Aloha drug raid yields meth, pot, cash, 3 arrests
Methamphetamine, pot and cash seized at 192nd Avenue residence
A raid of an Aloha residence early Wednesday morning led to three arrests and the seizure of illegal drugs valued at $7,000, two weapons and $12,000 in cash.
The culmination of a three-month investigation into the distribution of methamphetamine and marijuana, detectives with the Westside Interagency Narcotics Team served a search warrant at a residence in the 1700 block of Southwest 192nd Avenue in Aloha around 3 a.m. For safety and security reasons, the Tactical Negotiations Team accompanied the team to the location in an area of the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District.
Detectives seized about a half-pound of methamphetamine and a quarter-pound of marijuana, which was determined to have a combined street value of about $7,000. Also seized were two weapons and $12,000 in cash, said Sgt. Bob Ray, spokesman with the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Detectives arrested Abram Knack, 32, and Jonathan Pierce, 26, both of Aloha, and Danielle Grycko, 24, of Beaverton.
Knack faces two separate accusations of, respectively, distributing and possession of a controlled substance - methamphetamine; and an accusation of possession of a weapon by a felon carrying a concealed weapon. He was lodged in the Washington County Jail pending $500,000 bail.
Pierce faces three separate accusations of, respectively, distributing, possession and manufacture of a controlled substance - methamphetamine; as well as unlawful possession of marijuana, Ray said. He was lodged in the Washington County Jail pending $500,000 bail.
Grycko faces an accusation of possession of a controlled substance -methamphetamine. She was lodged in the Washington County Jail pending $20,000 bail.
Anyone with information about the case or the suspects is asked to call the sheriff's office at 503-846-2500.