SAPD busts two; confiscates meth, heroin, paraphernalia, cash and a car

The San Angelo Police Department’s Intelligence Division served a search warrant on a residence in the 3200 block of Webster Street Tuesday and found a cache of narcotics in the home.

During the execution of the warrant, Police Service Dog Duke was utilized and indicated that there were narcotics inside the residence. Duke’s hit led officers to locate and confiscate approximately one lb. of methamphetamine and approximately 14 grams of heroin. Officers also found drug paraphernalia, currency and seized a vehicle.

The Duke

Thirty-nine year old Gregory Dion Garivay, the suspect named in the warrant, was located driving a 2001 white Chevrolet Camaro at Knickerbocker Road and Loop 306. He was taken into custody without incident.

At the time the search warrant was executed, 38-year old Bianca Estelle Gutierrez, was inside the Webster Street residence and detained pending the outcome of the investigation.

Based on the investigation, Garivay and Gutierrez were charged with manufacture delivery of controlled substance Penalty Group 1 (4 grams-200 grams) and manufacture delivery of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1 (400 grams). Garivay was also charged on an outstanding parole violation warrant.

In a release from the SAPD, Chief Tim Vasquez said, “This is great work by our Special Operations Section. In recent weeks, our SOS and Narcotics team have not been given the credit they deserve. This is a great example of our units supplementing each other and getting the job done. I am very proud of them all.”