One Drug Bust Leads To Another
Yesterday | Quad Cities Drug Task Force
CLARKSTON, WA – One drug bust led to another yesterday in Asotin County. Quad Cities Drug Task Force detectives say they executed a search warrant in the 2200 block of Appleside Boulevard yesterday afternoon.
A press release says they found more than 52 grams of methamphetamine that had been packaged into 15 separate baggies for individual sale, glass meth smoking pipes, meth smoking water bongs, scales, and packaging material.
Detectives booked 50-year-old Gregory Wayne Chestnut into jail on the felony charges of Possession of Controlled Substance/Methamphetamine and Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver/Methamphetamine.
While at the residence, detectives say they found information that led them to believe there was more meth in the possession of a second suspect in the 1800 block of 4th Avenue, also in Asotin County.
Detectives confronted the suspect and asked for consent to search, but the suspect declined. Detectives got a search warrant and came up with 38.83 grams of meth packaged into eight separate baggies, meth-smoking pipes, spoons, a digital scale, and packaging material.
Detectives booked 58-year-old Trevis Lee Green Jr. into jail on the felony charges of Possession of Controlled Substance/Methamphetamine and Possession of Controlled Substance With Intent to Deliver/Methamphetamine.