Super Bowl tickets seized during marijuana distribution raids

Super Bowl tickets seized during marijuana distribution raids
Super Bowl tickets were among the items recovered during a raid focusing on marijuana distribution. (Photo: Portland Police Bureau)

PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland police seized three tickets to Sunday's Super Bowl that were among the items recovered in a series of raids focusing on a marijuana-distribution operation.
   
Portland police say they're still seeking the whereabouts of Matthew Parker, 42, and his son, Dreyson Parker, 19.
   
Police arrested Kao Choy Saechao, 39, at Portland International Airport on Friday. They say that began a trail of search warrants and raids at a Portland apartment, a Florida storage locker and Matthew Parker's home in Gresham.
   
Police found 212 pounds of marijuana and the football tickets inside a Cadillac Escalade at Parker's house.
   
Police seized $350,000, two SUVs, some steroids, marijuana plants, four rifles, two handguns and marijuana processing equipment.

The raid yielded a total of $350,000 seized, two SUVs, two televisions, a small amount of steroids, mature marijuana plants, four rifles, two handguns and marijuana processing equipment.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Matthew and Dreyson Parker should contact Officer Chris Devin of the Drugs and Vice Division, (503) 823-0246.