Seven Detained as Eureka POP Serves Search Warrant in the 1600 Block of 4th Street This Morning

Blue house with flowers

House where POP served a search warrant this morning. [Photo by Oliver Cory]

Eureka Police DepartmentMultiple Eureka POP officers are serving a search warrant in the 1600 block of 4th Street this morning. The operation began about 9:30 a.m. and was still ongoing as of 11:30 a.m. “Seven were detained,” according to Brittany Powell, a spokesperson for the Eureka Police.

No one is “fully in custody yet,” said Powell. We’ll update when we know more.

UPDATE 11:47 a.m.: Powell tells us that now four are in custody and being transported to jail.

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17 comments

  • Thanks, Kym! It looked scary.

  • That doesn’t look like your typical drug house looks like a grandma lives there ,but looks can be deaciving. That’s urban camo

  • Are those hippie flowers,no there sunflowers.those flowers look happy.lol

  • Since no one knows anything, perhaps this is premature?

  • Well, now, wait a minute before you jump to conclusions about drugs. We don’t yet know what they were arrested for. If, however, I wanted to disguise illegal activity of any kind, I’d go for that decorating scheme, too.

    • Carl Campbell Jr.

      This shithole is a den of scum and villainy. The [edit] that lives there likes to steal people’s motorbikes then run home and hide behind his girlfriend, who had to get off work to deal with the situation of bike owner and cops at the door with reciept for the stolen property and camera footage of the theft in hand. M L, you are a thieving punk ass coward. What?

    • Henchman Of Justice

      Disguises? It seems doing nothing to the house blends it in with the environment.

      Dressing up a house as if it is Halloween or Thanksgiving every day is a dead giveaway.

      Maybe, real flowers would show someone actually toiled the soil instead of the kmart special purchase……..but hey, sales taxes were paid, lol.

  • No body arrested yet only detained

    • Update from EPD says four in custody.

      • Henchman Of Justice

        Wondering how long the list is for people detained or in custody, maybe under arrest…….BUT NEVER CHARGED.

        HOW MUCH MONEY IS WASTED FOR ROUNDING PEOPLE UP, BUT NO CHARGES FILED?

        “X” = number of people detained.

        “Y” = number of people arrested.

        “Z” = number of people “charged with an offense”

        “Z-Y” = number of people falsely arrested and imprisoned.

        Of course, nothing really to track or quantify personal experiences of police brutality other than free speech. In the course (coarse???) of law enforcement, how many instances of police brutality occured? Before versus after body cams?

        Is there a website exclusive to audio, video playback of examples of police brutality, fraudulant police reporting, etc….people need to know the truths about crooked, deceitful piece of shit gubbamint employees.

  • What does POP stand for? Probation officers & police?

    • AnonymousHumboldtian

      Problem Oriented Policing

    • Problem Oriented Policing.

      Rather than solely respond to crimes in progress, they focus on community complaints. If 4 neighboring houses complain about 24/7 foot traffic at a house and drugs being sold on the sidewalk, these would be the group of cops that investigate it.

      • Henchman Of Justice

        How did 4 as an arbitrary number get selected?

        So, if 4 neighbors (for whatever reason) decide to conspire against one neighbor just because they can, then the one neighbor is actually being harrassed and bullied.

        Let’s hope a crapload of evidence is analyzed prior to disturbing the peace of one neighbor using pop.

        Anyone who has ever had a lying sack of shit as neighbor(s) understand’s HOJ’s application of “in all fairness, it can work both ways doctrine”, especially in a neighborhood less than 4 neighboring houses.

        Minor subdivisions = 3 or less neighboring houses.

        Rural is spread out.

      • It sounds like a great neighborhood watch program. Thanks for the info.

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