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Criminals, suspects keep peninsula drug team busy

The Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team has been busy in recent weeks, making several arrests and seeing investigations completed with sentences in Clallam County Superior Court.

Barclay-Paxton charged in heroin case

Cayde D. Barclay-Paxton, 19, of Sequim, was sentenced on May 6 in Clallam County Superior Court to serve 24 months probation and complete 90-180 days of drug treatment.

Barclay-Paxton pled guilty to delivery of heroin.

The delivery occurred on May 7, 2013, when Barclay-Paxton delivered heroin to OPNET members during an investigation into a heroin trafficking organization operating in Carlsborg.

Kyler Kennedy also pled guilty on April 9; Kennedy’s case was another part of OPNET’s investigation into this same organization.

Seigwald charged in heroin case

David J. Seigwald, 26, was charged on May 29 in Clallam County Superior Court with two counts of delivery of heroin.

Seigwald’s charges are the results of an OPNET investigation into a heroin trafficking organization that was operating in Sequim.

During the investigation OPNET developed probable cause to believe that Seigwald delivered heroin to OPNET members on Oct. 3 and Oct. 22 of 2012.

Caynor sentenced for series of crimes

Ennis N. Caynor, 38, of Clallam County, was sentenced to prison for 22 months on May 14 in Clallam County Superior Court. Caynor pled guilty to a series of crimes including possession of a controlled substance (committed Aug. 9, 2012), bail jumping (committed Nov. 4, 2013), possessing a stolen motor vehicle (committed May 1, 2012), possession of methamphetamine (committed Nov. 11, 2013), and bail jumping (committed Jan. 9, 2014).

Caynor’s prior criminal history includes possession of stolen property 2, possession of stolen property 1, violations of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, malicious mischief 2, bail jumping and an explosives licensing violation.

Arrests made in drug case

Renee L. Roening, 22, Anthony L. Reynolds, 25, and Jacob R. Marvelle, 26, were arrested on the morning of June 5 when OPNET executed a search warrant at a home in the 500 block of West Ninth Street in Port Angeles.

The search warrant was the next step in an OPNET investigation into a heroin trafficking organization operating in Port Angeles.

Roening was booked into the Clallam County Jail on probable cause to believe that she delivered heroin to OPNET on May 30, 2014.

Reynolds was booked for deliveries to OPNET on four separate days in May of 2014. Marvelle was booked for arrest warrants not related to this case.

OPNET members seized a Lexus sedan that was parked in front of the suspect residence after the team developed probable cause to believe that the Lexus had been used to deliver heroin.

On May 30, OPNET members developed probable cause to believe that Roening delivered heroin to OPNET at 10th and Cedar streets, just one block away from a school bus stop at 10th and Pine streets.

 

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