Four Crook County residents were arrested and jailed Sunday on methamphetamine-related charges, the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team reported Tuesday.
According to a news release, detectives with the CODE team executed a search warrant early Sunday at 5650 Lone Pine Road, part of a long-term investigation into methamphetamine trafficking.
The search of the home between Prineville and Terrebonne turned up 1.2 pounds of methamphetamine with a street value of $25,000, the release stated, as well as scales, packaging materials, records and other evidence of the sale and manufacturing of methamphetamine.
Detectives arrested four people — Colt Sipp, 46, Larry Bush, 49, Terri Goodling, 43, and Michelle Lancaster, 47, all Crook County residents.
Sipp and Goodling were both charged with unlawful possession, distribution and manufacture of methamphetamine, as well as conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. Sipp faces additional charges of conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine and outstanding warrants.
Bush and Lancaster were both charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, with Bush facing additional charges for outstanding warrants.
All four suspects were lodged at the Crook County jail.