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REDMOND, OR -- Seven people face drug-related charges, following an investigation in northwest Redmond, by the Sheriff’s Office Community Action Target (CAT) Team. The eight-person team began looking into suspected meth and heroin possession and sales at a home on NW Oak Avenue after neighbors complained about suspicious activity. 


This week, the CAT team arrested the seven suspects during traffic stops conducted as they left the targeted area:
  • Andrew Johnston, a 33-year-old Redmond man, is charged with Meth possession and delivery, Heroin possession, supplying contraband, Felon in possession of a restricted weapon, Driving while suspended and an outstanding warrant for a parole violation;
  • Shawna Parck, age 37, from Eugene, was arrested for Meth and Heroin possession;
  • Breanne Peters, age 26, of Redmond, is charged with Heroin possession and violating her probation;
  • Jacob Richter, a 20-year-old Culver man, is accused of possessing, manufacturing and delivering Heroin, providing false information to police and an out of county warrant;
  • Milo Cross, a 37-year-old Redmond man was cited for Heroin possession;
  • Cameron Shelby, age 29, of Terrebonne, was cited for Meth possession;
  • Kayla Monson, age 26, of Prineville, was cited for Meth and Heroin possession. 
The Sheriff's Office says the investigation continues into unlawful possession and sales of controlled substances in the area of NW Oak. 

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