Local resident charged with four drug-related felonies

Detectives found over $400 in cash, 113 grams of methamphetamine



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JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter

A Pullman resident was arrested and charged with four felonies Friday morning by the The Quad Cities Drug Task Force (QCDTF) and the Pullman Police Department.

According to the Whitman County Jail inmate listing website, 42-year-old Sean Storment was booked in the Whitman County Jail on Friday around 2 p.m.

Storment’s arresting charges include delivery of methamphetamine, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, possession of stolen property in the second degree, and possession of stolen property in the third degree.

According to a media release published on Saturday by the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office, detectives from QCDTF and Pullman PD began the investigation into Storment in June, after purchasing methamphetamine from him during a controlled narcotics operation.

During the investigation, detectives found Storment had allegedly burglarized a residence and stolen credit cards, according to the media release. Storment allegedly used the credit cards to make purchases in Spokane, Washington.

According to the Pullman PD logs, detectives executed a search warrant on Storment’s property around 9:30 a.m.

According to the media release, detectives found 113 grams of methamphetamine and over $400 in cash. They also found credit cards and IDs that did not belong to Storment.

Some of the property found by detectives belongs to a Moscow, Idaho resident whose residence was burglarized, according to the media release.

Storment is currently being held in jail without bail.