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Frustrated Eugene neighbors called Eugene Police to report residents in their neighborhood appeared to be dealing drugs from their home. There was also a recent alleged drive-by shooting that ultimately was determined to be an air-soft discharge at the problem residence. Eugene Police Street Crimes Unit, which is funded by the Community Safety Payroll Tax, went to work on it. 

On January 30, they applied for and then served a search warrant at 732 Ellsworth Street. EPD SWAT,  Drone, Tactical K9 and CNT teams executed the warrant at approximately 6:15 p.m. 

One of the primary residents, Shawn Harold Raymond, age 42,  attempted to flee out the back of the home, but SWAT had that covered and he was taken into custody on two warrants. Another of the primary residents, Kari Lynne Pileggi, age 44, was safely taken into custody. Clarissa Marie Castro, age 27, who was present at the location was taken into custody on a warrant. SCU lodged all three at Lane County Jail. 

Later, during a neighborhood canvas several neighbors expressed their heartfelt gratitude for Eugene Police Department for resolving the issue that had plagued their neighborhood. EPD notified City the Eugene Code Enforcement of the activity for inspection and abatement of the residence. 

SCU lodged evidence collected from the search warrant including suspected heroin, fentanyl pills, methamphetamine, packaging material, scales, more than $400, and a taser.



Felon in Possession of a Firearm (Probation Violation Warrant)
Robbery in the Third Degree, Felon in Possession of a Restricted Weapon, Felon in Possession of a Firearm (Oregon State Parole Board/Probation Violation Warrants)


Unlawful Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Fentanyl)
Unlawful Delivery Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Fentanyl) 
Unlawful Possession Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (Fentanyl) 
Unlawful Possession of Heroin (Felony/CDO) 
Unlawful Possession Methamphetamine (Misdemeanor/CDO) 



Case 24-01436

SCU focuses on prolific offenders, who are identified through intelligence-based policing, public tips, and other sources. They proactively respond 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. 

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