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UPDATE: Promise Plea Hearing Set For Texoma Woman

Probation revocation and promise plea hearings have been set for a Texoma woman.

Melanie Gorleski is charged with Endangering a Child, Abandoning/Endangering a Child Criminal Negligence. Her hearings will be on February 10th.

Gorleski and Jesus Lopez are accused of using drugs in front of children.

Wichita Falls Police Department's Organized Crime Unit executed a narcotic search warrant in the 4800 block of Johnson Road October 21st.

Police say several grams of meth and drug paraphernalia where found in the presence of a two year old and a three month old.

Police say Lopez and Gorleski admitted to using meth.

Both are charged with two counts of Abandoning/Endangering a Child and Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone.

 

 

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