Arrest: Woman accused of trafficking 16,000+ grams of meth into Abilene over 60-day period

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ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – A woman accused of trafficking more than 16,000 grams of meth into Abilene over the past 2 months has been arrested. 

Angelica Marie Wilson, 31, was taken into custody by members of the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office during a traffic stop Tuesday morning.

Wilson is charged with Manufacturing/Delivery of Methamphetamine, Child Endangerment, and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.

84 grams of meth and a “large sum of cash” was seized from her vehicle during the traffic stop, according to a social media post from the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office.

The post states that prior to her arrest, investigators were able to determine “Wilson has brought over 16,000 grams of Methamphetamine into Abilene and Taylor County in the last 60 days.” 

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