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Sealed Indictment Alleges Dentist Had Meth in His Possession

An indictment unsealed late this afternoon alleges Dr. Barry Lee Jackson was in possession of less than one gram of meth in a drug-free zone.
    A sealed indictment reveals a Wichita Falls dentist who was booked into Wichita County Jail on a drug charge was arrested for possession of meth.
    Dr. Barry Lee Jackson is charged with possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone.
    The indictment states on January 16th, Dr. Jackson had less than a gram of meth in his possession, and he was within one-thousand feet of Crockett Elementary, which is a drug-free zone.
    Dr. Jackson bonded out of jail on a $25-thousand bond.
    He received his license to practice dentistry in Texas in 1974.
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