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News Release
Community Action Target Team Focuses on Unincorporated NW Redmond (Photo) - 08/08/18

Released by:  Sgt. William Bailey – Public Information Officer

Release Date:  August 8, 2018 


The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) utilized the Community Action Target Team, or CATT, yesterday afternoon in NW Redmond, focusing on the unlawful possession and sale of controlled substances.  The CATT patrol used both marked and unmarked vehicles during the operation.  The eight person team, including DCSO Street Crimes detectives and uniformed patrol deputies, made seven arrests associated with the targeted patrol.

This targeted patrol of the unincorporated area of NW Redmond focused on vehicles leaving from NW Oak Ave, in addition to other nearby residences.  This area was targeted after the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office received information from community members living in the area about suspected drug activity occurring at a residence on NW Oak Ave.  All subjects arrested were subsequent to traffic stops on vehicles leaving the targeted area.  The CATT was supported by K9 Ezel and his partner Deputy Jeremiah Johnson.  Ezel is dual certified in the State of Oregon in both drug detection and apprehension.  The following individuals were arrested during the targeted patrol.

  • Andrew M. Johnston       Age: 33          Redmond, OR          Charges: Unlawful Possession an Delivery of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Possession of Heroin, Supplying Contraband, Felon in Possession a Restricted Weapon, Driving While Suspended, Parole Violation Warrant
  • Shawna M Parck   Age: 37          Eugene, OR  Charges: Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and Heroin
  • Breanne K. Peters Age: 26          Redmond, OR          Charges: Unlawful Possession of Heroin and Probation Violation
  • Jacob E. Richter               Age: 20          Culver, OR    Charges: Unlawful Possess, Manufacture and Delivery of Heroin, False Information to a Police Officer, and Out of County Warrant for Dangerous Drugs
  • Milo B. Cross         Age: 37          Redmond, OR          Charges: Unlawful Possession of Heroin (Released by Citation)
  • Cameron Shelby   Age: 29          Terrebonne, OR      Charges: Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine (Released by Citation)
  • Kayla M. Monson  Age: 26          Prineville, OR           Charges: Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and Heroin (Released by Citation)

The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is committed to community safety and addressing quality of life issues for the citizens and visitors of Deschutes County.  The CATT will be utilized in an ongoing basis to focus on areas within Deschutes County needing additional enforcement in the areas of distracted driving, illegal drug possession and sales, theft, trespass and criminal mischief issues.  The team will utilize a number of patrol and investigative platforms, including marked and unmarked patrol vehicles, in addition to foot and bicycle patrols.  We will have deputies in uniform and wearing plain clothes, whichever is best suited to accomplish these proactive patrols.

Sheriff L. Shane Nelson said, “I am very pleased with the results of the Community Action Target Team so far.  I look forward to the ongoing proactive efforts of this team and our future targeted patrols to ensure public safety in Deschutes County.”

The investigation into the unlawful possession and sales of controlled substances in the area of NW Oak Avenue is ongoing.

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