APD narcotics operation results in arrest of three individuals, summons for fourth


ALAMOSA – Detectives with the Alamosa Police Department (APD) carried out a narcotics operation on Friday, resulting in the arrest of two men and one woman and a summons in the case of a fourth person for resisting and obstructing.

In the course of executing a search warrant at 1703 Sunset Drive related to illegal drug activities, APD detectives came into contact with four individuals inside the residence.

Bryan Gallardo, 35, of Alamosa was taken into custody for an active drug warrant out of Alamosa County.

Donald Atencio Jr., 34, of Monte Vista was taken into custody for Unlawful Possession of a schedule I and II Controlled Substance, Unlawful Distribution of a schedule I and schedule II Controlled Substance, and special offender weapon violation.

Debbie Gurule, 28, also of Monte Vista was taken into custody for Unlawful Possession of a schedule I and II Controlled Substance, Unlawful Distribution of a schedule I and schedule II Controlled Substance, special offender weapon violation, tampering with physical evidence and obstructing government operations.

Ryan Trujillo, 36, of Alamosa was released with a summons for resisting and obstructing.

APD Detectives located two firearms, suspected methamphetamine and suspected heroin along with items used to distribute and consume narcotics within the residence.

Gallardo, Atencio and Gurule were all transported to the Alamosa County Detention Center.

APD encourages anyone who suspects illegal activities occurring within their neighborhood to contact APD’s investigations division or leave an anonymous tip through the City of Alamosa website.

 

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