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Spokane Police: 3 Arrested After Search Warrant In Problem Neighborhood

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: Detectives of SPD/SU have been conducting an investigation into the sales of heroin at 1408 E. Pacific in Spokane. 

Detectives developed probable cause for the residence and a vehicle used by the suspect to deliver drugs.  Detectives secured a search warrant. SPD SWAT was used for entry into the residence due to risk factors known about subjects living and frequenting the residence.  

Immediately prior to serving the warrant the main suspect, Shelly L. Labrie, was seen leaving the residence in a vehicle.  Labrie was stopped a short distance away and detained. After the entry was made a total of five adults were detained at the house in addition to Labrie with her vehicle. 

During the search Detectives found a loaded syringe with heroin in it.  Additionally, street level amounts of pre-packaged crack cocaine were located. Detectives found multiple scales, paraphernalia, cash and packaging.  

Based upon the search and investigation the following individuals were booked into the Spokane County Jail:  Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver (Crack Cocaine)

Shelly L. Labrie  (1/12/71)

Philip P. Moore (9/6/59) 

Andrew M. Gasper (9/21/70) was booked for an unrelated misdemeanor warrant.

1408 E. Pacific is a location near two earlier incidents this month.  A subject was found deceased on the sidewalk on March 1.  A second incident involved a shooting at a residence a few days later.  Both incidents are within 2 blocks of tonight's search warrant.  

This search warrant is part of the Spokane Police Department's commitment to reduce crime in Spokane.

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