COLEMAN, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - Two people were arrested in what Coleman police are calling "one of the largest methamphetamine seizures in Coleman County's recent history."
The Coleman Police Department posted the following post on their Facebook page:
A Recent investigation by the Coleman Police Department led to the execution of three search warrants and one of the largest Methamphetamine seizures in Coleman County’s recent history . The first at 416 W. 10th Street on Thursday, August 31st, which led to two subsequent search warrants on two storage buildings on September 1st, and two on September 3rd.
During the search warrants officers located and seized over 16 pounds of Methamphetamine, multiple scales, packaging materials and drug paraphernalia. Officers also located several firearms, some of which were confirmed as stolen.
Joe Louis Rosales Jr., 46 and Rhonda Kay Rosales, 45, were both arrested as a result. Joe Louis Rosales was filed on for Manufacturing and Delivery of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
Rhonda Kay Rosales was filed on for Manufacturing and Deliver of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone.
The Coleman Police Department was assisted in the execution of the warrant at 416 W. 10th by the Coleman County Sheriff’s Office, Runnels County Sheriff’s Office, Coleman Park Police and Coleman ISD Police, and by the Coleman County Sheriff’s Office during subsequent searches.
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