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December 06, 2011
PHOTO RELEASE: Oregon National Guard Counterdrug Support Program personnel recognized by Portland Police Bureau for participation in multi-agency Oxycontin investigation
 
111206-F-TK422-026: Eric A. Hendricks, Assistant Chief of Police, Investigations Branch, of the Portland Police Bureau, reads a citation recognizing three individuals with the Oregon National Guard's Counterdrug Support Program, during a ceremony held in Salem, Ore., Dec. 6.  Three analysts from the Counterdrug Support Program provided case support throughout a multi-agency investigation dubbed "Operation Trick or Treat," which resulted in multiple arrests, seizure of several vehicles, weapons and approximately 1,000 Oxycontin pills across several states including New York, Las Vegas, Miami, Dallas, Portland and Vancouver, Wash.  Authorities also identified about $200,000 in proceeds in various banks accounts.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs).
 
111206-F-TK422-036: Eric A. Hendricks, Assistant Chief of Police, Investigations Branch, of the Portland Police Bureau presents commendation letters to three individuals with the Oregon National Guard's Counterdrug Support Program, during a ceremony held in Salem, Ore., Dec. 6.  Three analysts from the Counterdrug Support Program provided case support throughout a multi-agency investigation dubbed "Operation Trick or Treat," which resulted in multiple arrests, seizure of several vehicles, weapons and approximately 1,000 Oxycontin pills across several states including New York, Las Vegas, Miami, Dallas, Portland and Vancouver, Wash.  Authorities also identified about $200,000 in proceeds in various banks accounts.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs).
 
 
Contact Info: For more information, contact Capt. Stephen Bomar, Chief of Public Affairs for the Oregon Military Department, at 503-584-3885.