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4 Behind Bars after Drug Bust

    A search warrant for drugs at a Wichita Falls home lands four people behind bars. 
     
    Police arrested 38-year-old Christina Jeffries, 35-year-old Joe Ayala Jr., 60-year-old Davis Hughes and 53-year-old Debra Brown in the 100 block of New Moon Lane Tuesday afternoon. 
     
    The Wichita Falls Police Department Organized Crime Unit and Gang Task Force found methamphetamine, scales and baggies. Police said the items found were used to sell drugs.   
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