April 5, 2016

Search warrant successful

From Sergeant Aaron Wells, Redmond Police Department

Arrests made after search warrant served

Spokesman File Photo

On Friday afternoon, April 1, the Redmond Police Department Street Crimes Unit served a search warrant at 2360 SW Salmon Ave, Redmond. The search warrant was result of a several week’s long investigation into the manufacture, distribution and possession of methamphetamine at this residence. At the completion of the search warrant, approximately 19 grams of methamphetamine were seized along with over $200 in cash, scales and items used to package controlled substances.
Arrested at the residence were Thomas C. Grubb, 32 years of age, and Angela M. Roberts, 34 years of age, both reside at the home where the search warrant was served. Both were arrested for Unlawful Manufacture, Distribution and Possession of Methamphetamine, Frequenting a Residence Where Drugs are Sold/Possessed and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor and lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.
Three children, all under the age of 13 years, were taken into protective custody by Department of Human Services.
The Redmond Police Department is committed to improving the quality of life in our community by addressing drug and child safety issues. The Redmond Police Department Street Crimes Unit was first formed in 2010 thanks to a federally funded grant designed to target suspects who were endangering children through sales and used of controlled substances. When the grant funds ended, the city of Redmond continued to fund the unit. The Street Crimes Unit continues to target suspects who distribute and possess controlled substances and endanger the lives of minor children as well as other quality of life crimes such as theft and burglary.

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