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Task force: Meth, heroin, steroids, morphine seized in major Clackamas Co. bust

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Evidence photo from Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force Evidence photo from Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force
Douglas Corbus, Kaylena Jo Millard (jail booking photos) Douglas Corbus, Kaylena Jo Millard (jail booking photos)
Deputies said steroids disguised as olive oil were discovered in connection to a major drug bust. (Photo: Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force) Deputies said steroids disguised as olive oil were discovered in connection to a major drug bust. (Photo: Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force)
Three guns, including two stolen during a burglary in Milwaukie, were seized as part of the drug-dealing investigation. (Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force) Three guns, including two stolen during a burglary in Milwaukie, were seized as part of the drug-dealing investigation. (Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force)
CLACKAMAS COUNTY, OR (KPTV) -

A long-term investigation into a suspected drug-dealing operation led to the seizure of methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, oxycodone, Suboxone, anabolic steroids and morphine from a home, according to the Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force.

Deputies said a subsequent search of a storage unit led to the discovery of even more drugs, as well as stolen guns. 

Search warrants were served at a home at 6306 S.E. King Road in unincorporated Clackamas County near Milwaukie on Tuesday.

Investigators said they have received numerous complaints about the home and the man who lives there, 42-year-old Douglas Corbus, related to drug activity.

Corbus was arrested on charges of distribution and possession of heroin, oxycodone, meth and cocaine, as well as charges of forgery and possession of a precursor substance.

Investigators said they located chemicals and equipment used to manufacture meth inside the garage attached to the home.

The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Hazardous Materials Response Team was called out to safely remove the chemicals.

Kaylena Jo Millard, 40, was also arrested at the home and booked in the Clackamas County Jail on charges of distribution and possession of heroin, oxycodone, meth and cocaine, as well as identity theft.

Along with the drugs, investigators said they seized 10 Oregon Trail cards at the home that they believe were traded for drugs.

More than $6,700 in cash was also seized from the home.

Deputies said they then learned Corbus had a storage unit in Clackamas County that contained additional evidence.

A search warrant was obtained for the unit and the task force said it contained "an extraordinary cache of additional items."

That included a large amount of several types of anabolic steroids, more than 3,000 oxycodone pills, 1 pound of meth, dried psilocybin mushrooms, 17 pounds of marijuana, $82,728 in cash and two counterfeit $50 bills.

Investigators said the steroids were apparently disguised as olive oil. 

Three firearms were also discovered, according to deputies, including two guns stolen during a burglary in Milwaukie last month. Because Corbus is a convicted felon, he is also facing additional charges of felon in possession of a firearm.

The Hazmat team was again called out, as deputies said components of a clandestine meth lab were also discovered in the storage unit.

"All of this evidence -- combined with the evidence seized earlier this week -- leads CCITF investigators to believe they have intercepted a major criminal enterprise," according to a Clackamas County Sheriff's Office release. 

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