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EUGENE, Ore. – Three men have been arrested and are being held in the Lane County Jail after a narcotics investigation by the Eugene Police Department Street Crimes Unit.
Eugene police said that on Thursday around 5:45 p.m., they located the primary suspect, Destin Wilde, in his vehicle at the Ross Dress for Less store across from Valley River Center.
Wilde tried to run away but Eugene SWAT was able to take him into custody in the parking lot.
Police said SWAT then moved to Wilde’s residence in the 2500 block of Melrose place in the Barger neighborhood.
At the residence, a search warrant was executed. The Street Crimes Unit and Springfield police drug K9 searched the home.
Police said dealer amounts of methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin, along with a large amount of money and ammunition were seized at the home.
Two additional suspects, Duwayen Morris and Martin Liska, were arrested at the home in connection with the investigation.
All three men are being held in the Lane County Jail.
Destin Wilde is charged with delivery of meth, possession of meth, possession of cocaine, felon in possession of a restricted weapon and a felony probation detainer.
Duwayen Morris is being held on failure to appear for driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Martin Liska faces possession of meth, possession of heroin and two warrants for drugs.
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