This Week’s Episode of “Dopes Doing Dope”

Moore County Law Enforcement has taken more deadly drugs and firearms off our streets.

The Moore County Sheriff’s Office and Dumas Police Department have been working on a “large-scale drug investigation” on several individuals in the County.

After the investigation was complete, narcotics officers obtained a search warrant for a home at 523 South Klein in Dumas.

During the search, narcotics including Fentanyl, prescription pills, and one pound of meth were found along with firearms including one that was stolen.

Officials arrested Erica Spain, Jamie Hernandez, and Alfredo Hernandez for the illicit drugs and placed them in the Moore County Jail.

Jamie and Alfredo were also booked for active parole warrants, and charges are pending for a fourth individual.

The Moore County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that: 

“Joint investigations between the Dumas Police Department and the Moore County Sheriff’s Office continually prove to be effective,”

“Over the last year, members from our communities have overdosed from drugs such as these. Moore County law enforcement continues to be committed to keeping our streets safe from dangerous drugs and will vigorously pursue anyone who seeks to cause harm to others or sell narcotics in Moore County.”


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