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Two Arrested After Narcotic Warrant Completed

Two people were arrested and charged after a search warrant was completed by the members of the Wichita Falls Police Department SWAT Team and the Organized Crime Unit.

They executed a high-risk narcotic search warrant in the 1100 block of Austin St., which is located close to the First United Methodist Church where they run a licensed school and daycare.

Erma Wyatt and Kavon Price were both arrested and charged with manufacturing and deliver of a controlled substance penalty group 1 over four grams, under 200 grams in a drug free zone.

Wyatt is Price's mother and was present at the time the warrant for Price was served.

The 44-year-old Wyatt had approximately nine grams of the 15 total grams found during the search located in her bedroom.

According to the affidavit, 15 grams of crack cocaine is way more than a consumer amount.  In addition, the cocaine was already cut up into small rocks, ready for distribution at the street level.

Both Wyatt and Price posted their bail of $100,000.

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