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OPNET nets multiple arrests

Thomas Anthony Reina, 51, of Sequim, remains in the Clallam County jail awaiting court proceedings in a case during which Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team members developed probable cause to believe that Reina delivered oxycodone to OPNET in March and April of 2011.

While that case was pending, Reina was out of jail and was arrested again by Sequim Police on Dec. 31, 2013 , for possession of heroin with intent to deliver.

On March 14, 2014, an OPNET detective went to the Clallam County Jail and added an additional booking. The latest booking is the result of an OPNET investigation during which OPNET developed probable cause to believe that Reina delivered heroin to OPNET on Dec. 5, 2013.

Doetch pleads guilty

Jason L. Doetch, 37, formerly of Sequim, pled guilty to possession of cocaine on Jan. 27 in Clallam County Superior Court. During the case, Doetch was charged with delivering cocaine to OPNET on Feb. 22, Feb. 29 and March 19 of 2008. Doetch also was charged with delivering psilocybin to OPNET on Feb. 29, 2008. All five charges included a School Bus Zone Enhancement.

During the investigation, OPNET learned that Doetch had moved to Nevada. An arrest warrant was issued and Doetch was apprehended in Nevada on June 19, 2013. After Doetch’s guilty plea, Doetch was not required to serve any time or probation, but he is required to pay $1,900.

Caynor brothers booked

Kevin L. Caynor, 43, of Port Angeles, was arrested on March 14 during the execution of an OPNET search warrant at a residence in the 2900 block of East Vinup Street. Caynor’s arrest is the result of an investigation during which OPNET developed probable cause to believe that he delivered heroin to OPNET on four separate days between July and December of 2012. His criminal history includes 11 prior felony convictions for second degree theft, controlled substance violations, third degree asssault, first degree reckless endangerment and second degree possession of stolen property .

Ennis N. Caynor, 37, also of Port Angeles, remains in the Clallam County Jail. He was in jail awaiting court proceedings related to separate cases involving heroin, methamphetamine and a stolen motor vehicle when an OPNET detective went to the jail and added bookings for delivery of methamphetamine.

The latest bookings are the results of an investigation during which OPNET developed probable cause to believe that Ennis Caynor delivered methamphetamine to OPNET on two separate days in December of 2012. Ennis Caynor’s criminal history includes three prior felony convictions for possession of second degree stolen property and controlled substance violations.

He has been convicted of several other crimes including assault and possessing explosives without a license.

 

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