Two arrested after meth, heroin, cash and weapons found in Marion County home
MARION COUNTY, Ore. —
Two Marion County residents are facing various drug and firearm charges after officers conducted a search warrant on their home Wednesday morning.
Officers uncovered a quarter pound of heroin, three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, illegally possessed prescription medication digital scales, packaging material, drug paraphernalia, drug records, surveillance cameras, nearly $3,000 in U.S. Currency, a rifle, and a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson semi-automatic pistol inside the home. The pistol was stolen from the Albany area in February 2016. Officers also found a $4,500 automotive diagnostic system that was stolen from an Oregon City business in April 2016.
John Bauer and Celia Nash were arrested of various heroin, meth, theft and firearm charges.