SCINT team makes meth bust in Coos Bay

2011-09-26T11:00:00Z SCINT team makes meth bust in Coos BayBy The World Coos Bay World
September 26, 2011 11:00 am  • 

COOS BAY - Police arrested six people and discovered more then 150 grams of meth in an apartment here Friday afternoon during a South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team search warrant execution.

Timothy Groves, 51, of 777 West Hemlock, Apt. 4, Coos Bay, was charged with possession, delivery and manufacture of meth, possession of marijuana and theft. He was in the Coos County jail this morning on $420,000 bail.

Police say meth paraphernalia, scales and packaging material were in the apartment. Police say they also found more than $1,200 in cash, gold bullion and stolen property from three thefts.

Police say one of the stolen items was a high school class ring from Waco, Texas. Detectives used Facebook to find the owner.

Richard Sakschewski, 31, of North Bend, was arrested at the scene on a warrant charging he gave false information to a police officer with an additional charge of frequenting a place where controlled substances are used. He was in the Coos County jail this morning on $60,000 bail.

Police also arrested Wanda Marble, 50, of North Bend, on a charge of possessing meth and frequenting. She was released from the Coos County jail on her own recognizance.

Three others were arrested on charges of frequenting a place were controlled substances are used, one 44-year-old and two 18-year-olds. A 17-year-old was referred to the juvenile department.

Due to the volume of meth discovered, street valued at more than $10,000, the case was referred to the Assistant United States Attorney in Eugene.

Coos Bay and Brookings police assisted in the warrant execution.

Report narcotics activity to SCINT at www.scint.us by clicking 'Report a Dealer."

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(10) Comments

  1. dawelch
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    dawelch - October 04, 2011 7:27 am
    well, who will try to find out if we(the county, city, taxpayers) were supporting them with food stamps or welfare? hmm!
  2. Local Jerk
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    Local Jerk - October 01, 2011 12:41 pm
    If you knew my real name you would know that I have a degree as a substance abuse specialist. I only say that to give credential to this fact: Meth (crank) is not a drug. It is a poison. You can't grow it, harvest it or achieve it with any natural process such as harvesting Opium or chewing Coca leaves. There is no "right" formula for it. You should fear people who use it for the simple reason that put it in their arm because they have no value for their own lives. Be afraid - be very afraid...
  3. cjcoos
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    cjcoos - September 29, 2011 6:37 pm
    THE GREEDY, THE SELFISH,THE HUNGRY,ALL CONTRIBUTE.SOME HAVE A LOT OF AVAILABLE CAPITAL, SOME VERY LITTLE. UNOBSERVED FROM A CAVE LOCATED ON ANY MAP some idiot is pushing in that county. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
  4. cjcoos
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    cjcoos - September 29, 2011 6:09 pm
    DRUGS HAVE BEEN CONSUMED IN EVERY PART OF OUR SOCIETY for a very long time THIS HAS NEVER CHANGED. INCREASED KNOWLEDGE OF DRUGS HAS GIVEN SOME A WAYWARD VIEW.MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE INVOLVED WITH CORRUPT USAGE/DISPENCING/MANUFACTURING YOUR DOCTOR, ACCOUNTANT, LAWYER, YOUR POVERTY STRICKEN AND POLITICAIN. Heroin, meth, cocaine, uppers, downers, psychadelics, cannibis, prescription. It is about selfish anal rententive greed. I say many prayers for the addicted to the chemicals and the life style,
  5. Think Big
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    Think Big - September 29, 2011 9:44 am
    Great Job SCINT! Meth and now Heroin has invaded our County and your young people our using them, more than people know!
  6. Eastsider
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    Eastsider - September 28, 2011 4:20 pm
    Don't like police organizations that bypass the usual oversight, but for once, SCINT got it right. G. D. the pusher.
  7. Local Jerk
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    Local Jerk - September 27, 2011 8:32 pm
    Some Meth is a home made concoction of various poisons. I saw a recent graduate of OSP demonstrate making crank out of over the counter anti-histamine once. When he got to the part where he chopped up tin foil and poured battery acid on it the crap started smoking he gave it a thumbs up. The bowl he used to mix stuff had a hole eaten in it. Laid it out combing it like he was doing a painting in pink ooze. He is back at OSP now trying to get his Masters Degree. Be scared, be very scared of him.
  8. darlaD
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    darlaD - September 27, 2011 7:52 am
    This is where the focus needs to be -- meth not marijuana. Meth is so much worse for society, and resources are limited in the "fight against drugs". I'm not worried about a pothead stealing my stuff and raping my kids. I can't say the same for methheads.
  9. Mr E
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    Mr E - September 26, 2011 8:04 pm
    Controlled substances are used all the time at our local schools and in our local police departments. Hence, I believe all students and all police officers should be arrested for frequenting a location where drugs are consumed.
  10. cjcoos
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    cjcoos - September 26, 2011 12:23 pm
    the charges should also include the corruption of minor(s)without limitation. I hope children assistance programns take a look at these individuals. Ihopoe the over twenty -six bunch spend a long time on the fence with the other type of individuals that lure children.
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