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Four Charged In Meth Bust

Four men are facing charges related to a meth bust. 

Eric Ruben Ward, 30, Samuel Brian Esquibel, 39, Fernando Lee Rodriquez, 19 and Anastasio Sapata, 34, are all facing a charge of manufacture/delivery of meth more than four grams.

Newschannel 6 was on scene Thursday as Wichita County deputies searched a home on  North 8th Street. They said it was being used for a meth operation.  Inside, deputies found 38 grams of the illegal drug.


Sheriff David Duke said one of the suspects tried to run away but wasn't able to get far before being caught. 


  

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