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Two People Arrested After EPCSO Witnesses Suspicious Activity At Hotel

Two People Arrested After EPCSO Witnesses Suspicious Activity At Hotel
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POSTED: Monday, March 28, 2011 - 12:58pm

UPDATED: Monday, March 28, 2011 - 1:18pm

EL PASO— Two people were arrested after El Paso County Sheriff's deputies allege the couple was involved with street level narcotics.

EPCSO “observed suspicious activity” in the 6100 block of Gateway West. Deputies began monitoring the area, and within minutes saw more activity that appeared to be related to street level narcotics. EPCSO deputies then conducted a “knock and talk” at the hotel room, and were greeted by Cynthia Mendoza, 21, and William Taylor, 22.

Deputies obtained a search warrant for the hotel room and one of the subject's vehicle. Deputies found a loaded handgun and marijuana. Mendoza was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with bond set at $300. Taylor was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, assault on a public servant, resisting arrest, and tampering with evidence. The numerous bonds set against him total $4,000.   

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Another case for legalization of marijuana, as these two look and sound like fine, upstanding citizens ready to contribute good things to society...

The heart of the wise man goes in the right direction; but the heart of a foolish man in the wrong.
Ecclesiastes 10:2
And when the foolish man is walking in the way, he has no sense and lets everyone see that he is foolish.
Ecclesiastes 10:2

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