Canby man arrested Thursday on meth charges
The Oregon State Police on Thursday, Jan. 30, arrested a 41-year-old Canby driver and his passenger on methamphetamine-related charges after a traffic stop on Interstate 5 in Douglas County.
The OSP said after spotting a traffic violation, a trooper pulled over a Toyota Camry driven by Andrew Hamstreet, of Canby, with Julio Gonzalez-Zamudio, 43, of Beaverton, as his passenger. Officers found a bag on the back seat containing about 2.5 pounds of meth.
Hamstreet was arrested on charges of possessing and distributing meth.
Gonzalez-Zamudio also was arrested on those charges as well as charges of possessing fictitious identification, interfering with a police officer and giving false information to an officer.
Both men were lodged in the Douglas County Jail.