Traffic stop heads off Redmond meth delivery
Two men allegedly delivering a quarter-pound of methamphetamine worth almost $12,000 to Redmond were arrested on the north side of town by drug agents who'd been watching for their car, officials said Monday. The pair remained in the Deschutes County jail, being held for federal immigration officials.
Armando Diaz Diaz, 35, of Metolius, and Jose Castor, 31, of the Madras area, were stopped around 6 p.m.
"Of the Madras area" huh. That's some crack reporting guys. We can only hope that these two got to the DMV before the deadline prevented them from getting their drivers licenses so that, as CAUSA would put it, "the safety of Oregonians" was first and foremost.