On September 15, 2009, Members of the BINTF and the BCSO Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) executed a search warrant at 250 Mather Lane, Oroville, California.  This is the residence of Greggary Scott TAYLOR, age 48, of Oroville, California.

The Attorney General’s, Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement operates 48 regional narcotic task forces statewide.  The Butte Interagency Narcotics Task Force (BINTF) is a cooperative effort between the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE), the Butte County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO), the Butte County District Attorney’s Office (BCDA), the Butte County Probation Department (BCPD), the Chico Police Department (CPD), the Gridley Biggs Police Department (GBPD), the Oroville Police Department (OPD), and the Paradise Police Department (PPD).  The mission of BINTF is to disrupt, dismantle, and diminish the flow of drugs and their proceeds, in Butte County.


On September 15, 2009, Members of the BINTF and the BCSO Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) executed a search warrant at 250 Mather Lane, Oroville, California.  This is the residence of Greggary Scott TAYLOR, age 48, of Oroville, California.  Found as a result of the search warrant was a clandestine methamphetamine laboratory, 1.0 grams net weight of Methamphetamine, eight growing healthy marijuana plants and ammunition.  Greggary Scott TAYLOR did not have a Proposition 215 recommendation to grow or possess marijuana.


Greggary Scott TAYLOR was arrested for the clandestine manufacturing of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of narcotic smoking paraphernalia, cultivation of marijuana, possession for sales of marijuana, and possession of ammunition by a prohibited person.  Greggary Scott TAYLOR was transported and booked into the Butte County Jail.  Bail was set at $170,000.00.


Persons suspecting their friends, associates, or family members are using or selling controlled substances are encouraged to call the BINTF-N tip line, in Chico, at 891-3268 or the BINTF-S Secret Witness line in Oroville, at 538-3784.  More information on methamphetamine abuse can be found on the Butte County Sheriff’s Office Website at 2stopmeth.org.