KBI Arrests Salina Man in Meth Case

On Thursday afternoon, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation arrested a Salina man for suspected distribution of methamphetamine. The arrest was the result of a joint investigation by the KBI and the Dickinson County Sheriff’s Office.

According to the KBI, at approximately 1:10 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19, KBI agents arrested Gregory “Bo” Westfall, 55, of Salina, at the Rodeway Inn & Suites hotel at 3932 S. 9th St. in Salina.

Westfall was arrested for alleged distribution, or possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine. The crime is suspected to have occurred in November 2022 in Dickinson County.

After KBI agents arrested Westfall, they received consent to search a hotel room that was rented by an associate of Westfall. Agents observed drug paraphernalia in the room. They obtained a warrant to search the hotel room. The Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) and the Salina Police Department assisted by offering K-9 officers to aid in the search.

During the search they uncovered methamphetamine, counterfeit oxycodone pills believed to be laced with fentanyl, and an illegal firearm. A female subject was also detained for questioning.

Westfall was booked into the Dickinson County Jail. Additional charges are pending.

The investigation is ongoing.