Authorities said Tuesday that an Oregon man was arrested last week after they believed he was selling various substances to kids from an RV he would park close to schools.
According to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office, deputies opened an investigation after receiving information that a man was allegedly selling drugs to schoolchildren in the city of Eugene earlier this month.
Detectives discovered that a man allegedly sold drugs to local teenagers while parking his RV in various spots between South Eugene High School and Roosevelt Middle School.
Authorities also discovered that the suspect, Jeremy Lee Linville, 47, frequently parked close to the Amazon Skate Park.
On Thursday in Eugene, deputies executed a search warrant on Linville and his RV.
Deputies discovered Linville in possession of methamphetamine and several pounds of marijuana during the search, according to the sheriff’s office. Additionally, Linville’s RV had a stolen weapon.
After being detained, Linville was lodged in the Lane County Jail.
He is accused of being a felon in possession of a handgun, illegally possessing meth, delivering marijuana and MDMA within one thousand feet of a school.