ROSEBURG, Ore. -- A man is facing multiple drug-related charges after a traffic stop in Roseburg on Friday.
The Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team was investigating Ron House, 58, for allegedly using and selling drugs from his home in the 600 block of Parrott Street. A substantial amount of methamphetamine was seized in the investigation, detectives said.
Roseburg police and DINT detectives stopped House in the 1300 block of NE Stephens Street and he was taken into custody. Authorities said about a half pound of meth was found in the car and a half a pound of meth, a small amount of cocaine and other drug paraphernalia was found at House’s residence.
House faces two counts of unlawful possession of meth, two counts of unlawful delivery of meth and one count of unlawful possession of cocaine.
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