REDMOND, OR -- A father and son were arrested by the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team this week, following a long-term investigation. CODE detectives believe 64-year-old David Hanegraaf Sr. and 45-year-old David Hanegraaf Jr. were trafficking fentanyl into the area.
After a sruveillance operation, the pair was arrested in or near vehicles as they left their homes in Redmond and Sisters. Search warrants were then executed at both locations, where investigators say they found fentanyl, cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms, multiple guns and cash. A large commercial illegal marijuana grow and BHO lab were also dismantled at the Sisters home of Hanegraaf Sr., where a third man was arrested.
Detectives say 54-year-old William Pelham lived in an RV and tended the marijuana grow at the property. He's accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Hanegraaf Sr. is charged with Unlawful delivery of a schedule II-controlled substance, Unlawful possession of a schedule II-controlled substance, Unlawful delivery of cocaine and Unlawful possession of cocaine. Hanegraaf Jr. is charged with Unlawful delivery of a schedule II-controlled substance, Unlawful possession of a schedule II-controlled substance.