Law Enforcement Joint Operation

A super-huge joint law enforcement operation netted multiple arrest warrants that involved guns and drugs.

The Texas Department of Public Safety says the operation from January 27th to the 28th arrested suspects who were involved in felony charges.

The joint operation resulted in 181 traffic stops and 34 arrests, with 21 for felonies, seven gang members were identified, 10 grams of cocaine, a gram of fentanyl, and 64 grams of Methamphetamine were confiscated, along with six handguns and three rifles.

Seventeen felony warrants were served , recovery of two stolen vehicles and 14 thousand dollars in stolen property was also recovered.

The joint operation included Potter and Randall Counties, Amarillo Policeas well as Homeland Security, the D.E.A, FBI, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms as well as Lubbock County Sheriff’s and the Lubbock Anti-Gang Unit officers


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