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Stolen Guns, Vehicles, Marijuana And More Seized In Pend Oreille County Bust

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NEWPORT, Wash. - Two people were arrested Tuesday morning after a search warrant executed by a variety of local law enforcement personnel. The search warrant to place at a home about 5 miles south of Newport. Washington State Patrol Troopers received information that there was a chop shop at a home in that area.
 
After executing the search warrant, which also involved the Pend Oreille Sheriff's Office, The Bonner County Sheriff's Office, and the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, found several stolen vehicles, a large amount of methamphetamine, several guns and a marijuana growing operation.
 
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