Several tips to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office led deputies to two separate locations earlier this week where drugs were being sold; leading to several arrests.
The first location was an apartment located at 19800 Atascocita Shores Dr. in Humble where drug activity was suspected. When deputies arrived, they smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the apartment. Inside, deputies observed marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia in plain view, along with a shotgun. After a search warrant was obtained, deputies searched the apartment and recovered drugs, drug paraphernalia such as scales, ledgers and packaging material, as well as cash. The drugs are estimated to have a street value of approximately $19,000. Deputies arrested Cory Miller, 22, for possession of marijuana with a deadly weapon enhancement.
A felony warrant was issued for a second person not yet in custody. In an unrelated case, deputies responded to a house in the 7200 block of Skylight Ln. in northwest Harris County after receiving several iWatch tips about drug activity at the location. When deputies arrived they detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from three individuals in the driveway. After obtaining a search warrant, deputies found inside the house marijuana, scales, drug ledgers, narcotics packaging material, and a gun reported stolen in 2001. In all, four individuals were arrested. They are: Justin Brown, 26- posession of marijuana with a deadly weapon enhancement; and possession with intent to deliver with a deadly weapon enhancement. Brandon Brown, 20, possesion of marijuana Amber Rios, 26, felony theft warrant Chasse Brown, 30, driving without a license with prior conviction; and two outstanding misdemeanor warrants.