Douglas Inn manager, two others arrested in meth bust
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team has arrested the manager of the Douglas Inn in downtown Roseburg, along with two others on various drug charges.
The arrests were made Wednesday afternoon, as a result of an investigation which included the controlled purchase of methamphetamine from Michelle Sullivan, 49, who officials say is the manager of the Douglas Inn.
DINT officials say that Sullivan had picked up the meth from George Humphry, 51, who they say was staying in Room 150. Detectives say after selling them the meth, she returned with the money to his room.
Humphry was contacted by detectives and the money used in the drug buy was recovered from him.
A search of his motel room found an additional small amount of meth and packaging material.
Theresa Webb, 33, and her 14-year-old daughter were also found inside Humphry's room. Authorities arrested Webb for Probation Violation and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor.
DINT then contacted Michelle Sullivan and say they conducted a search of her apartment, which is connected to the motel office.
Authorities say a meth pipe was located in her bathroom.
All three were lodged at Douglas County Corrections.
Both Sullivan and Humphry were charged by DINT with possession and distribution of meth.
This is the same motel where DINT investigated an explosion caused by a hashish extraction process in July.