Charges Following Bellevue Police Investigation

This morning the Bellevue Police Department posted about a fentanyl and meth investigation over multiple months that led to an arrest.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged that defendant with:

  • Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act (possession with intent — fentanyl)
  • Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act (possession with intent — meth)
Photo courtesy of Bellevue Police Department.

From the public charging documents:

“The Bellevue Police Officers obtained a warrant to search the defendant’s motorhome and came back with the following items: 193 grams of Methamphetamine, tested positive via Detectacham MobileDetect field test; 181 grams of blue “M-30” pills containing fentanyl; 311 grams of fentanyl powder, tested positive via Detectacham MobileDetect field test; 210 grams of cocaine; 20.84 grams of suspected counterfeit Xanax pills; Numerous small plastic bags; 3 weight scales.”

The post is not expected to be updated. For case updates, go to the KC Script Portal and view case numbers 24–1–00042–5.

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