March 14, 2017

Ten arrested in Redmond drug bust

From Redmond Police Department:
 Amanda Hammond
Nicole Detroit

On March 13, 2017, at approximately 10:09 PM, Officers from the Redmond Police Department, Redmond Police Department Street Crimes Unit and Detectives from the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team, executed a search warrant at 2056 SW 32nd Ct., Redmond, Oregon. Jacob Hill, Samuel Hill, and Nicole Detroit were located and arrested at the residence during the execution of the search warrant. While executing the search warrant Elizabeth Peters left the residence and was located nearby hiding within a neighbor’s property; she too was subsequently arrested. The warrant was in regards to an ongoing drug investigation at the residence.


During a search of the residence and of persons inside, the following items were located: methamphetamine and heroin, as well as packaging equipment and paraphernalia. The following people were arrested regarding this investigation:   

Amanda Hammond, 28 Redmond
Shane Bei, 28, Prineville
Eric Durbin, 36 Prineville
Patrick Higgins, 59 Bend
Marcus Thornsberry, 45 Bend
Jacob Hill, 31 Redmond
Nicole Detroit, 28 Redmond
Samuel Hill, 28 Redmond
Elizabeth Peters, 31 Prineville
Johnny Walker, 34 Bend

Amanda Hammond:


  • PCS Heroin
  • PCS Methamphetamine
  • Felony Warrant

Shane Bei:


  • PCS Heroin

Eric Durbin:


  • Probation Violation




Patrick Higgins:


  • PCS Schedule II Controlled Substance
  • PCS Schedule IV Controlled Substance

Marcus Thornsberry:

  • PCS Heroin

Jacob Hill:


  • PCS / DCS Heroin
  • PCS / DCS Methamphetamine
  • Frequenting A Place Where Drugs Are Used/Sold
  • Felon In Possession Of A Restricted Weapon

Nicole Detroit:


  • PCS Heroin
  • Frequenting A Place Where Drugs Are Used/Sold
  • Felony Warrant

Samuel Hill:


  • PCS Heroin
  • Frequenting A Place Where Drugs Are Used/Sold

Elizabeth Peters:


  • Felony Warrant
  • Frequenting A Place Where Drugs Are Used/Sold

Johnny Walker:



  • Parole Violation

The Redmond Police Department is committed to making Redmond one of the safest communities in Oregon by improving the quality of life in our community. One way we can improve the quality of life is by having no tolerance for illegal drug activities. With the support and assistance of our community members, we can continue to work together to combat the illegal drug activities in our community. If anyone has drug information they would like to share, please contact the Redmond Police Department at (541)504-3400, or through the non-emergency dispatch number at (541) 693-6911. The Redmond Police Department would like to thank you in advance for any information received in this manner.

The Redmond Police Department would like to thank the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team (CODE) and Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance with this investigation.

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