The Liberty County Sheriff’s Workplace Legal Interdiction Unit and Cleveland Police Division on March 30 teamed as much as saturate areas of Cleveland the place native residents have complained of medicine being bought. Throughout this operation, 5 individuals had been arrested – 4 on drug fees – and had been booked in on the Liberty County Jail.
Garland Andre “T-Bone” Bass, 41, of Cleveland, was pulled over throughout a site visitors cease and reportedly discovered to be making an attempt to ingest a number of items of what deputies consider to be crack cocaine so as to keep away from his arrest. Bass was taken into custody. Throughout a search, police reportedly discovered almost a gram of crack cocaine in his pants and on the floorboard of his automobile.
In accordance with an announcement posted by Sheriff Bobby Rader, Bass was out on bond after the LCSO Narcotics Unit not too long ago executed a search warrant on his residence for the distribution of crack cocaine. Bass is now charged with Tampering/Fabricating Bodily Proof and Possession of a Managed Substance.
Eric Rayshon Addison, 40, of Cleveland, was arrested whereas working a bicycle. Throughout the cease, deputies reportedly smelled the robust odor of marijuana coming from Addison. Police searched him and reportedly discovered him to be within the possession of a glass pipe generally used for smoking crystal meth, a small bag of KUSH, a bag containing roughly 5.7 grams of suspected crystal meth, digital scales and additional baggies. Addison was arrested and charged with Manufacture or Supply of a Managed Substance.
Billy Charles Edwards, 70, of Liberty County, was pulled over throughout a site visitors cease and located to have a driver license that had not been legitimate since 2018. Edwards was arrested. Throughout the stock of his automobile, deputies reportedly situated a glass pipe generally used for smoking crystal meth together with a cannister that contained roughly 0.50 grams of suspected crystal meth. He was arrested and charged with Possession of a Managed Substance.
In one more site visitors cease, Jessie Roberson, 72, of Cleveland, was pulled over in a site visitors cease and located to have native Cleveland PD warrants on a number of site visitors fees. Roberson was arrested and transported to the Cleveland Jail.
Jose Perez Rubio, 23, of Liberty County, was within the space of the Gas Depot on FM 787, Cleveland, Texas when deputies initiated a site visitors cease on his black Dodge Challenger. Upon deputies approaching the automobile, Rubio reportedly pulled off from the site visitors cease and fled from deputies, ultimately touring south on Plum Grove Street, reaching speeds of greater than 100 miles per hour.
Interdiction models pursued Rubio as he tried to return to his residence on CR 3316B in Liberty County. Deputies took him into custody with none additional incident. He was reportedly discovered to be in possession of roughly 5.29 ounces of marijuana packaged for resale. He was arrested and charged with Evading Arrest or Detention With a Car and Possession of Marijuana.