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Arrests Made After Cocaine Flushed Down Toilet

Wichita Falls Police arrest two people after officers say someone tried to ditch drugs down the drain at a home in the 1800 block of Collins.

Police arrived at the home late Saturday night to serve a warrant. They noticed 4 people trying to flush a white powdery substance down the toilet in 2 separate bathrooms.

Officers took water samples from the toilet, after they spotted white powdery substance in the bowl. The samples tested positive for cocaine.

Authorities also recovered digital scales, empty plastic baggies in the residence.

35-year old Jimmy Salas Aleman and 20-year old Carly Jean Mason are both charged with Manufacture/Delivery of a Substance Over 400-grams.

2 other people are charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance (meth) Under 4-grams.

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