Two people are in jail and more arrests expected after law enforcement served a search warrant on a Grand Coulee home.
The arrests came after a four-month long investigation, prompted by a complaint regarding suspicious activity at a home in the 200 block of Dill Avenue.
Grant County’s Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team, the Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team and Grand Coulee police raided the home Friday morning. According to the Grant County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement found meth, heroin, scales and packaging material, inside the home.
36-year-old Michael Capshaw was arrested for possession of narcotics with intent to deliver. 38-year-old Angelette Obendorf was arrested on an unrelated warrant.
During the investigation, INET made several controlled drug buys, which gave investigators the probable cause they needed to obtain a search warrant.
“We rely on the partnerships with citizens so we can focus on possible criminal activity, and through those partnerships, we help make our communities safer,” Sheriff Tom Jones said in a news release.
The investigation continues and more arrests are expected.