Sheriff: 4 Drug Busts in One Day

The Wichita County Sheriff's Office said they made four arrests involving Methamphetamine within a 24 hour period.

The first two arrested were David Leroy Hooker and Mark Anthony Skelton.  Hooker and Skelton were arrested Tuesday morning near the 3900 block of F. M. 367 East.

Authorities said they responded to a call for a suspicious vehicle. When deputies approached the scene the said, Hooker and Skelton were in a car with a backpack containing items necessary to manufacture Methamphetamine.

The other two suspects were arrested early Wednesday morning near the 2300 block of Kings Highway. According to officials, Candace Lynn Sternadel opened the door when deputies were responding to serve a parole violation warrant on Bobby Ray Morrow. Deputies said they smelled ether at the residence.  Over 1,000 grams of Methamphetamine were recovered from that home.

All four suspects are facing multiple drug related charges.