Four Toledo-area residents were arrested after officials seized methamphetamine and stolen property at three homes, according to a news release from the Lewis County Sheriff's Office.
Also according to the release:
Deputies from the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, Lewis County Regional Drug Task Force and Cowlitz County Drug Task Force executed three search warrants about 6:30 a.m. Monday. In addition to the meth, they seized two vehicles worth about $8,500 combined.
They arrested Kai Williams, 35, on suspicion of obstructing, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia; Andrea C. Bundy, 29, on suspicion of possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia; David A. Gregson, 45, on suspicion of possession of meth, first-degree possession of stolen property, and obstructing; and Collin D. Alvord, 31, on suspicion of possession of meth and obstructing.
Williams is being held at the Lewis County Jail with bail set at $1,500. The others are being held without bail at the jail.
A fifth suspect was arrested and taken to the Cowlitz County Jail.