Raymond Woman Arrested On Narcotics and Stolen Property Related Charges
Her arrest culminated a lengthy investigation by the Pacific County Drug Task Force regarding her involvement in dealing and selling methamphetamine. The drug task force also coordinated with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office and the Raymond Police Department regarding information that was obtained that led investigators to believe that Angela Williams was also in possession of stolen property from previously reported thefts in the area. Deputies with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office requested and were granted a search warrant for her residence by the Honorable Judge Pro-Tem Michael Turner.
During the search of the residence, deputies located several articles of jewelry that were believed to have been stolen from recent thefts in the area. Deputies also located at least three Washington State Quest cards belonging to other individuals that were believed to have been traded to or purchased by Williams. Williams admitted to having used the cards after coming into possession of them. Deputies also located methamphetamine related paraphernalia including digital weight scales, smoking devices and controlled pharmaceuticals that were not prescribed. Williams also admitted to being involved in the process of moving, selling or trading stolen property. Angela Williams was booked into the Pacific County Jail for (3) counts of Possession of Stolen Property 2nd degree, (3) counts of Trafficking Stolen Property in the 1st degree, (3) counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance, (3) counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance to wit: Methamphetamine and (3) counts of Unlawful use of a Building for Drug Purposes. Assisting with the service of the warrant and the arrest were officers from the Raymond and South Bend Police Departments.