Marysville man, 43, held in gun, drug investigation

TULALIP — A felon with a history of threatening law enforcement was taken into custody Tuesday night when the North County Property Crimes Unit served a search warrant on a Tulalip residence.

The Marysville man, 43, was expected to be booked into the Snohomish County Jail at some point Wednesday for investigation of trafficking in stolen property, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, illegal possession of firearms and drug possession, officials said.

His girlfriend, 22, was booked into jail on misdemeanor warrants.

The search warrant was served late Tuesday night in the 13000 block of Eighth Drive NW with assistance from Region 1 SWAT, the sheriff’s office air unit, the Bellingham Police Department and Marysville Fire Department. No force was required, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said.

Police found two handguns inside the house, as well as small quantities of methamphetamine and heroin. Four vehicles were impounded and detectives will request a warrant to search the cars for additional evidence, including weapons, drugs and stolen property, Ireton said.

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