RED BLUFF — Detectives with the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team in Oregon Saturday arrested two in Tehama County men for trafficking large amounts of narcotics into Douglas County.
As part of an ongoing investigation, detectives contacted Roberto Silva Diaz, 53, of Red Bluff, and Feliciano Bobadilla, 60, of Corning, in the parking lot of a business in the 3,000 block of Aviation Drive in Roseburg, Oregon, according to a press release issued Sunday by the team. Detectives had information indicating the two were trafficking large amounts of methamphetamine and counterfeit oxycodone pills containing fentanyl.
Roseburg Police Department K-9 Trapper searched the exterior of the suspects’ vehicle and gave an alert indicating he could smell the odor of narcotics coming from inside.
A vehicle search revealed around 13.9 grams of suspected heroin, 300 counterfeit oxycodone pills containing suspected fentanyl and 3 pounds of suspected methamphetamine, the release said.
Both suspects were booked at the Douglas County Jail on charges of possession and delivery of heroin, possession and delivery of methamphetamine, possession and delivery of schedule II controlled substance and conspiracy.