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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  • by nakita Location: ladonia on May 29, 2008 at 12:41 PM
    first of all MISTY, you don't know squat about Ladonia. YES, I have kids, but unlike people like yourself,I have taught my kids morals. They have respect for themselves and I trust their judgement. Before you approach me, you need to get your grammar to where I can understand. You are far below my level and apparently understood N0THING I posted. So, reread it and I hope you can comprehend it better!
  • by Anonymous Location: Fannin County on May 20, 2008 at 12:05 AM
    Theres the name Cuba again getting to be a pattern in the news isnt it?
  • by Misty Location: Commerce on May 19, 2008 at 06:33 PM
    I must say something about the comment from someone from Ladonia.That's ridiculous that you said they have to make a living somehow!Do you have kids?If so,are you going to have the same opinion when drugs are sold to them?I would hope not!You can say your kids no better all you want,but what happens when it happens to yours?These people can get a job just like everyone else in this world instead of counting on other people,drugs,and the government to take care of them.This has nothing to do with the economy,the want to do something with your life lies within yourself no matter where you're from.For those that got arrested AGAIN,you would think they would learn the first time around-or should we blame that on the prison system for not providing enough classes to reduce the recidivism rate?The blame is not the economy...the blame lies upon the person who distributes the drugs.A crack house close to a school?-that should have a prison sentence within itself.
  • by Anonymous on May 14, 2008 at 10:21 PM
    what is really going on in the hell is going on in LADONIA!!!! There is nothing positive about LADONIA anymore,this is a town that has really gone to nothing. There is nothing there for anyone especially our kids,no place for them to go,or anything for them to do,the jobs or gone so the only thing most of our young men and women to do is drugs(black and white) maybe if those of us who say we love ladonia would get together and make a better and positve place for our future of tomorrow we can save our kids today.Parents we need to go back to the old school where it took a village to raise us and stop upholding our kids when we know they do wrong and stop wanting to fight everyone for trying to tell our kids right from wrong we could have a town that we once had.Remember we were once young and if we did something wrong our parents didn't whip the adults for correcting us it was us who got whipped and you could not call an adult a lie,we just might have a chance to get rid of the drugs
  • by Nakita Location: Ladonia on May 13, 2008 at 12:36 PM
    I am from Ladonia, and I must say that it is sad that there are more drugs in Ladonia than there are people! However, they must make a living somehow. Most of the people listed don't have transportation or stable homes, not to mention there are no jobs in the town. I am not applauding their methods of survival but as a concerned community as most are pretending to be now, we need to do something about the economy in which we live.
  • by Anonymous on May 11, 2008 at 03:21 PM
    The names are now posted but the original article did not list them.
  • by Miss Molly Location: Sherman on May 10, 2008 at 07:53 PM
    Good Golly All...Their names are posted and by the way...Durant (pronounced DOO RANT) is not in Fannin County. Where you people "frum"? I bet they baby momma ma'ad.
  • by Daniel Location: Sherman on May 10, 2008 at 02:30 PM
    well... what exactly is 23 arrest warrantes..
  • by anymouse Location: tx on May 10, 2008 at 01:11 PM
    GOOD DEAL FANNIN CO AND DRUG TASK FORCE! LET'S SEE SOME MORE. PICK UP THE OTHER 5,000 IN FANNIN. YEAH ! DO IT AGAIN
  • by ladonia on May 10, 2008 at 04:16 AM
    thats my home time,and will alway be.we must come to gather not turn our heads the other way.we need our own police DP ladonia has alot of history behind it,yes am from ladoina,i would like to run for mayor..when i retire from the army...no i will not hide behind my CP...my name is marcus philliph......so lets all help clean up ladonia.but most of you will still look out your windows and say its just a those ? i know all those boys and girls.that one guy do look like gary coleman...lol
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