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Methamphetamine

A "routine traffic stop" ended with the seizure of approximately 80 pounds of methamphetamine in Jasper County on March 17, reports the Jasper County Sheriff's Office.

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When Lauren Courmier (inset) was arrested, officers discovered 28 grams of meth.

A former Vidor Independent School District teacher busted with more than 9 ounces of methamphetamine last November is again in jail on drug charges after officers with the Orange Police Department (OPD) stopped her March 8

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Meagan Lonion

Police in Pinehurst arrested a local woman March 1 after discovering her toddler wandering around a storage facility unattended as the allegedly intoxicated mother slept in a unit there.

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A joint operation between the Pinehurst Police Department and Orange County Pct. 2 Constable David Cagle resulted in the seizure of approximately 5.5 grams of methamphetamine March 3, reports Pinehurst Police Chief Fred Hanauer III.

According to Hanauer, the meth was seized in an undisclosed location. The investigation is ongoing and arrests are pending.

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A Jefferson County jury found a 42-year-old Vidor man guilty of methamphetamine possession stemming from a February 2015 arrest related to drug activity at a local motel. 

In a press release, District Attorney Bob Wortham announced that a jury of the Drug Impact Court found Houston Gene Freeman guilty of possession of methamphetamine of at least 4 grams and less than 200 grams, a second-degree felony charge. 

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Samantha Thomas

Narcotics investigators arrested a young Buna woman Feb. 22 after allegedly discovering more than 40 grams of methamphetamine in her possession.

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James Mitchell

Police in Pinehurst have arrested one man on drug charges as the result of an ongoing investigation. 

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One man was arrested and investigators confiscated more than 80 gram of methamphetamine, seven firearms and a variety of drug paraphernalia during a narcotics raid at a Vidor residence on Jan. 29, reports the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

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Orange County Sheriff's Narcotics Deputies arrested a Vidor High School teacher who was discovered with more than 9 ounces of what they believe to be methamphetamine, in spite of her effort to hide the drugs, reports OCSO Chief Deputy Clint Hodgkinson.

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44-year-old Samuel Clark Mclellan and 32-year-old Ann Marie Guilbeaux

Investigators executing a search warrant in Orange discovered large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine along with multiple firearms and arrested two people on Oct. 29, reports the Orange Police Department.

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