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Police arrest alleged drug dealer in San Mateo
February 07, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Gary Miranda

Yvette Matos

A midnight stop by a San Mateo police officer Wednesday led to the arrests of man and woman who were found with a variety of drugs and weapons, according to San Mateo police.

Police contacted and arrested convicted felon Gary Miranda, a 42-year-old San Francisco resident, for being under the influence of drugs on the 200 block of North Bayshore Boulevard, according to police.

Police then searched Miranda’s car and a nearby hotel room he was staying in and discovered marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and prescription pills packaged for sale. Police also found a stolen and loaded handgun and other weapons in Miranda’s car, according to police.

Yvette Matos, a 29-year-old transient who was staying in the hotel room with Miranda, was arrested for being in possession and under the influence of drugs. Miranda was charged for being under the influence of drugs and in possession with the intent to sell drugs as well as felony possession of a firearm. Both were booked into county jail, according to police.

 

 

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