Third person in custody in alleged meth delivery ring
February 27th, 2014 - 5:39am
(Blyn) – A woman wanted in connection with a methamphetamine ring has turned herself in.
47-year-old Tammy Rae Coburn was taken into federal custody yesterday.
Her arrest came a day after the announcement authorities had arrested the owner of ‘Sellin Style’ car dealership in Blyn and another woman in the case.
29-year-old Timothy P. Smith, a long time Clallam County resident was arrested Sunday night following a high speed chase that ended after two sets of spike strips were placed on the highway near the Hood Canal Bridge. Kelsey A. Davis, who was in the car, was also arrested.
Investigators say the trio allegedly sold methamphetamine to a person working with law enforcement including using Smith's car dealership on Old Blyn Highway.
As part of an investigation and take down of a larger drug ring, supplying methamphetamine to Smith and others around Puget Sound, law enforcement arrested Smith as he traveled back to Sequim on Sunday evening.
Shortly after Smith and Davis’ vehicle crossed the Hood Canal Bridge, the Washington State Patrol pulled the car over.
Smith sped away traveling at nearly 100 miles per hour and Troopers noticed bags containing more than one an half pounds of meth tossed from the car.
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