3 arrested, narcotics seized in Sherman

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

SHERMAN, TX - Three people were arrested after police say they seized marijuana and cocaine from their Sherman home. Ethan Whitfield, Terran Ballard, and Alicia McCarthy were arrested Wednesday.

Officers say they confiscated half a pound of marijuana and less than a gram of crack cocaine from their house. Authorities called CPS when they found 3 children, Including a 4-month-old infant inside the home.

Police also seized just under $6,000 in cash during the search.

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  • by Cleopatra Jones Location: Sherman on Jun 28, 2011 at 12:45 AM
    This is the result of white supremacy, hands down there are no jobs available for people who have been in trouble so cause and effect; you resort to making a living any why possible. Instead of every racist melanin deficient, poor, uneducated, hypocrite pointing fingers look at your family. Hahahaha! Drugs are imported by your destructive race, you claim land that belong to the native Americans and destroyed their culture, enslaved the Africans to work the land to satisfy your greed moreover pollute the environment land and water depleting all natural resources for what I ask??? Huhh long story short I pray for these people and their families that a path will lead them to better.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 24, 2011 at 08:08 AM
    first of all, NEVER CALL 911! second of all, i like drugs and so do most of you. whether you get them from an overpaid liscened criminal or a halfway decent street pharmacist. now go back to the bar and point your finger up your smeller.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 23, 2011 at 08:51 PM
    Anonymous talking about the bush family...what does that have to do with anything and where did you get your info on them moving drugs?!?! your an idiot along with breon. and to breon i checked the "history" and terran and ethan have been in trouble for this same type of offenses many of times. so they will be judged and hopefully they go down hard for this crime that they have done! i feel so sad for the kidds caught in the middile of it all.
  • by Taxpayer Location: Sherman on Jan 23, 2011 at 06:23 PM
    It even looks like they are wearing city issued, taxpayer provided t-shirts. You'd think with 6K, they could have bought some clothes.
  • by greener pastures Location: Sherman on Jan 23, 2011 at 12:37 PM
    I doubt they even get they have ruined their lives and probably look at it as "our" problem. Too bad me being a taxpayer doesn't mean anything when it comes to their greedy consumption of state services that I have paid for. Yeah, I guess it's my problem.
  • by Call 911 it sounds fishy Location: On the money trail on Jan 22, 2011 at 06:34 PM
    Hey there FLY! I like your thought on tracking the money trail when people bond out...outstanding idea. Makes me want to follow the money trail on all things questionable in anything that sounds fishy. My ears hear fishy things daily too! Awesome idea man!!
  • by stickem Location: Commerce on Jan 22, 2011 at 08:13 AM
    If they are receiving state aid, and they probably are, then the charges should be doubled for defrauding the government. With children also in the home, the charges should double yet again. With lax and forgiving court systems for repeat offenders, the cycle will not stop.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 21, 2011 at 09:48 PM
    breon you an idiot!
  • by lol Location: sherman on Jan 21, 2011 at 03:59 PM
    really want yall just call them what your thinking nigg--- cause thats really what yall want to say but lets just get to the point people make mistakes ive seen meth dealers on here and no says anything now three black people and everybody got something to say if you know this cr-p is going on call the police and let the law take care of them
  • by FLY Location: Wall on Jan 21, 2011 at 03:24 PM
    Well, Whitfield and McCarthy are already out of jail. They each had a total of $10,000. Whitfield's attorney bonded him out on his $10,000. McCarthy somehow posted bond for her $10,000. Gee,I wonder if money for bonds and attorney's came from ill-gotten gains from slingin' dope. 'Wish the detectives could tract the money trail. Poor little Ballard has additional warrants for not paying fines for his most recent drug offenses prior to this one. Do I hear a violin playing? Throw these scumbags in a TDC cell. They have already thrown themselves away.
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