Meth, Cocaine, & Heroin seized from retired Clackamas County Deputy's storage unit in Oregon

Meth, Cocaine, & Heroin seized from retired Clackamas County Deputy's storage unit in Oregon

On February 13, 2014 deputies in Kane County, Illinois arrested William Floyd Marsh Jr who was a retired deputy from Clackamas County, Oregon.  Marsh Jr was arrested after Kane County authorities found approximately 55 pounds of high grade marijuana, two guns, and over $80,000 in cash that was related to him.  However, the investigation did not stop in Illinois.  Authorites from the Clackamas County Sheriff's office annouced the arrest of Gerald Matthew Wiese.    Five days after Marsh Jr's arrest in Illinois, the 46 year old Wiese was arrested after authorities caught him breaking into a storage unit in Milaukie, OR that belonged to Marsh Jr.  Inside of the storage unit, authorities found six pounds of methamphetamine, one kilogram of heroin, and over five ounces of cocaine.  

Mugshot photos of Gerald Matthew Wiese (on left) and William Floyd Marsh Jr (on right)

At this time, the relationship between Marsh Jr and Wiese is not known to the media.  However, there have been reports that Wiese's father works for Clackamas County.  Law enforcement officials also searched Marsh Jr's residence in the 400 block of North 1st Street in Creswell, OR.  Weise was transported to the Clackamas County Jail and is being held on a $250,000 bond.

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