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SW Redmond drug raid leads to 10 arrests


A day of surveillance and a Thursday night drug raid on a mobile home in southwest Redmond led to the arrest of 10 Redmond residents – including a 14-year-old girl – and the seizure of about 13 grams of methamphetamine, police said Friday.

Redmond police developed information throughout Thursday indicating several people with outstanding arrest warrants were in a home at the Sun Haven Mobile Home Park on Southwest 28th Street, along with methamphetamine, said police Lt. Curtis Chambers.

The evidence led the Redmond Police Street Crimes Unit to apply for a search warrant, Chambers said.

While that was in process, several people seen leaving the home or who otherwise were associated with it were contacted by police. Six of them were arrested on warrants or new drug-related crimes:

Devonne Dunnigan, 19, held at the Deschutes County Jail on Friday without bail on a parole violation warrant; Charlene Norris, 36, held without bail on a probation violation warrant and also charged with meth possession, third-degree theft, criminal trespass and criminal mischief; Ronald Jimenez, 22, charged with meth possession and frequenting a place where drugs are used, released on his own recognizance; William Wood, 51, held on $45,000 bail, charged with meth possession, driving with a suspended license, burglary, criminal mischief and theft; Alexa Stuart, 18, charged with meth possession and frequenting and apparently cited in lieu of custody; and Jessica Stevens, 35, held on $40,000 bail on meth possession, delivery and manufacture charges.

The search warrant was executed shortly after 9 p.m. Thursday, and Chambers said evidence of drug use and sale was found and four people arrested:

Jacob Stencil, 22, held without bail on a parole violation warrant, also charged with meth and heroin possession and frequenting; the 14-year-old girl, detained on an outstanding warrant and a frequenting charge; and Tanner Bauldree, 19, and Heather Bass, 36, both charged with frequenting a place where drugs are used but not in jail Friday, records showed.

The 10 people were arrested on 22 new crimes or arrest warrants. Chambers said 16 officers were involved, both patrol officers and Street Crimes Unit, during the day-long operation.

Chambers said the Redmond Police Department Street Crimes Unit is made up of patrol officers and detectives and is an additional duty assignment beyond their patrol or detective roles.

Police asked that citizens report suspicious activity and/or suspected drug activity in their neighborhood by calling the county’s non-emergency dispatch phone numbers, 541-693-6911, to speak with an officer.

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