looks like its Just another non informative comment by Wayne.

       
    • Eastern Sierra Local October 24, 2012 at 2:08 pm #

      ^^^^^Eh, obviously it was you ^^^^^^

       
  2. Trouble October 24, 2012 at 9:51 pm #

    It’s a herb, stop calling it a drug.

     
  3. ferdinand lopez October 25, 2012 at 9:57 am #

    read the report right,the one dope dealer from L.A.,a convicted felon, caught with narcotics,and the other dummy,who was already under investigation,most likely drug related charges,gets caught in his own home with lots more dope,bad luck for bad people,no more,no less

     
  4. ferdinand lopez October 25, 2012 at 9:58 am #

    it was worth mentioning twice,and spelled correctly

     
  5. Mormons and Pot October 25, 2012 at 11:04 am #

    California came very close recently to being the first state to decriminalize marijuana.
    Then the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Romney’s church) got active and demonized the plant.
    I understand Humboldt County is so progressive, the law enforcement officials turn their heads on this and focus on the more important crimes and misdemeanors of the neighborhood.

     
  6. ferdinand lopez October 25, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

    if you dont think pot is a gateway drug,then you probably went through the gates already,and if you think northern califoria is progressive,youve never been there

     

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