Narcotics warrant served outside of Raymond

The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office and the Grays Harbor County Drug Task Force joined together on Friday to serve a narcotics warrant at a home on State Route 101. This warrant was a result of a lengthy investigation into the sale of methamphetamine from the home north of Raymond.

During the search, detectives found a substantial amount of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, and cash. A 43 year old suspect was arrested at the scene for two counts of delivery of methamphetamine and one count of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. A 31 year old woman was also arrested at the scene for an outstanding Department of Corrections warrant.

Pat Matlock, Chief Criminal Deputy said that the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office, Grays Harbor Drug Task Force, Raymond Police, the Shoalwater Bay Tribal Police, the Washington State Patrol and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife all assisted in the search.




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