PACIFIC COUNTY - On May 30, the Pacific County Narcotics Enforcement Team served a search warrant relating to the sales of cocaine from a residence in the 300 block of First Street in Raymond.

Officers from the South Bend Police Department, Pacific County Sheriff's Office and Raymond Police Department assisted in apprehending the suspect in the case and serving the warrant.

Bonnie H. Wentworth, AKA; B. Heather Curran, age 50, was arrested in the Raymond area for her involvement in the sales of narcotics. Wentworth was booked into Pacific County Jail for three counts of delivering a controlled substance; cocaine, and one count of possession of methamphetamine. Suspected methamphetamine was seized during the execution of the search warrant.

On June 7, acting on a citizen tip, PACNET deputies seized over 100 growing marijuana plants from a residence in Chinook. The marijuana was valued in excess of $20,000.

PACNET visited the residence after an alert citizen notified deputies that there was marijuana growing at a residence on Houtchen Street in Chinook. Deputies seized numerous plants in various stages of growth, inside and outside the residence.

Jeremy J. Bravo, age 30, was arrested at the residence in connection with the marijuana growing operation. He was booked into Pacific County Jail for one count of manufacturing marijuana and for an outstanding felony warrant out of Grays Harbor County.

Citizens with information about narcotics activity in our area can contact Deputy Rich Byrd at 642-9459, Deputy Pat Matlock, or Deputy Jim Bergstrom at 360-875-9440.

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