PORTLAND -- Police shut down a suspected methamphetamine house Tuesday, thanks to the persistence of neighbors.
Concerned residents of the north Portland neighborhood filed complaints and affidavits, allowing police to get a warrant.
But the front door was blocked by an iron gate.
"Because of the huge metal door, they hooked to it and they pulled it off. Unfortunately, the whole front of the house pulled off, exposing a very big hole in the front," Sgt. Doug Justus told KOIN News 6.
Paul Boerckel, 37, Dawnetta Farlow, 25, and Murray Farlow, 27, were taken into custody and face several drug charges. Police say the suspects are related.
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