OPNET members makes arrests

Kennedy arrested in OPNET heroin case

Kyler James Kennedy, 20, of Carlsborg, was arrested by Clallam County Sheriff’s deputies during the night and early morning hours of Oct. 16-17.


Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team members developed probable cause to arrest Kennedy during a Carlsborg area heroin investigation during which heroin was delivered to OPNET members in April and May 2013.


The Clallam County prosecutor is reviewing charges against Kennedy and Cayde Barclay-Paxton, 18, of

Sequim, another suspect in the case.


Warrant of arrest issued for Liggins

A $5,000 felony arrest warrant recently was issued for the arrest of Darrin Michael Liggins, 42, of Port Angeles. The warrant was issued on Oct. 23 after Liggins failed to obey an order of the court related to an OPNET case.


In that case, OPNET members developed probable cause to believe that Liggins delivered methamphetamine to OPNET on March 6, March 13 and March 28.


Chapman sentenced in OPNET case

Travis Dan Chapman, 41, of Sequim, was sentenced on Oct. 22 in Clallam County Superior Court to 24 months probation and three months of residential chemical dependency treatment.


The sentencing was as a result of his guilty plea to delivery of a controlled substance and bail jumping.

Chapman’s sentence is the result of a Sept. 24 guilty plea to delivering methamphetamine to OPNET on April 1, 2010, and bail jumping on Jan 6, 2011.


Chapman’s criminal history includes first degree burglary.

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