SISTERS, OR -- Two Bend teens are suspected of trafficking large quantities of narcotics throughout the region. Cylyx Spaethe and Adrienne Haskett were arrested last week during a traffic stop near Sisters.
According to the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team, Spaethe traveled frequently to the Willamette Valley to get drugs he planned to sell in Deschutes County. When the pair was stopped by State Police, investigators found cocaine, mushrooms, marijuana, LSD, ecstasy and butane honey oil extract in the car, along with a firearm and evidence of the sale and manufacturing of drugs.
More drugs were found during a search of the Bend apartment where the two 18-year-olds live.