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UPDATE: 14 arrested in Post Falls after SWAT serves search warrant

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The Post Falls Police Department said Wednesday afternoon they arrested 14 people in connection to the search warrant served at a home on W. 20th. 

Detectives say they recovered a "large amount of drugs, money and stolen property" from the home. 

Arrested were: 

  • Sandra M. Waters (29 YOA) - Hometown Coeur d' Alene 
  • Debra L. Cooper-Anderson (57 YOA) - Hometown Post Falls 
  • Annalise S. Porto (22 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Gary L. Berreth (46 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Frederick E. Hawkaas (34 YOA) Hometown Coeur d' Alene 
  • Joseph K. Gardiner (30 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Dona N. Westlake (20 YOA) Hometown Hauser Lake 
  • Bradley A. Martell (22 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Ryan J. Markley (24 YOA) Hometown Coeur d' Alene 
  • Audra R. Delahunty (30 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Mercedes B. Berrett - Wenz (19 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Christian A. Reynolds (19 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Brian A. Milligan (38 YOA) Hometown Post Falls 
  • Jonathan K. Locke (22 YOA) Hometown Coeur d' Alene


Previous coverage: 

POST FALLS, Wash. - The Post Falls-Rathdrum Multi Agency SWAT Team performed a planned search warrant service at 319 W. 20th in Post Falls early Wednesday morning. The SWAT Team was used due to the high risk nature of the warrant service and the information we were provided that multiple people living in the house had warrants for their arrest.

There were as many as 15 people in the house and the warrant service resulted in 11 people arrested and 2 people being issued citations and released. The drug related investigation is ongoing and investigators will be working at the home throughout the day collecting evidence.

Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to contact the Post Falls Police Department or leave anonymous tips on this website: www.postfallspolice.com.

Names of those arrested and any additional information about the case will be released as soon as possible.

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