Search lands 3 in jail in Moses Lake

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MOSES LAKE — A search warrant conducted in Moses Lake last week landed three people in jail and yielded drugs, a stolen gun and other stolen property.

On Wednesday afternoon Moses Lake Police Department Street Crimes Unit members obtained a search warrant for a residence in the 1100 block of Abbey Lane. The residence was raided and police reportedly recovered methamphetamine, heroin, a stolen gun and additional stolen items. Three subjects were taken into custody in connection with the raid, two of whom are from out of state and “decided to play the ‘name game’ with the officers,” according to the Moses Lake Police Department.

Arrested and booked into the Grant County Jail, where their true identities will be ascertained, were:

Jonathan T. Western (also goes by Tyler P. Weber), 29, allegedly from Oregon, for unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of a stolen firearm, possession of meth and making a false statement to a public servant.

Stella F. Days (also goes by Lacey F. Western), 25, allegedly from Lacey, for possession of meth and making false statements to a public servant.

Dustan R. Knauss, 37, of Moses Lake, for outstanding misdemeanor warrants he had out for his arrest.

Additional charges are expected in the future.

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