Two Arrested in Lompoc Narcotics Search Warrant

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John T. Hamilton and Kenneth H. Frederick (Photos: SBSO)

Source: Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office

On November 13, 2019, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Special Investigations Unit, with assistance from the Cannabis Compliance Team, executed an arrest warrant and search warrant in Lompoc. The warrant was related to suspected narcotics sales as well as illegal and unlicensed cannabis transportation, processing and sales. The search warrant was served in the 400 block of Coronado Drive after the suspect, 51-year-old Kenneth H. Frederick of Lompoc, was arrested nearby during a car stop. Related to the car stop, 34-year-old John T. Hamilton of Lompoc, was also arrested.

During the search warrant, detectives located approximately one pound of methamphetamine, handgun ammunition, body armor, several pounds of dried and processed marijuana, packaging materials and items of evidence indicative of illegal and undocumented sales. Approximately $30,000 in cash was also seized from the residence.  

Frederick and Hamilton were booked at the Santa Barbara County Jail. Frederick was booked on numerous drug related charges, as well as being a felon in possession of ammunition and body armor with a bail of $250,000.  Hamilton was booked for being a felon in possession of pepper spray with a bail of $20,000.

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a-1575762169 Nov 15, 2019 08:50 AM
Two Arrested in Lompoc Narcotics Search Warrant

COASTWATCH - again, you're wrong. Alcohol is the true gateway drug. No one get's stoned as says, "hey lets get some coke!" Drunk people ALWAYS pursue something stupid, it's the nature of the intoxicant. Stop believing 1950's propaganda.

Factotum Nov 14, 2019 09:45 PM
Two Arrested in Lompoc Narcotics Search Warrant

Thanks a lot, local drug users. Nice company you keep and stick in our midst. Amazing how much discretionary money these people have for drugs, yet demand we use our tax dollars to provide all this extra care for them. Hope the "Cannabis Compliance Team is self-supporting. Good place for market incentives to be put to work.

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