Salem Police Street Crimes Detectives concluded an investigation into the distribution of methamphetamine in our community, arresting five suspects and seizing significant quantities of methamphetamine as well as several firearms and thousands of dollars in cash.  The investigation identified 35-year old Mario N Landeros as one of the suspects who was selling methamphetamine from 2105 4th St NE in Salem. When Street Crimes detectives attempted to stop Landeros in his vehicle and arrest him on November 20, he rammed two police vehicles and fled. This event caused two Salem-Keizer elementary schools to be placed into lockdown while officers attempted to apprehend him. He later abandoned his vehicle and was located and taken into custody as he walked down the street.  Salem SWAT then served a search warrant at 2105 4th St at approximately 2:30 pm on November 20. Several more people were located in the residence at that time, and a subsequent search found fifteen firearms, both rifles and pistols, several of which were confirmed as stolen. The investigation also yielded nearly one-half pound of crystal methamphetamine and over $10,000 in cash as well as drug paraphernalia and packaging materials.