POINT serves search warrant on Dallas home

DALLAS — Members of the Polk Interagency Narcotic Team found more than 70 grams of methamphetamine and arrested two men after searching a home at 482 SW Wyatt St. in Dallas.


Richard Selby

Dallas Police, Oregon State Police, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office assisted in serving the search warrant.

Police said the search concluded an investigation in meth distribution operated by Ronald Selby, 48.


Ronald Selby

Detectives found more than 70 grams of methamphetamine, packaging materials, $620 in cash, digital scales, drug use paraphernalia including pipes and needles, video surveillance equipment and digital media devices, police said.

Officers arrested Ronald Selby on four counts of possession of a substantial quantity of methamphetamine, three counts of delivery of a substantial quantity of methamphetamine, and delivery of methamphetamine in a substantial quantity/commercial drug offense.

He is lodged at the Polk County Jail bail is set at $4.2 million.

Richard Selby, 56 also was arrested on a charge of possession of methamphetamine. His bail is $15,000

Ronald Selby was on release from Marion County on a prior POINT investigation that resulted in his arrest on Dec. 14, 2017 in Salem. At that time Selby and his associate, Felipe Rodriguez Jr. 33, were arrested on Portland Road with 3.47 pounds of methamphetamine. That case is pending prosecution in Marion County.

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