Two Ore. Fleet Technicians Face Drug Charges

August 22, 2016

Two city of Eugene (Ore.) fleet technicians face drug charges following the conviction of a colleague. The investgation took place in January, when former lead fleet services technician Steven Hern plead guilty to interstate marijuana distribution and money laundering, according to the Register-Guard.

Fleet technicians Doug Gunderson and Monty Early were questioned in the case and, according to court documents, admitted to dealing and using drugs. Gunderson has has been charged with delivery of oxycodone and Early has been charged with delivery of methadone.

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