Authorities search for suspect after Paso Robles shooting
San Luis Obispo County sheriff’s deputies arrested a wanted felon Friday afternoon after he allegedly fired a shot into a home in rural Paso Robles earlier that morning.
The shooting occurred at Los Robles Mobile Home Estates near Theatre Drive at about 10 a.m., according to a Sheriff’s Office news release.
A park resident, Jordan Nogo, 28, of Paso Robles, allegedly fired a shot that traveled through his mobile home and into the home next door, the release said. Deputies recovered a bullet at the scene, and no one was injured.
Deputies responded to the scene and contacted Nogo, who reportedly attempted to conceal a handgun in his clothing and then fled the scene, the release said.
He escaped into a creek bed and then drove away in a black Volkswagen Passat sedan, according to the release.
Deputies later received a report that Jordan Nogo was spotted in the area of Ground Squirrel Hollow Road in rural Paso Robles around 2:20 p.m., according to a subsequent sheriff’s news release.
According to the release, deputies initiated a traffic stop at Geneseo Road, where Nogo stopped his car but refused to exit. After prolonged contact with deputies, he left the car and was taken into custody at approximately 3:50 p.m.
A reverse 911 was sent to residents in the area during the standoff, advising them of the situation. School buses were also rerouted.
Nogo was arrested for parole and weapons violations, according to the release. He is not yet listed in the County Jail’s custody database.
Nogo is wanted under a felony warrant for allegedly violating terms of his parole after he failed to attend Drug and Alcohol Services, court records show. Nogo was on post-release community supervision after serving time in prison for felon grand theft.
Prior to that, he served short stints in San Luis Obispo County Jail in 2009 and 2011 for being in possession of stolen property and methamphetamine. His adult criminal record began with a DUI in 2008, court records show.
Tribune photographer Joe Johnston contributed to this report.