first_imgThe owner of a Sifton-area home raided Thursday by the Clark-Vancouver Regional Drug Task Force and her boarder are the primary suspects in an investigation into alleged drug trafficking out of the house.A search warrant affidavit filed in Clark County District Court indicates that investigators suspect homeowner Leslie E. Dyson, 45, who lives at the residence, and her boarder, Katelynn M. Misener, 24, may have been involved in selling heroin and methamphetamine out the house at 7120 N.E. 131st Ave.Charges have not yet been filed against either women in connection with the raid, said Mike Cooke, who heads the regional drug task force. Misener, who has a criminal history of misdemeanor thefts, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of methamphetamine possession in connection with a different case. Dyson, who has no criminal history, was not arrested during the raid.The Clark County Sheriff’s Office had received several complaints from neighbors regarding suspected drug activity at the house and finding drug paraphernalia in their yards from the house’s visitors, according to the affidavit by sheriff’s Detective Brian Kessel.Kessel conducted surveillance on the house several times in September, according to the affidavit.“During my surveillance, I noted significant short-term traffic at the residence,” Kessel wrote. “Based on my training, knowledge and experience, this is consistent with a residence that is involved in distributing controlled substances.”last_img

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