Paso Robles police arrested four people Saturday on suspicion of heroin possession and having outstanding warrants.
At about 6:45 p.m., detectives on patrol on the 2000 block of Vine Street saw Shane Reed Parker, 27, sitting with three other Paso Robles residents in a garage. Parker and the others each had outstanding warrants for their arrest on various charges, police Sgt. Todd Rehner said.
A subsequent search of the garage led to the discovery of a half-gram of heroin, police said. Another half-gram allegedly was found in the clothing of one of the suspects, police said.
Zane Allen Cokely, 28, and Julianna Lynn Bryant, 19, were booked into San Luis Obispo County Jail on suspicion of felony possession of a controlled substance. Cokely remained in jail Tuesday afternoon on $5,000 bail, but Bryant was no longer listed in custody.
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Parker was booked on his outstanding felony warrant and remained in custody Tuesday without bail.