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OSP Traffic Stop Leads to Over 4,000 Oxycodon Pills, Arrest of Two Washington Men - Interstate 5 in Salem
09/21/2009
Sergeant Dale Young
Oregon State Police - Salem
(503) 378-3387

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Two Washington men were arrested early Saturday morning by Oregon State Police (OSP) when a traffic stop turned into a seizure of approximately 4,225 Oxycodone pills valued at over $320,000 on Interstate 5 in south Salem. OSP Drug Enforcement Section detectives are continuing the investigation.
 
On September 19, 2009 at approximately 4:16 a.m. an OSP trooper stopped a 2008 Dodge four door northbound on Interstate 5 near milepost 252 for traveling 82 mph in a 60 mph speed zone. During the stop the two occupants were identified as driver KYLE ANSON, age 23, from Orting, Washington, and passenger ANDREW MANZO-BREMMEYER, age 28, from Maple Valley, Washington.
 
Subsequent investigation related to the stop led to the discovery of approximately 4,225 Oxycodone pills in the vehicle with the help of a Salem police drug detection canine. Also seized was a small amount of marijuana, methamphetamine, related paraphernalia, and a stolen I-Touch personal electronic device.
 
ANSON was lodged at the Marion County Jail on charges of Unlawful Possession and Delivery of a Controlled Substance – Oxycodone, and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine. He was also cited for Possession of Less than an Ounce of Marijuana and Exceeding the Posted Speed Limit.

 
MANZO-BREMMEYER was lodged at the Marion County Jail on charges of Unlawful Possession and Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Oxycodone, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, and Theft by Receiving in the Second Degree. He was also cited for Possession of Less Than an Ounce of Marijuana.