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Big Meth Bust

Nearly two dozen people from Graham, Olney, Iowa Park, Jacksboro, and Newcastle are behind bars after a big drug bust in Young County.

The Young County Sheriff’s Office, DPS Troopers, agents from the DEA and the ATF, along with the Young County District Attorney’s and other law enforcement executed 30  arrest warrants on Tuesday.  Those warrants resulted in the capture of at least 23 people and are the culmination of an almost four year investigation into the distribution and sale of meth in Young County.

Over the past few years, this investigation has resulted in the arrests and or indictment of more that 65 people.  More than 400 pounds of meth was seized and they also recovered stolen property.

Here is the list of people arrested:
  1. Chris Alan Saunders, Bedford, TX
  2. Byron Lamar Saunders, Plano, TX
  3. Ralph Mercellno Casstro, White Settlement, TX
  4. Randall Todd Bouton, Newcastle, TX
  5. Roberto Agullar, Graham, TX
  6. Kimberly Ann Bafley, Olney, TX
  7. Misty Dawn Teakell, Big Spring, TX
  8. Gary Paul Cox, Graham, TX
  9. Donald Ray Cox, Graham, TX
  10. Bobby Ray Huffman, Graham, TX
  11. John Raymond Moore, Graham, TX
  12. Russell Eugen Cottle, Graham, TX
  13. Brandi Lynn Renlrow, Graham, TX
  14. Jaycie Jo Burkett, Graham, TX
  15. Bobby Earl Gilbert, Iowa Park, TX
  16. Launa Lynn Henderson, Graham, TX
  17. Christopher Allen Selcik, Jacksboro, TX
  18. Daphne Muller Segars, Olney, TX
  19. Jeffery Scott Palmer, Olney, TX
  20. Kelly Wooderson Burkett, Graham, TX
  21. William Allen Myers, Graham, TX
  22. Sheetia Gale Tozer, Newcastle, TX
  23. Emily Louise Kee, Newcastle, TX
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