A 36-year old woman was arrested Tuesday, five days after detectives seized a small amount of drugs, $1,700 cash, surveillance equipment, packaging materials, and sales records from her northwest Prineville home.
Members of the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team and Prineville Police officers, assisted by the Crook County Sheriff’s Office, raided the home of Lisa Gagermeier at 870 NW 12th Street in Prineville about 8:15 a.m. February 8 to search for evidence of illegal drug trafficking, Prineville Police Chief Eric Bush reported.
Gagermeier, 36, was present during the search, as was 40-year old Victor Becerra and an unidentified six-year-old boy.
|Lisa Gagermeier, CCJ photo |
During the raid, detectives found and seized more than $1,700 in cash, surveillance equipment, packaging materials, drug sales records, less than one ounce of marijuana, and residual amounts of suspected methamphetamine -– materials which suggest that the residence was being used for street-level meth distribution, Bush said.
Gagermeier was arrested Tuesday and lodged in the Crook County Jail where she faces charges including possession, manufacture and delivery of methamphetamine; first-degree child neglect; and endangering the welfare of a minor.