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Eugene Police Street Crimes Unit has wrapped up a series of search warrants and cases related to guns, stolen property, and drugs, and their investigation is ongoing.  

On October 25, EPD SCU served search warrants in the 2100 block of West Broadway, 800 block of Hunsaker Lane, 90000 block of Spicer Lane, and three local area storage unit locations related to drugs, guns and stolen property. This investigation extended over several months and resulted in seizures of more than four pounds of methamphetamine, a firearm, more than 100 fentanyl pills, more than 10 grams of cocaine, and the recovery of more than a dozen pieces of property from a Eugene Police Department stolen vehicle case as well as a Tigard Police Department case.  

The following people are being charged via the Lane County Circuit Court for the listed crimes:

Mark Lee Fain, age 64, of Springfield:  

Felon in Possession of a Firearm

Theft 1 by Receiving

Unlawful Manufacture Methamphetamine

Unlawful Delivery Methamphetamine

Unlawful Possession Methamphetamine (Substantial Quantity/Commercial Drug Offense – CDO)

Unlawful Possession Controlled Substance Schedule II (Fentanyl)(CDO)

Unlawful Possession Cocaine (CDO)

Desiree Leeann Seal Fain, age 50, of Springfield:

Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine

Donna Vaun Garrison, age 55, of Eugene:

Unlawful Manufacture Methamphetamine

Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine

Unlawful Possession Methamphetamine (10+grams/felony)

Conspiracy to Commit Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine charges are being considered for all involved. It should also be noted three other individuals have been charged previously in connection with this investigation and other investigations. Additional people not yet charged may result in further arrests with similar charges pending. Those names are being withheld by investigators to protect the integrity of the overall investigation conducted by the Eugene Police Department and prosecution via the Lane County Circuit Court. Eugene Police SCU was assisted by Eugene Police SWAT, Drones, Crisis Negotiations Team, Special Investigations Unit, Property Crimes Unit, and Springfield Police Crime Reduction Unit.  EPD Case 23-11259

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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