Police: Two arrested after finding drugs, silenced guns
WOLF CREEK, Ore. -- Drug enforcement officers arrested two people after they searched a Wolf Creek home and found silenced firearms, heroin, meth and around 15 pounds of marijuana, Oregon State Police officials said.
Sergeant Jim Johnson with the state police said that detectives from the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement team were investigating a house in the 3600 block of Leland Road what was linked to drug activity.
On Thursday, state police officials helped detectives serve a search warrant at the house, where they arrested Sky Anthony Shipman, 34, and Kayla Marie Donnersbach, 22.
The RADE team searched the home and found around four ounces of heroin, a half-ounce of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of marijuana, and 16 firearms, officials report. Two of those guns (a handgun and a rifle) had silencer attachments.
Shipman and Donnersbach were both booked at the Josephine County jail on individual charges of manufacture and distribution of heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana, as well as two counts of possession of a silencer.
State Police said that while the raid was taking place, officers made two traffic stops and found two more pounds of pot, a handgun and small amounts of heroin and meth. Police didn't arrest the drivers in those traffic stops as they are still investigating the case.
Anyone with information regarding suspicious drug activity or marijuana growing operations is encouraged to call the RADE tip line at (541) 955-6970. The interagency narcotics RADE team is comprised of personnel from the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, Oregon State Police, Josephine County District Attorney's Office, and the Josephine County Community Corrections.