EUGENE, Ore. - Officers stopped a wrong-way driver early Wednesday morning and found $10,000 cash, a stolen gun and 70 grams of meth in the car, the Eugene Police Department said.
The traffic stop led police to a hotel room, where a search uncovered another stolen gun, several stolen computers and collectible coins, police said.
The investigation started just after midnight when officers stopped a car going the wrong way on East 17th Avenue near Oak Street.
During the traffic stop, officers found the stolen items, meth and cash.
The investigation led police to a room at the Valley River Inn, where they found additional stolen items.
Police arrested three people; a 41-year-old woman, a 32-year-old man and a 46-year-old man. All three have been booked into the Lane County Jail.
Investigators in this incident have asked that the names of these people be withheld until the investigation is complete.
Police said the trio face an assortment of charges, including delivery of meth, theft, possession of a controlled substance and being felons in possession of a firearm.
The woman and 46-year-old man were also arrested on unrelated outstanding warrants.