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.

    • Trevor McKissick

      It’s all good, probably some person that made some bs report that was messing with you. This “news” story is hardly worth of people that know you and your father. Speaking of which, I need your help with a project I’m working on. reach out to me, trevsjunk2@galaxytele.com

      • R2theP

        I will! Maybe I can work off the legal fees I paid my Excellent attorney Dennis Kuntz to help clear the arrest record that never resulted in a conviction.
        Apparently the fact that the deputy sheriff (Bryan Lamb) involved in tarnishing my name created a clear conflict of interest from the start was not enough to raise flags with the Los Angeles County Sheriffs department. The fact we graduated the same year, and had ties since juinor high was not looked into.

        • Trevor McKissick

          Wait.. Bryan Lamb, the guy I played baseball with at charter oak?

          • R2theP

            Everything is public record. And yes cross eyed Bryan Lamb. The little bit of faith I have in our system is due to the fact that the District Attorney was aware of this and refused to take the case.

          • Trevor McKissick

            This is clearly a case of bias based on prior history between you two probably something to do with that girl you guys were engaged with in high school. I’ll be sure to write a note to the admin of this page to remove this article or redact everything about you and your family under the pretense there were never any charges filed in addition to the conflict of interest. What was done to you was extremely unethical.

          • Trevor McKissick

            In addition you may have a case against the department to have your legal fees reimbursed in addition to time and suffering to the assault on your character.

          • R2theP

            I am not looking for reparations. I would only like an updated account of the outcome and the facts to what actually occurred to be highlighted.

          • Trevor McKissick

            Moderator, please update this article according to the facts, there’s enough fake news out there already. I can rewrite this article for you in it’s honesty if you like.

          • R2theP

            If you dont mind. Please let me know if I need to involve my attorney.

          • R2theP

            I would greatly appreciate that. I later learned that it was the prior knowledge that my father and I were firearm enthusiasts ended up being enough to provide a foundation for the LASD to bypass BATF by claiming drugs were involved thereby allowing them to pursue a warrant on their own.

          • Trevor McKissick

            That’s pretty incredible. Well I guess nobody is immune from the law, especially if they want you to suffer. How were you supposed to know that the ex-girl friend of a guy would become a cop and make an attempt to destroy your family. Nobody is perfect, but destoying people and putting their loving parents through this as a personal vendetta is crime Lord status. We don’t need peace officers with that kind of mentality. If that is the case in which I think it is, the said “peace officers” should get a job as an assassin for the CIA if they would take them. But don’t you have to have perfect vision? Kind of a stab – but still true, obviously an attack on you. Not cool

          • R2theP

            This was all under Sheriff Lee Baca’s watch. Do the math.

          • R2theP

            On May 12, 2017, Baca was sentenced to three years in federal prison for his role in a scheme to obstruct an FBI investigation of abuses in county jails. Baca is free on appeal.

          • Trevor McKissick

            Get sentenced to jail for 50 days based on a 10% sentence rate (5 days), Baca changes it to 85% in 2009 (39 days) for driving on a suspended license. Imo that guy deserves life in prison for how many peoples lives he affected.