|SALMON CITY POLICE ARRESTS|
WEEKEND ARRESTS 5-19-14
Lemhi County Sheriff Lynn Bowerman has released the following report submitted to him by Salmon City Police Sergeant Terry Stratton.
On Friday, May 16, during the execution of a felony arrest warrant for Roger Dunn Jr., he attempted to flee apprehension from the Lemhi County Narcotics Enforcement Team,” LCNET”. Dunn was known to have outstanding warrants for trafficking methamphetamine and was also believed to be in possession of multiple weapons and body armor.
While on patrol Salmon Police Detective Leah Madsen observed Dunn as a passenger in a blue Honda Civic. An attempt to make a traffic stop was initiated but Dunn quickly fled the vehicle on foot and ran into a residence located at 126 State Street. Dunn barricaded himself inside the home. Assistance was requested and a perimeter was quickly set up.
A k-9 was deployed and entry into the house was made. During a search the suspect was located behind a dresser in a child’s room.
Dunn was taken into custody without further incident. Dunn’s vehicle was seized at the residence and approximately ˝ pounds of marijuana, 3 semi-automatic handguns, 2 ballistic vests, drug related paraphernalia, methamphetamine and a large sum of money, were seized.
Dunn is currently facing outstanding warrants in California and local felony charges. The Salmon Police Department would like to ask the public for any information regarding missing power tools, an orange colored butcher knife set, two lap top computers, a play station 3 and a digital camera.
The Salmon Police Department would like to thank the citizens who got involved and reported the criminal activity which was occurring in their neighborhood.
On Saturday, May 17, around 9:47 PM officers received an anonymous tip that Kasey Wornek was located at the Bella Vista Apartments. There was a current felony warrant for Wornek\\\'s arrest and he had been eluding officers for some time.
Officers located and attempted to apprehend Wornek who quickly fled on foot attempting to avoid arrest by jumping into the Salmon River. After deploying the K-9 and surrounding Wornek, he was arrested without further incident upon exiting the river.
Again, the Salmon Police Department would like to thank the many citizens who got involved and reported criminal or suspicious activity in their neighborhood.
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