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200 grams of meth, marijuana found during traffic stop

KLST/KSAN
KLST/KSAN
 2022-07-19
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WINTERS, Texas – A traffic stop was conducted by Runnels County Sheriffs Deputies that led to the arrest of two men after 200 grams of methamphetamine and a quantity of marijuana were seized on Sunday, July 17th.

According to a release from the sheriff’s office, deputies were watching a known drug house in Winters when a vehicle left the house.

Deputies then conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle on Cypress Street.

Probable cause lead to the search and seizure of 200 grams of methamphetamine and a quantity of marijuana.

Christopher Andrews, 31 of Coleman, and Brian Bailes, 48 of Coleman, were arrested for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.

Their bond is set as follows:

Andrews – Possession of a controlled substance PG1 4-200 grams -$75,000

Possession marijuana – $2,000

Andrew also had a patrol warrant with no bond.

Bailes – possession of a controlled substance PG1 4-200 grams – $15,000

Possession marijuana – $1,000

Runnels County Sheriff’s Office

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