Yakima Co. detectives bust alleged drug dealer with meth, fentanyl, guns and cash

OUTLOOK, Wash. — An Outlook man is facing several felony charges in Yakima County after detectives seized large amounts of methamphetamine, suspected fentanyl pills, marijuana, cash and several guns from his home.

According to court documents, detectives had been investigating 24-year-old Orlando Xavier Medina Jr.’s alleged drug activity prior to serving a search warrant at his home in the 2300 block of Van Belle Rd.

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Through surveillance, authorities observed Medina leaving his home in a Chevrolet Silverado on Feb. 13. They pulled him over and arrested him after developing probable cause that he was in illegal possession of a firearm due to prior felony assault conviction that prohibits him from owning one.

Members of the DEA Task Force, LEAD Task Force and the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant at his home after the arrest.

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During the search, they found 470.7 grams of crystal meth, 253 grams of blue pills containing suspected fentanyl, 191 grams of marijuana, two pistols, a stolen AK-47, a digital scale and nearly $30,000 in cash.

Medina is being held at the Yakima County Jail on $120,000 bail. He faces charges related to drug dealing and unlawful possession of a firearm.

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