Two men were recently arrested after law enforcement personnel conducted a search warrant on their Texas residence. During the search, officers allegedly found 2.4 grams of methamphetamines in the home and took the men, ages 35 and 20, into custody. The residence is located near a school. Other people were at the location when the search was conducted. However, authorities could not prove their intentions and did not arrest them.
The 35-year-old man faces charges of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone and is being held pending the payment of a $500,000 bond. He has a prior arrest for drug possession in Dec. 2012 related to an assault when the school nearby was placed on lockdown. The younger man was taken into custody for three separate drug-related warrants and is being held pending the payment of a $20,000 bond. Authorities conducted a criminal history check, found the warrants and arrested him.