Bend raid nets seizure of ecstasy, cocaine, ‘shrooms, cash, machine pistol
Jun 08,2007 00:00 by Cheryl McDermott

A 22-year old Bend man was arrested Thursday morning when drug agents raided his northeast Bend residence and seized about $6,000 worth of ecstasy pills, cocaine, dried mushrooms, a 9-mm machine pistol and $1,200 in cash.

 
Detectives seized Ecstasy, cocaine, cash, and dried mushrooms during a raid in a northeast Bend residence late Thursday morning - CODE photos 
 
Also seized during execution of the search warrant was a MAC-11/9 (9-mm) machine pistol. 
During the past month, detectives with the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) Team received credible information that Edgar Arthur Robles, 22, was involved in the sales of controlled substances, Bend Police Detective Sgt. Scott Shelton reported.

Surveillance of Robles during his activities in and around the Bend area coupled with information gleaned from other investigative methods resulted in the execution of a search warrant at 1043 NE Locksley Drive about 11:12 a.m., June 7.

Detectives seized about 329 MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine) pills commonly called “Ecstasy”, one-quarter ounce of cocaine, and a small amount of dried mushrooms (Psilocybins), $1,200 cash, and a MAC-11/9 (9-mm) machine pistol.

Robles, who was at home when detectives raided the residence, was taken into custody and lodged in the Deschutes County Jail.  According to the CODE news release, he is charged with possession, delivery, and manufacture of Ecstasy, cocaine, and psilocybins; in addition to conspiracy to possess, deliver and manufacture Ecstasy and cocaine. 

Jail administrators said that Robles posted 10% of his $165,000 bail and was released the same day.