3 arrested in Sherman drug busts

By: Victoria Maranan Email
By: Victoria Maranan Email

SHERMAN, TX - The Sherman Police Department made several drug busts over the weekend.

From Thursday to Saturday authorities seized about 20 pounds of marijuana, nearly $5000 in cash, ten grams of cocaine, 90 grams of meth and an assortment of weapons. These were all found in several locations.

Authorities now have three people in custody: 24-year-old Alberto Guerrero, 32-year-old Derrick Nelson and 36–year-old Kenneth House were all booked into the Grayson County Jail. Sgt. Bruce Dawsey of the Sherman Police Department said that the drug war is far from over.

"It's an ongoing battle, as it is across the nation, you know. The drugs are coming from Mexico prevalently...so they are consistent in their battle against it...our narcotics division is very active," he said.

Police said the stolen weapons will be returned to the owners while the other firearms will eventually be destroyed.


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  • by ???? on Dec 4, 2010 at 10:47 AM
    Alberto Guerrero remains in jail. Transferred from grayson to Collin. With no bail. He didn't get out the next day.
  • by get your facts straight on Nov 22, 2010 at 02:11 PM
    hey oldschool, guerrero was in fact booked into grayson co jail, then transferred to collin co. where he remains detained for probation violations, so before you make racial comments you should get your facts straight.
  • by Anonymous Location: Grayson on Nov 18, 2010 at 03:45 PM
    If Guerrero is at Vines how can US a Citizens check to see if he is there and if TRANSFERRED to INS that only means he will beat you BACK TO SHERMAN with a different name. So much for INS.
  • by Brother Jimmy on Nov 18, 2010 at 01:49 PM
    Moses didn't need it.
  • by here Location: there and everywhere. on Nov 18, 2010 at 01:03 PM
    someone on the story about the old man caught with cocaine said they don't bust mexicans...well here you go anonymous...drugs are drugs it don't matter what you are, get caught, get time!
  • by Biffco Location: Sherman on Nov 18, 2010 at 01:02 PM
    Sure is ironic that in a nation that values "freedom" so much, we sure are eager to lock people up and rob them of that freedom just because they like to use a disapproved substance to relax at the end of the day. You can't be for less government AND continued enforcement of drug laws that regularly allow the government unconstitutional intrusion into our private lives. It's hypocritical and divisive. Personal freedom applies to every one, including those who like to get high.
  • by Well Location: Sherman on Nov 18, 2010 at 12:20 PM
    Dont judge before you know someone. Derrick is far from a "low-life". They thru his name in there with everything. When in reality all he had was a little marijuana. Yeah Derrick may be on parole. Which if you knew anything you would know his parole is almost up. Dont go off what the news may report or what you might here because only Derrick and immediate family and friends know the truth behind it all.
  • by Anonymous on Nov 18, 2010 at 12:06 PM
    there is one drug worse than any of these that causes habitual abuse, is encouraged to be shared with others, makes you hallucinate and become dellusional and believe things that arent real,people are killed everyday over it. wanna know what it is?....RELIGION!
  • by Anonymous on Nov 18, 2010 at 10:36 AM
    Oldschool, if you'll check VINE records, it show Guerrero was taken to Grayson County jail, but TRANSFERRED, not released. Turned over to INS is a good bet.
  • by FLY Location: Wall on Nov 18, 2010 at 10:18 AM
    What do you think those idiot dopers bond out of jail with? I would bet my bottom dollar it is illegal gains from slinging dope, which is difficult to follow.
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