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A couple of Eugene Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit officers were assigned to later night shifts intermittently and have some great results EPD wants to share. Below is a synopsis of cases they have put together during the past six months.

January – 

Anthony Andreotti search warrant service. January 12, 2022, 1600 block of Ferry Street

Andreotti was suspected of selling pound-level amounts of methamphetamine and large quantities of blue pills labeled as Oxycodone but suspected to be counterfeit fentanyl pills.

Based on Andreotti`s past history of possessing firearms and the location proximity to South Eugene High School and the University of Oregon, Eugene Police SWAT served the warrant and was assisted by the Eugene Police Drone Team.

Charges: Unlawful Possession Controlled Substance Methamphetamine (Commercial Drug Offense) and UPCS Heroin (Commercial Drug Offense). Case 22-00639

  • More than 425 grams of methamphetamine
  • More than 350 grams of heroin or suspected heroin mixed with fentanyl powder
  • Operational digital scale with packaging material
  • ID Cards
  • Credit cards
  • Forged credit cards
  • Forged checks

Kory Paul Miller search warrant service 22-01703, January 31, 2022, 300 block of Santa Clara Avenue. Kory Paul Miller was suspected of selling up to a pound of methamphetamines from his residence at Santa Clara Avenue.

Charges: two counts of Felon in Possession of a Firearm, UPCS Methamphetamine (Commercial Drug Offense), UPCS Heroin (Commercial Drug Offense)

 – More than 200 grams of methamphetamine (Detection by K9) 
  – More than 20 grams of heroin  (Detection by K9)
  – One 9 millimeter handgun 
  – One .223/5.56 semi-automatic firearm
  – Packaging material/operational digital scales/rubber bands

 – Recovered stolen laptop 

February – 

Nicolas Carl Norene search warrant service 22-03149, February 23, 2022, 200 block of W. 8th Avenue. SCU investigated a residential burglary that occurred on February 12, 2022, and developed information Norene was involved. 

Charges: Burglary in the First Degree, Identity Theft and Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card (Case 22-03149), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (Case 22-02577), and felony Possession of Methamphetamines (Case 22-03383).

Kelly Dean Callen search warrant service 22-01455

SCU officers conducted a weapons and narcotics investigation at 1700 block of Grove Street

Charges: Tamper with Physical Evidence, and Frequenting a Place Where Controlled Substances are Used. This was a community impact case only, drug paraphernalia, gun parts, unrelated evidence for VCU case (Online Sexual Corruption case and suspect)

March – 

Raymond Martin Kennedy vehicle search warrant 22-03826, March 8, 2022, 1700 block of Evergreen Drive. Kennedy was suspected of selling and distributing pound-level amounts of methamphetamine.

Charges: Felon in Possession of a Firearm

 – handgun seized, packaging material, $2,800 cash

April – 

Jeffrey Lee Holloway search warrant service 22-02645, February 15, 2022

An investigation regarding narcotics at 1700 block of Evergreen Drive.

Charges Possession of Methamphetamine Prior Felony Conviction, Delivery of Methamphetamine

 – More than 35 grams of methamphetamine

 – More than 12 grams of cocaine

 – More than 3 pounds of psilocybin mushrooms

May – 

Kenneth Wayne Riley search warrant service 22-06549, April 27, 2022

A narcotics and firearms investigation at 4200 block of Royal Avenue and 4000 block of Kildare Street

Charges: Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Delivery of Heroin within 1,000 Feet of a School, warrants

 – More than 23 grams of cocaine 
  – More than 18 grams of heroin 
  – More than 11 grams of methamphetamine 
  – Operational digital scale and packaging material
  – $4,850 US currency from one wallet
  – $1,119 US currency from another wallet
  – $40 counterfeit US currency
  – More than 40 Suboxone strips
  – One .380 handgun
  – One .40 caliber handgun

June – 

Raymond Martin Kennedy search warrant service 22-08266, May 31, 2022, 500 block of Ruskin Street

Charges: Possession Heroin Commercial Offense, Possession Methamphetamine Commercial Offense, Possession/Manufacture/Delivery Controlled Substance Schedule 1, Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

 – More than 84 grams of methamphetamine 
  – More than 270 grams of heroin 
  – More than 165 grams of suspected fentanyl pills marked M30 (approximately 1,900 pills)
  – One 22 magnum firearm
  – North American Arms 5 shot 22 magnum derringer style handgun
  – $1,920 in US Currency
  – Operational digital scales and packaging material


Daniel Avery Graham/Amanda Thersa Prozinski vehicle search warrant 22-09801, 1600 block of Franklin Boulevard, June 29, 2022


Charges: Possession Methamphetamine Commercial Offense, Possession Heroin Commercial Offense, Possession Cocaine Commercial Drug Offense, Possession/Manufacture/Delivery Controlled Substance Schedule 1, 12+ grams Psilocybin

 – 1,020 grams methamphetamine 
  – More than 160 grams of heroin
  – More than 57 grams of cocaine
  – More than 391 grams of M30 blue pills, suspected fentanyl, approximately 3,000+ pills
  – Operational digital scale and packaging material, both used and new
  – $410 US currency


 – More than 15 grams of methamphetamine

 – More than 3 grams of heroin

 – 5 blue pills (suspected fentanyl)

July – 

Hannah Lee Thompson capture 22-10061, July 4, 2022, 1600 block of Taney Street

Thompson had multiple warrants and active Attempts to Locate (ATL) with probable cause attached for several felony crimes

Charges: 10 counts of Identity Theft, one count of Aggravated Identity Theft, Theft in the Second Degree, two warrants.

Carlos Ramon Johnson arrest 22-10060, July 3, 2022, 3000 block of Aerial Way

Charges: Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession Methamphetamine (5+ grams, Felony)

 – two handguns 

 – 70 grams of methamphetamine

Eugene Police Street Crimes Unit

The SCU has been focusing on prolific offenders, who are identified through intelligence-based policing, public tips and other sources. They have been proactively responding across the city to quality of life issues as they arise, using all available resources and partners such as community groups, neighborhood associations and city services. SCU is dedicated to targeting immediate and acute community safety system issues while working toward mission-critical enhancements that need to be addressed through a longer-term and broader community safety initiative. The unit currently consists of a lieutenant, a sergeant and five officers, including one officer with a drug detection K9.

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