Posted: 2019-02-08 07:41:00 by Heather Roberts
Posted: 2019-02-08 07:41:00 byHeather Roberts
PRINEVILLE, OR — Seven people were arrested this week, after a short investigation by the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team. CODE detectives served a search warrant Wednesday morning, at a home on SE Sixth, in Prineville. They discovered two firearms; one, they say, had the serial number “obliterated.” The guns were seized from 59-year-old Rudy Parras (above, left), who is a convicted felon. He faces several drug and weapons charges. Based on evidence found, investigators believe drugs were frequently being sold from the home, including Heroin and Meth.
While executing the warrant, detectives say 31-year-old Rhonda Parras (above, right) swallowed heroin and was taken to the Prineville hospital. She later tried to escape custody but was caught a short time later by Crook County deputies. She was evaluated at St. Charles Prineville before getting booked at the Crook County Jail. She is charged with Manufacture, Delivery and Possession of Heroin, and two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor.
Rhonda Parras, Rudy Parras and 33-year-old Devon Miles (right) live at the location. Miles was arrested for allegedly violating his probation. DHS assisted with the investigation to protect the welfare of children living with them.
Visitors at the house at the time of the warrant were also arrested: 29-year-old Ashley Luna and 21-year-old Austen Minor are charged with Possession of Heroin, 50-year-old Shannon Smith is accused of Frequenting a Place where Controlled Substances are Used, and 21-year-old Aleah Carter was arrested on a warrant for a Probation Violation.