The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office wrapped up an 11-month long narcotics investigation that landed two man in jail. According to a press release, detectives served a search warrant on a car driven by 38-year-old Jesse Talaugon. That turned up 2.5 pounds of meth, pre-packaged baggies of suspected heroin, as well as suspected fentanyl, and $4,000 cash. Last week a search warrant was served deputies served a search warrant at Talaugon’s home in San Luis Obispo that he shared with Timothy Moore. There they seized roughly 10 pounds of meth, about three-quarters of a kilo of heroin, and two handguns. Both are facing several drug and weapons charges.