Glendora police arrest father and son on weapons, drug charges

Deputies arrested a father and son after finding an assault weapon and a small amount of drugs at a home Wednesday night.
Sheriff’s Lt. Andy Berg said a parole compliance team from the sheriff’s department served a search warrant in the 1100 block of Gladstone Street around 7 p.m.
He didn’t know what type of assault weapon the team found at the location.
Investigators declined to say what type of drug was discovered at the house.
Berg said Richard Reese Pack, 31, was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance for sale and possession of an assault weapon.
Pack’s father, 62-year-old Richard Elmo Pack, was arrested on suspicion of possessing an assault weapon and a high capacity magazine, according to Berg.
The two men were booked at the sheriff’s San Dimas station.
– Ruby Gonzales
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  • Rich Pack

    As is the case with any news agency, time is never taken to provide any type of update or retraction after an article like this. So I will provide this information.
    After a completely unprofessional investigation by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s department, no charges were ever filed against anyone involved since no illegal items were actually recovered during this raid. An innocent families name was tarnished, a family pet was pestered and pepper sprayed by sheriff’s deputies, and property was damaged unnecessarily.