Four arrested in Aloha traffic stop
A traffic stop in Aloha led to the arrest of four people, including three for probation or parole violations.
Kathelina Test was pulled over at 185th Avenue and Baseline Road around 9 p.m. Saturday by deputies with the Washington County Sheriff's Office in Aloha. Officials said they found "a large quantity of meth" as well as "restricted weapons" and a handgun.
There were five people in the car and all but one were arrested.
Test, 22, is charged with delivering meth, being a felon with a gun, being a felon with restricted weapons and a warrant for parole violation.
The others arrested are:
• Daniel Marcum, 22, for heroin possession
• Anthoney Smith, 33, felony heroin possession, warrant for parole violation
• Patrick Darnielle, 28, delivery of heroin and meth plus 2 warrants for probation violations
The suspects are currently being held in the Washington County Jail.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story misstated the name of one of the cross streets in the sub-headline. The stop was made at 185th Avenue and Baseline Road. This story originally appeared on the website of KOIN 6 News, Pamplin Media Group's news partner.