A Portland man was arrested Monday on several drug charges after the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team served a search warrant in Roseburg and found large quantities of methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine.

Galen Trigg, 47, was arrested after DINT detectives found approximately 2.5 pounds of methamphetamine, 1.4 pounds of heroin, 30 grams of cocaine, and 7 grams of psilocybin mushrooms during a search of a residence in the 300 block of Southeast Pine Street in Roseburg. In addition to the various drugs, detectives said they found firearms, cash and other evidence of drug-related crimes.

DINT Commander Lt. Rick McArthur said the quantity of meth and heroin found is usually possessed only by very high-level dealers.

Trigg had a warrant for his arrest from the United States Marshal’s Service. Trigg was lodged at the Douglas County Jail in lieu of a $1 million bond.

Trigg was arrested on suspicion of methamphetamine possession, methamphetamine deliver, heroin possession, heroin deliver, cocaine possession, cocaine deliver, and two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Detectives also found 40-year-old Matthew Shields of Roseburg at the scene. Police said Shields was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine and heroin and he was cited and released for being in possession of methamphetamine and heroin.

Reporter Dan Bain can be reached at 541-957-4221 or e-mail at dbain@nrtoday.com.

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Dan Bain is the health reporter for The News-Review. He previously worked at KPIC and 541 Radio.

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