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Police: Debit Cards and Meth Found in Man's Pockets

Wichita Falls, Texas - A man is behind bars after police say he was found with drugs and debit cards in his pockets.

According to police, on May 11th around 6:24 p.m., Wichita Falls Police Officers located 39-year-old Wesley Sanderson, who was known to them, and also had a warrant for his arrest. Shortly after, Sanderson went into the McDonald's located on the 1400 block of Holliday.

Officers went inside the restaurant and detained Sanderson, who then stated that he had something in his pocket.

Officers searched his pockets and found two baggies containing a clear crystalline substance and one baggie with a white powdery substance. Field testing on the crystalline substance tested positive for methamphetamine, while the powdery substance did not test positive for anything. Officers also found empty baggies, a scale, cash and four debit cards that did not belong to him in his pockets.

Sanderson was arrested, and was charged with Fraudulent Use or Possession of Indentifying Information, Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance O/4g - U/200g, and the initial warrant for Violation of Probation -Aggravated Assault Family Violence.
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