Eight Bend residents busted in two drug raids
Jul 27,2007 00:00 by Cheryl McDermott

Three women and five men, all Bend residents, were arrested by drug agents following raids at two northeast Bend homes on Thursday morning, authorities reported.

 
(L to R) Brian Schaub, Ronda Fassett, Clarence Morrow, Crista Curtis - DCJ photos 
 
(L to R) Jason Harvey, Sean McGlocklin, Mathew Bain, Michelle Anderson - DCJ photos 

According to a news release by Deschutes County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Scott Shelton, working with the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team, detectives received information that the two residences were alleged drug houses used for the sales of methamphetamine.  Surveillance and monitoring the suspects’ activities provided sufficient data to obtain search warrants, Shelton said.

According to a news release by Deschutes County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Scott Shelton, working with the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team, detectives received information that the two residences were alleged drug houses used for the sales of methamphetamine.  Surveillance and monitoring the suspects’ activities provided sufficient data to obtain search warrants, Shelton said.

Beginning at 8:23 a.m., July 26, agents, Bend Police criminal detectives, the Central Oregon Emergency Response Team (the area’s version of SWAT), and Bend Fire personnel raided the residences at 1888 NE Wichita Way and 2529 NE Butler Market Road.

During the searches, detectives seized a small amount of crystal meth, weight scales, and narcotics paraphernalia, the news release stated.

Five suspects all living at the Wichita Way residence were taken into custody.  Arrested were Jason Paul Harvey, 33; Mathew James Bain, 36; Clarence Edward Morrow, 39; Christa Lynn Curtis, 36; and Ronda Ellen Fassett, 25.

The three residents of the home on Butler Market Road who were arrested included Michelle Ann Anderson, 36; Brian Charles Schaub, 44; and Sean Michael McGlocklin, 27.

Harvey, McGlocklin and Bain were arrested on outstanding warrants.  Harvey was also charged with frequenting a place where controlled substances are used.

Morrow, Curtis, and Anderson were charged with possession of meth and frequenting a place where controlled substances are used, the detective said.

Fassett was charged with possession and delivery of meth, and Schaub is charged with the same in addition to manufacture of meth.

All of the suspects were lodged in the Deschutes County Jail, Shelton reported.