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Meth Raid Sends Two Albany Women to Jail

The raid was conducted by members of the Linn Drug Task Force consisting of the Linn County Sheriff's Office, Albany and Lebanon Police Departments.

Crystal Kay Pearsall and Ashley Marie Coats were arrested during the early morning Albany, Oregon drug raid
Crystal Kay Pearsall and Ashley Marie Coats were arrested during the early morning drug raid in Albany, Oregon.
Photos: Linn County Sheriff

(ALBANY, Ore.) - Two Albany women were arrested during a drug raid early this morning. Linn County Sheriff Tim Mueller says the raid happened at about 5:42 AM.

"Seized during the raid were dealer quantities of methamphetamine, scales, packaging material, drug paraphernalia, computers, US currency, electronic currency counter and a firearm."

Mueller says Linn County Sheriff’s deputies were assisted by Albany and Lebanon Police in executing the search warrant at 2215 SE Jefferson Court in Albany.

They say 27-year old Crystal Kay Pearsall was arrested at the scene. She was charged with Unlawful Possession of Meth, Unlawful Delivery of Meth within 1000 feet of a school and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor. Her total bail about was $29,250.

Also arrested at the residence was 21-year old Ashley Marie Coats. She was charged with Unlawful Possession of Meth. Coats bail was $6000.

Both suspects were lodged in Linn County Jail.

The raid was conducted by members of the Linn Drug Task Force consisting of the Linn County Sheriff's Office, Albany and Lebanon Police Departments.

Source: Linn County Sheriff




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Crystal December 2, 2010 12:14 am (Pacific time)

This was my blessing in disguise! Although this is embarrasing; this was my wake up call. I went from being an addict to being a great mom a productive member of society and self sufficient. In the last three years i have obtained my drivers licens, completed a year and a half of drug treatment completed probation without incident and have been employed the whole time. I also have enrolled in college; my son couldnt be more proud of me, and that makes it all worth it! I do want to say that before(when i was using) I never thought that all of this could happen, I truely believed that I was going to be a lifer of drugs but god proved me otherwise, so I count my blessing each and everday! I cant change the past(for those who pass judgement) but judge me for what I have to offer today!


ASHLEY COATS October 13, 2010 2:29 pm (Pacific time)

we are bolth clean and sober how embarrassing is those photos wow

Editor: Aahley, that is all that matters, I believe you will go on to do more and be more because of this experience.  If you ever are inclined to want to write about your experience I would be interested in publishing it.  It is Hell being human isn't it?  I can tell you this much; we won't judge you harshly over it, and I suspect the rest of the world will follow suit.  You can always write to me at tim@salem-news.com.  Be the success story you are mean to be, both of you!

Tim King

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