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Two Arrested in Thurston INET Drug Bust

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On Tuesday March 3, 2015, members of Lane County Inter-agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) executed a state search warrant at the 6400 block of Thurston Rd, Springfield, Oregon.

Investigators seized three firearms along with evidence of the unlawful manufacturing and delivery of heroin and marijuana, and unlawful possession of heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana. Investigators found the garage area of the residence had been modified structurally to conceal growing marijuana plants and the residence’s electrical systems had been modified.
The City of Springfield Building Codes Department was consulted and determined the modifications to the electrical system were unsafe and requested the Springfield Utility Board to respond to the location and cut power to the building.

Alexey Nicholas Erhart
Alexey Nicholas Erhart

Alexey Nicholas Erhart, a 27 year old male, was lodged in the Lane County Jail on Unlawful Possession, Delivery and Manufacturing of Heroin within 1000’of a school, Unlawful Possession, Delivery, and Manufacturing of Marijuana within 1000’ of a school, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, Child Neglect I, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.

Kelina Justine Duran, a 28 year old female, was taken into custody and lodged on an outstanding Deschutes County arrest warrant.

Additional charges may be forthcoming as the investigation is continuing.

Kelina Justine Duran
Kelina Justine Duran

The Lane County Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) is comprised of personnel from the Oregon State Police, Lane County Sheriff’s Office, Lane County Parole and Probation Department, Eugene Police Department, Springfield Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Lane County District Attorney’s Office.

Anyone with information regarding illegal drug activity is encouraged to call the INET tip line at (541) 682-6266.

 

 

 

 

Eugene Armed Career Criminal Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison

EUGENE, OR—On June 18, 2014, Dean Allen Fleury, 52, of Eugene, Oregon, was sentenced by U.S. District Chief Judge Ann Aiken to 15 years in federal prison for unlawful possession of a firearm. Upon his release from prison, Fleury will be on supervised release for five years.

On April 8, 2013, officers with the Lane County Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) caught Fleury with a large, distributable amount of methamphetamine. Fleury admitted he had been selling methamphetamine for the last few decades, and officers thereafter found a 12-gauge shotgun that he possessed and a large quantity of cash. Fleury has a criminal history

Dean Allen Fleury

Dean Allen Fleury

spanning 30 years, with numerous felony convictions for unlawful delivery and possession of methamphetamine. Under federal law, any person who possesses a firearm or ammunition after being previously convicted of three violent felonies or felony drug trafficking crimes is an Armed Career Criminal and faces a 15-year mandatory minimum sentence.

This case was investigated by INET; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Nathan J. Lichvarcik.

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December 8 – Morning Headlines

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It's a tragedy when any young person dies. OSU's Fred Thompson, dead at 19.

Headlines

  • Occupy Eugene and city leaders meet 

    Occupy Eugene leaders on Wednesday told Mayor Kitty Piercy and city councilors that they want city help to set up a permanent camp for homeless people. In a meeting with city leaders, Occupy Eugene representatives said they want the ability to stay in …
  • City adds 193 acres to Ridgeline Park 

    The City of Eugene Parks and Open Space Division acquired a 193 acre site known as “South Eugene Meadows” for the Ridgeline Park system.
  • Eugene adult store robbed 

    A masked man with a knife reportedly robbed a clerk manning a counter at a Eugene adult store, police said. The robbery at the Adult Shop at 90 Holeman Alley was reported at 3:12 a.m. this morning, police said. The shop, which is located off River Road…
  • Mother arrested after leaving children in car while she shopped 

    Eugene police arrested a woman on child neglect charges after she allegedly left her two young children inside a parked car while she shopped at a local supermarket on Monday evening. Police said they went to the Albertsons at 311 Coburg Road after a w…
  • INET undercover prostitution sting leads to arrest of Eugene man 

    An undercover prostitution sting operation conducted by members of the Lane County Interagency Narcotics Team (INET) led to the arrest of a 35-year old Eugene man for his role in…
  • Eugene environmental group stands up to Chevron 

    A small local environmental organization has successfully stared down the world’s 10th largest corporation – Chevron — in a legal battle. U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin ruled last week that Chevron has made “unduly burdensom…
  • Cliff Harris Makes Statement About Oregon Dismissal
    Now-former Oregon defensive back Cliff Harris broke his silence on Wednesday, writing this statement on his facebook page: To all my fans and supporters that love what I do(or did) at the University of Oregon I want to apologize for…
  • Oregon State Football Player Fred Thompson Passes Away
    Oregon State freshman defensive tackle Fred Thompson collapsed and died while playing basketball on Wednesday night. Thompson was 19 years old, and would have turned 20 on Sunday.  He is from Richmond, California, and was a greyshirt fres…

Tim Chuey Weather:

No change, for the time being, from the cold foggy weather. Change will be coming for the weekend.

High: 45
Low: 27
Rain: fog & freezing fog

Advisories: A FREEZE WARNING IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM TODAY FOR THE SOUTH CENTRAL OREGON COAST. A FROST ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM TODAY FOR THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTH OREGON COAST. AN AIR STAGNATION ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 PM FRIDAY FOR THE ENTIRE I-5 CORRIDOR FROM PORTLAND SOUTH THROUGH EUGENE.

A high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape on the jet stream) is keeping us cold with some possible sunshine, as long as the fog clears. So, for the rest of the work week we’ll see at least some sunshine after the late night and early AM fog and/or freezing fog clear out. That also means that our air quality is suffering with the sinking air of high pressure holding on to the pollutants at the surface. The ridge will slide over allowing more clouds, warmer temperatures, and maybe a chance of precipitation returning over the weekend as a cold front moves in from the northwest. The full ” Cold” moon will occur Saturday at 6:36 AM, but the clouds will probably cover the sky even if it doesn’t rain.

Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Areas of fog and freezing again this AM, mostly cloudy with some lingering fog this afternoon, mostly cloudy with patchy evening fog, areas of fog and patchy freezing fog late tonight and Friday AM, cloudy with some patchy lingering fog in the afternoon, patchy evening fog, mostly cloudy with areas of fog and freezing fog late Friday night and very early Saturday AM, then mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers Saturday afternoon and Saturday night highs 36-45 lows 27-32. Mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers Sunday, areas of fog and patchy freezing fog late Sunday night and Monday AM, mostly cloudy Monday and Monday night, mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of rain Tuesday, a (30%) chance of rain Tuesday night, then mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of rain Wednesday highs 47-44 lows 30-34. (seasonal averages high 46 low 34)

Because weather forecasting is a combination of science, intuition, and timing there can be no absolute guarantees that individual forecasts will be 100% accurate. Nature is in a constant state of flux and sudden unexpected weather events can happen.

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