Oregon City pair arrested for dealing meth, child neglect
A man and a woman have been arrested after police say they found evidence of drug dealing and a "significant" amount of cash and methamphetamine inside their Oregon City home.
Following a month-long investigation, police arrested Gregory Charles Reddon, 51, and 44-year-old Tina Marie Anderson on July 14 after receiving a search warrant for 200 Longview Way #67.
Police say a 5-year-old child inside the residence has been reunited with a relative with the help of the Department of Human Services.
The authorities say they seized cash, meth and "stolen property from recent burglaries in Oregon City," according to a news release, with the help of K9 Grendel.
Reddon and Anderson have been charged with first-degree child neglect, conspiracy to deliver meth, first-degree theft, possession of a controlled substance and frequenting a place where drugs are sold.
Reddon's criminal record dates back to 1985, according to court records, and includes charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants, possession of a stolen vehicle, first-degree forgery, menacing, harassment, fourth-degree assault, criminal mischief and many citations for driving while suspended.
Both Reddon and Anderson are currently behind bars at the Clackamas County Jail.
The Oregon City Police Department invites the public to call their tip line, 503-496-1616, if you see suspicious or illegal behavior.