Arrest yields new drug charges

Sequim Police and Jefferson County detectives arrested a Sequim resident on drug charges and arrest warrants earlier this month.

On April 11, the Sequim Police Department received information of the location of the wanted subject, 23-year-old Sequim resident Allison R. Bradley.

The location was a residence on the 100 block of Craig Heights Lane, just inside Jefferson County off of Chicken Coop Road.

The information was forwarded to Jefferson County detectives who were granted a search warrant for the residence. The warrant was served by members of both the Jefferson County and Clallam County Sheriff’s Offices and the Department of Corrections.

While approaching the residence Bradley attempted to run out the back door of the residence but was caught by a Jefferson County detective. 13.2 grams of suspected heroin was found on Bradley’s person at the time, according to law enforcement officials.

A second search warrant was obtained for the residence. A small amount of suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was found in the room that Bradley had been occupying, law enforcement officials said. Bradley was then booked into the Clallam County Corrections Facility for outstanding warrants.

The new controlled substances violations are being investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. Possible bail jumping charges will be investigated by the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office.

Bradley had one outstanding District Court warrant for third degree theft for $750 and two Superior Court bench warrants for $30,000 each, according to law enforcement officials.

Bradley was arrested six times last year for controlled substance violations, officials said.


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