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Police Arrest Sandy Woman for Trying to Mail Drugs into Multnomah County JailSalem-News.com
The woman has previous convictions for Theft First Degree, and Theft Second Degree.
(PORTLAND, Ore. ) - On Wednesday, a Multnomah County Inverness Jail Deputy notified the assigned Corrections Division Detective that a suspicious letter had been intercepted during mail inspection.
The letter, addressed to inmate Bernard Roselle, was discovered to have suspicious matter hidden within that was suspected to be Marijuana and Methamphetamine.
Upon examination the detective discovered the letter had a return name and address to an address in NE Portland that did not exist.
Through an investigation the detective was able to identify 32-year-old Andrea Roselle of Sandy, as a suspect and arranged to meet with and interview her.
On competition of the interview Andrea Roselle was arrested and lodged at the Multnomah County Detention Center.
Her charges include: PCS I [Class B Felony], PCS II [Class C Felony], DCS I [Class A Felony], DCS II [Class B Felony], and Supplying Contraband [Class C Felony]).
She has previous convictions for Theft First Degree, and Theft Second Degree.
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