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Meth Bust Suspects Remain in Jail

<br><span style="font-size: x-small; "> <p>Three people remain in the Wichita County jail while a fourth remains hospitalized following a Friday night drug bust in Wichita Falls.</p></span>

Three people remain in the Wichita County jail while a fourth remains hospitalized following a Friday night drug bust in Wichita Falls.

Wichita County sheriff's officials say Friday shortly before 10 p.m. a strong smell of chemicals uncovered a lab inside a home in the 22-hundred block Taylor Street.

That's where officials say they found four people inside along with meth, a meth lab and drug paraphernalia.

And tonight those people remain in custody.

Fifty-four year old Rodrick Sargent is charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, along with a few other charges.

His bond is $100,000.

Thirty-six year old Richard Sepulveda is booked on the same charge but officials say he is also charged with evading arrest.

His bond is $60,000.

Twenty year old Cole Randal Likens is charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.

His bond is $50,000.

The fourth person arrested is 24 year old Latesha Marie Brown, who is also charged with manufacture and delivery.

Her bond has not been set yet.

Sheriff's officials say she remains hospitalized after swallowing two grams of meth.

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