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Drugs, Stolen Goods Lead To 2 Arrests

A series of events involving drugs and stolen goods has landed two people behind bars. 

The Wichita County Sheriff's Office told Newschannel 6 that Deputies found a stolen car on Sunday along the 2600 block of Iowa Park Road.

Deputes arrested 46-year-old Mark Aaron Lee at the scene. He faces charges for giving a false name to avoid arrest. He also had two prior convictions of fail to identify--fugitive from justice.

Deputies said they searched Lee's girlfriend's home on the 1200 block of Central Freeway. Deputies said they found more items believed to be stolen, meth and other drug paraphernalia.

Deputies arrested Lee's 37-year-old girlfriend. She faces charges of theft over $1,500.

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