Chief Carter's Stormtroopers Take Down Another Suspected Meth Distribution House
SAN ANGELO, TX — The San Angelo Police Department’s Street Crimes Division served a search warrant on a home in the 1000 block of Glenna where Methamphetamine was suspected to have been stored and sold.
Police didn’t reveal if they found much Meth, but one person was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, presumably Meth, in an amount that will only get her a third-degree felony charge.
A neighbor sent San Angelo Police Chief Frank Carter a shout-out on Facebook as operations were ongoing, thanking police for identifying the house as the cause of much drug troubles in the neighborhood. “Thank you Chief! Good job SWAT. Problem house no more,” wrote Kristyn Griffin.
The home had juveniles inside who were with the woman arrested. CPS was at the scene taking care of the kids while police packed the woman up in a police cruiser and took her to the Tom Green County Jail.
Police identified the woman arrested as Christal Elaine Acevedo. She was booked into jail at 7:57 p.m. for Possession of between one and four grams of a Controlled Substance, Penalty Group 1.
The Street Crimes Division has been busy fighting the Meth distribution problem in San Angelo. Last month, they raided a suspected Meth house across from an elementary school. Earlier in September, the Street Crimes Division stormed a suspected Meth house on Lipan.
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