Police find drugs, guns, fake cash in Brentwood-Darlington
Two men have been arrested after Portland Police say they turned up a sizeable amount of drugs, two guns, stolen property and counterfeit cash.
East Precinct officers say they learned of suspected "drug activity" in the Brentwood-Darlington burg on Portland's southern edge, leading to two traffic stops, and later, the search of a nearby home.
Here's what officers claim to have found in the residence:
• 2.4 pounds of methamphetamine
• 0.75 pounds of heroin
• 125 Xanax pills
• Almost $7,000 in real U.S. currency
• About $1,400 in counterfeit U.S. currency
• Two guns
• More than $2,000 worth of stolen property
Donald Lee Beasley, 47, has been arrested on charges of delivery and possession of meth and heroin. Beasley has six felony and seventeen misdemeanor convictions on his record.
Jason Michael Blythe, 42, faces charges for delivery of heroin and delivery of meth, as well as being a felon in possession of a gun and violating parole. Blythe has been convicted of 22 felonies and 17 misdemeanors, according to jail records.
Both men remain incarcerated at this time.
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