Arrest made in meth bust

Staff Writer



A Pagosa Springs man was arrested last week following the execution of a search warrant that revealed drug paraphernalia related to methamphetamines.

The man, Tye Fehrenbacher, 26, of Pagosa Springs, was arrested late Tuesday night after personnel from the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office carried out a search warrant at his home on South 10th Street.

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This story was posted on February 13, 2014.

7 Responses to Arrest made in meth bust

  1. littledrummerboy

    February 13, 2014 at 11:55 am

    the search revealed paraphernalia? this is considered a “meth bust?” i hope the cops are proud of themselves for locating a straw and a razor blade that were “related to methamphetamines.”it must have been quite the investigation. i feel safer already!

  2. Haha

    February 16, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    Without diving too far down your rabbit hole of delusions; if someone was bludgeoned with a phone book, would you not consider it a murder weapon because of your personal view of what’s nitpicking?

    What is your issue, is that dude your dealer? It sure seems that way ;) One less meth tainted razor lying around…

    If you have a problem with how the law is enforced in your community, do something about it. I see you blah blah blathering quite often, let’s see your name on an an ELECT ME sign.

  3. littledrummerboy

    February 16, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    i’m not sure where you got the impression that i support drug use, but i’ll play your little game and pretend i am indeed a tweaker: how could he have been my dealer, if he didn’t even have any meth on him? apparently, you missed my point, which is: despite the cops using limited resources in a feeble attempt to “appear” to be thwarting drugs in our community, the best they could come up with was some loser’s paraphernalia. if that is your idea of winning the war on drugs, then maybe it is you that has delusions in your rabbit hole. personally, i don’t like to see taxpayer money wasted and will not apologize for blathering when i see something that stinks. it’s my right as a citizen to expect accountability from my government and to voice my opinions.

  4. lb

    February 17, 2014 at 2:59 am

    read the full article in the paper, more was found !

  5. Haha

    February 17, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Haha, awesome diatribe. They found illegal things and arrested him. Cry, baby, cry.

    You really should re-read what I said the first time, as you really just dodged the point and went on blathering as usual.

    You are not, will not, and never will be privy to an entire investigation. Will that keep you from pretending that you understand/ I doubt it. :)

    Go use your rights, bro.

  6. littledrummerboy

    February 17, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    i am not sure why my skepticism is so offensive to you or why you are so quick to defend the actions of the police. maybe you think of them as saints, but i don’t. i actually read and am aware of the high percentage of inappropriate police activity that is rampant in this country. do you have the same amount of trust in the federal government too? i doubt it! apparently i am a cry baby for asking questions of our authorities. by the way, i read your response several times in an effort to understand what being bludgeoned by a phone book has to do with anything. yet, you say i am the one avoiding the topic.

  7. Haha

    February 18, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    Alex Jones ahoy…brother. Dummy.

    Did you read the article IN the paper?