Wenatchee man implicated of leading organized crime, identity theft


They similarly recouped 14 drivers licenses that included an image of Ruggeberg with other peoples details and likewise 2 EBT cards believed to be swiped, the sworn declaration claimed.

Ruggeberg was imprisoned on uncertainty of leading orderly criminal activity, illegal circulation of methamphetamine, 5 matters of first-degree illegal home of a firearm, unlawful residential or commercial property of a short-barreled shotgun, 14 matters of first-degree recognition burglary and 2 counts of second-degree personal belongings of swiped building.

Investigators searched Ruggebergs motorhome in Might at a Wenatchee storage area yard along with found 5 weapons, consisting of a short-barrel shotgun. With 7 previous felony convictions, Ruggeberg is not allowed to possess guns.

WENATCHEE– A believed drug dealer from Wenatchee was detained Tuesday on suspicion of 23 prospective charges.

Authorities think Bruno Paul Ruggeberg, 52, became part of a criminal conspiracy theory that involved drug trafficking and also recognition theft in a minimum of 4 counties, including Chelan as well as Douglas, according to a most likely cause statement filed Wednesday in Chelan Region Superior Court.

Ruggeberg is being held on $250,000 bail at the Chelan County Regional Justice Facility.

The Columbia River Medicine Task Force utilized personal sources to keep track of Ruggebergs affirmed drug job previously this year in the Wenatchee Valley and likewise think he often dealt methamphetamine and also unsuccessfully tried to get 2 pounds of meth from a cartel in western Washington, the sworn statement said. Hes presumed of producing phony recognitions, too.