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In what proved to be a busy day for multiple EPD divisions and units, Eugene Police Street Crimes Unit, SWAT, Drone Team, K9, and Investigations Division executed a search warrant in the 3100 block of W. 17th Avenue. Many of the resources deployed on this search warrant were staffed later in the day to serve a warrant at approximately 6 p.m. at an Amirante residence. 

For the W. 17th Avenue search warrant: An SCU officer had gained information Dylan Bradley Stahl, age 33, was in possession of multiple firearms and as a felon is prohibited from owning or possessing firearms. The SCU officer applied for and was granted the search warrant for the location by a Lane County Circuit Court judge.

Approximately one hour into their work, Stahl was seen leaving the location in a vehicle. EPD SWAT went into action and pinned the vehicle at the intersection of Acorn Park and W. 11th Avenue. Stahl was safely taken into custody. The search of the residence and vehicle resulted in the recovery of four firearms and ammunition.

The firearms recovered include:

An AR15 with 9 fully loaded magazines and an attached factory suppressor, 40 caliber handgun, a .22 six-shot revolver, and a 10/22 semi-automatic rifle with optic. 

Stahl was charged with four counts of Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Unlawful Possession of a Suppressor.

This was another great example of sound investigative tactics leading to a successful and collaborative effort to remove firearms from a felon.  

Case 23-06983

SCU is funded by the City of Eugene’s Community Safety Payroll Tax and works in concert with communities to help solve issues. The unit 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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