Note the gangster mexican felons have white girlfriends. Note the tattoos and what ugly mexican anchor babies they are.
What started as a routine traffic stop for speeding ended with the arrest of two parolees and the seizure of drugs and a loaded handgun. Traffic Safety Deputy Ryan Postlewait was working radar on the onramp from Delaney Road to northbound Interstate 5 on Friday afternoon when he observed a fast-moving white Dodge Charger. Postelwait recorded the car’s speed at 78mph in a 55mph zone, so he initiated a stop on the speeding vehicle (photo attached). Upon making contact with the driver, Postlewait observed four other passengers in the car and could smell the obvious odor of marijuana coming from the interior. The occupants denied having marijuana in the car, but admitted to smoking it earlier in the day. Deputy Jeremy Landers and his drug-sniffing canine, Misty, were called to the scene to assist. With the assistance of Sr. Deputies Todd Bay, Jeff Nicoloff and Brenda Lumley, the occupants were removed from the car and the interior searched. Located in the trunk of the car were a backpack containing, two $10 bills, 15 individually packaged bags of marijuana and a loaded 9mm Glock gun. The contents of the marijuana bags indicated they were packaged to sell as “dime bags” for $10 each
(photo attached). Carlos Calzadillas,
22, of Salem, was arrested and booked at the Marion County Jail on charges of Possession & Distribution of a Controlled Substance, being a felon in possession of load firearm, and for violating the conditions of his parole. (photo attached). Brian A. Grageola, 20, of Independence, was arrested and booked at the Marion County Jail for violating the conditions of his parole. (photo attached). Monica Filippone, 29, of Portland, was the owner of the vehicle. She was cited and released at the scene for possession of less than 1 oz of marijuana (no photo). Monica Mathieu, 27, of Vancouver, Washington, was cited and released at the scene for possession of less than 1 oz of marijuana (no photo). Gerome Matilton, 29, of Portland, was the driver of the vehicle. He was cited for the original traffic violation of speeding (no photo). Sergeant Craig Cunningham applauded Postlewait’s arrest, “We don’t know if this marijuana would have ended up in the hands of a child in Marion County or in some other city along Interstate 5, but we’re very happy to have removed it and the loaded gun from our community”.Attached Media Files: Seized evidence , Brian Grageola-Delgado , Carlos Calzadillas , Scene of carst