Stevens Co. Deputies bust notorious drug house, suspect has heroin stuck to hand

Stevens County Sheriff's Deputies found a suspect with a piece of heroin stuck to her hand.

FERRY CO., Wash. — Stevens County Sheriff’s Office busted a notorious drug house in Ferry County last week.

Their Pro-Active Crime Unit served a search warrant at a residence on Waterview Drive, which they say is a ‘well-known drug house.’ According to the Sheriff’s Office, while the house is in a different county, the drugs sold and property stolen directly affects residents in Stevens County.

Sheriff’s Deputies recovered meth, heroin and fentanyl, as well as stolen property and $4,000 in drug money.

When deputies arrived, a woman was trying to flush her heroin down the toilet. Deputies found a piece of it stuck to her hand when she was handcuffed shortly after.

The Pro-Active Crime Unit is a joint effort between Stevens County Sheriff’s Office, Ferry County, the Colville Police Department and the U.S. Border Patrol.

This week the Stevens County Pro-Active Crime Unit served a search warrant at a well known drug house on Waterview Drive…

Posted by Stevens County Sheriff's Office on Sunday, January 12, 2020