Eureka Police implicate three in multi-week narcotics investigation

Eureka Police implicate three in multi-week narcotics investigation
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Eureka Police have implicated three people after serving a search warrant in connection to an ongoing narcotics investigation.

On the night of March 30th, detectives with the Police Department’s Problem-Oriented Policing Team (POP) served a search warrant at a hotel room on the 4200 block of Broadway.

Four adults were detained as the room was searched.

Detectives discovered and seized around nineteen grams of suspected heroin, twenty grams of suspected methamphetamine, scales, and drug paraphernalia.

Investigators also learned there were two children in the room, who were taken into protective custody.

Of the four adults, Michelle Lee Odjick (45), Shaunah Marie Sovereign (42), and Theodore Lonnie Kellermann (51) were implicated on narcotics-related charges. Sovereign also faces charges of child endangerment.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, however, all three were cited and released at the scene.

Eureka Police implicate three in multi-week narcotics investigation was last modified: April 6th, 2020 by admin
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