Drug bust in Fannin Co.

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email

FANNIN COUNTY, Tex. -- After a six-month narcotic investigation in Fannin County, more than half of the suspects are behind bars.

The investigation began last week at a house in the 500 block of Mills Road in Ladonia. Inside the home, authorities found meth and crack cocaine.

Out of the 23 arrest warrants executed, only six are left. The suspects in custody are charged with at least one or more felonies, which include manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.

"If you don’t turn yourself in, we'll find you sooner or later, you'll get caught. We will aggressively search for you as best we can," Fannin County Sheriff Kenneth Moore says.

"We started out with 23 arrest warrantes. We've served over half by now."

Evvone Brown, Antonioel Cuba, Curtis Edwards, and Deshun Judkins (pictured below) are among those still being sought by the Fannin County Sheriff's Office.

If you have information on those subjects, you are asked to call the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office.


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