DAYTON, Ore. – Deputies busted three suspects Wednesday for selling methamphetamine from a home directly across the street from Dayton High School.
Detectives entered the home and found 3 ounces of meth, more than $1,000 in cash, packing material and other evidence of drug distribution, said Sgt. Chris Ray with the Yamhill County Interagency Narcotics Team.
Deputies arrested 26-year-old Lyndsey Marie Morehouse, 27-year-old Kimberley Lynne Williams, and 45-year-old Marq Timiothy Williams and booked them in the Yamhill County Jail.
Officers said the raid was timed so that it did not impact students at the high school.
"The warrant service was carefully planned to minimize the possibility that students would be in the area" said Ray. "The service went smoothly and there was no impact to the school. We are very pleased with the fact we were able to shut this drug house down."