Warrant yields arrests



An investigation that brought Narcotics Investigators from the Atascosa County Sheriff’s Office, the Pleasanton Police Department and the Jourdanton Police Department all working together culminated last night when officers from all three agencies served a search warrant at a home on Olive St. in Jourdanton.

Inside the property, law enforcement located approximately 99 grams of methamphetamines that were allegedly being prepared for distribution. The street value of these drugs was approximately $10,000.

Arrested at the scene were Daniel Robbins – Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance Penalty Group One, 4-200 grams 1st degree felony. Bond was set at $150,000; Troy House – Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group One 1-4 grams 3rd degree felony. His bond was set at $30,000. Also arrested was Katherine Hensley on an active warrant out of Galveston County. Her bond was set at $2,500.

According to Jourdanton Chief Eric Kaiser, “Investigators from all three agencies are now routinely working on drug cases together and that solidarity is making an impact. These threee agencies have a great team and look forward to making an impact on those who traffic and peddle drugs in our area.”



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