BEND, OR -- Central Oregon Drug Enforcement officers took two Prineville men into custody early Wednesday morning, in connection with the trafficking of methamphetamine. They arrested 41-year-old Toby Horn (pictured) and 43-year-old Todd Poling after a traffic stop on Highway 20, west of Bend.
CODE Detectives say the two drove to Salem and purchased the meth, and were returning to the Prineville area to sell it. During the traffic stop, a police K9 found narcotics in the car, along with two-ounces of meth and other evidence of the sale and manufacturing of meth.
Horn and Poling were lodged at the Deschutes County Jail.