Law Enforcement Searching Vehicle in Laytonville

Officers are transferring items from a civilian vehicle to a white van.

Officers are transferring items from a civilian vehicle to a white van. [Crop of a photo by a reader]

Mendocino County Sheriff’s deputies assisted by two California Highway Patrol officers had gold suburban pulled over by the intersection of Branscomb Road and Hwy 101 in Laytonville at approximately 3:30 p.m.

According to a witness, officers were “Unloading gold suburban into white police van. Not sure what in boxes and paper bags…Rubber gloves being used to pick up whatever they found.”

Please remember that information gathered from initial reports is subject to revision as more facts become available.

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11 comments

  • fire wood by the looks of things

  • Just curious. How does one unload a gold suburban into a police van? Seems like they’d need a trailer or something. Now the CONTENTS of the gold suburban is another story. Sorry but i am a geek of sorts always on a mission to seek clarification of the written word. Cheers.

    • If it is clear enough, it is good enough. Since it was unloading the Suburban into, not loading the Suburban onto, there is little chance for confusion in reality as everyone knows what is possible.

    • Muddy Black Dodge

      Upp fire wood…

    • When a source is messaging on a phone with information of interest, I’ll bet even the most hardcore language geek would say,”Thank you very much.” I did.

  • Maybe its another one of those mystery roadside contraband seizures. Straight from theirs into theirs. No middleman.

  • Report real news!

    Looks like the reporter blows shit out of proportion. Creates a whole lot of fake drama as real news!!!!
    DONT BELIEVE WHAT YOU READ. PAY ATTENTION TO KEY WORDS LIKE BELIEVED TO BE. FALSE NEWS REPORTING AS FAR AS I CAN SEE.

    • Biscuits & gravy

      Seeing as you started this up on the article about the child left in a vehicle, ultimately causing its long and painful death; Your friend cooked that baby. Bashing everything Kym writes about doesn’t change that.

  • It wasn’t a vehicle stop. They were raiding the business “Bob’s One Stop Shop,” a head shop of sorts. Rumor around town is they sold cannabis products to minors and they didn’t have a permit to sell such products in the first place. Also heard they might have been selling a lot more than ganja…

  • That’s Bobs One Stop Shop at the corner of Dos Rios Rd. and Hwy 101. I drove by this at about 1600 hrs and was wondering what was going on. :-/

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