Olympic Narcotics Enforcement Team arrests Port Angeles man in heroin investigation
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Kevin L. Caynor was booked into the Clallam County jail Friday on investigation of four counts of possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.
He was arrested in an OPNET search of a residence on the 2900 block of Vinup Street just east of Port Angeles, Viada said.
His brother, Ennis N. Caynor, 37, also of Port Angeles, faces drug charges for allegedly selling methamphetamine twice in December 2012, Viada said.
Ennis Caynor is awaiting court proceedings related to separate cases involving heroin, methamphetamine and a stolen motor vehicle, Viada said.
Kevin and Ennis Caynor are each being held in the Clallam County jail without bail.
Meanwhile, 50-year-old Thomas A. Reina of Sequim was arrested Dec. 31 for investigation of possession of heroin with intent to deliver.
He was awaiting a 2011 case in which OPNET alleged that he sold Oxycodone in March and April of 2011, Viada said.
In another OPNET case, Patricia J. Sullivan, 52, of Belfair was sentenced to 20 months in prison Feb. 13 for possession and delivery of methamphetamine in Port Ludlow and Port Hadlock last May and June, Viada said.
Terri L. Turner, 55, of Port Townsend received a 90-day jail sentence Feb. 7 for conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine and two counts of methamphetamine possession, Viada said.
She was arrested in Port Townsend last September during an OPNET investigation.
Susan M. Smith, 47, of Port Townsend was sentenced to one day in jail and one year probation after pleading guilty to methamphetamine possession, Viada said.
Mark J. Pierce, 44, of Port Hadlock was sentenced to two years probation Jan. 24 after pleading guilty in Jefferson County Superior Court to two counts of selling methamphetamine, Viada said.
Last modified: March 16. 2014 6:57PM