San Francisco Corrections Officer Left Glock and Cocaine Behind on Family Disneyland Trip: DA
A fanny pack with a loaded Glock 20 handgun and .45 grams of cocaine that was accidentally left in an Anaheim hotel room earlier this month was linked to a San Francisco juvenile corrections officer who was on a family vacation to Disneyland.
Robert Dandrea Minor now could find himself on the other side of adult corrections officers, inside a prison cell for four years. That's what the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) essentially says in a statement this afternoon that indicates the 51-year-old resident of Hercules is charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance with a firearm.
Minor, who is employed by the San Francisco Probation Department, allegedly checked out of the Hilton Hotel in Anaheim on June 5 before the fanny pack was found and hotel security contacted the Anaheim Police Department, according to the OCDA.
Further investigation led to Minor's arrest, but he currently is not in custody, prosecutors say. The OCDA notes $25,000 bail will be requested at Minor's scheduled arraignment on
Monday morning July 29 in Fullerton.
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