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North TX Drug Trafficking Sting Suspect Turns Self In

Young County sheriff's officials say one of four people wanted in Tuesday's drug trafficking raid in North Texas turned himself into authorities this morning.
Young County sheriff's officials say one of four people wanted in Tuesday's drug trafficking raid in North Texas turned himself into authorities Thursday morning.

Officials say around 10 a.m., Clint Chenault of Graham walked into the Young County Law Enforcement Center with his attorney.

He was booked into jail on charges of engaging in organized criminal activity involving the possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine in Young County.

However, officials say less than three hours later Chenault was out of jail after posting a $100,000 bond.

Officials say Chenault was the 27th person arrested in connection with Tuesday's multi-agency sting that has actually been ongoing for more than three years.

During the latest raid arrest warrants were issued for 30 suspects.

Young County officials say the search continues for the final three suspects who live in the Dallas area.
 
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