TOLEDO — A father and son were arrested after authorities seized more than $1,800 worth of suspected methamphetamine at their Toledo home Saturday, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.
Lake A. Gregson, 23, and his father, David A. Gregson, 48, had been the target of an extensive narcotics investigation in the Winlock-Toledo area, according to the sheriff’s office. More than an ounce and half of meth was seized from the house on the 100 block of Conifer Lane outside of Toledo. Investigators also found drug paraphernalia, a loaded handgun and scales used to measure narcotics, the sheriff’s office reported.
Lake Gregson was booked into the Lewis County Jail in connection with three counts of delivery of meth and one count of possession with intent to deliver. David Gregson was booked on one possession of suspected methamphetamine and alleged possession of prescription medication without a prescription.
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