Wichita Falls Police say they recovered more than 2 pounds of meth off an attempted traffic stop, and arrest a man who they say tried to run from them.
What started as a routine traffic stop lands two Wichita Falls people behind bars early Tuesday morning.
Investigators from the Organized Crime Unit along with members of the WFPD SWAT Team executed a search warrant this afternoon in the 2800 block of Lancing Blvd.
A major federal drug distribution case that began in Wichita Falls in 2010 has finally ended with the sentencing of the last of the 39 defendants arrested in the case.
Three people are facing charges after a traffic stop turned into a short car chase.
A three and a half year federal, state and local investigation into meth trafficking in Young County has culminated in indictments of 65 defendants.
A Wichita Falls woman police say exposed one of her surviving twins to meth is back in jail, just 6 months after pleading guilty and receiving a probated sentence.
Alert repairmen at a boarded up rental home discover a working meth lab.
Steve Ysasaga and Roberto Macias were sentenced to time in federal prison.
The husband of a Mineral Wells woman found dead in a freezer has been charged with providing her with methamphetamine.
Three more defendants who were among 39 who pleaded guilty in a major meth distribution ring in Wichita Falls have been sentenced, leaving just 4 to be sentenced.
An Electra woman who did not return to court after her release on bond on federal drug distribution charges has been sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison.
Wichita Falls Police Narcotics Division served a search warrant late this afternoon that led one person to jail.
A Wichita Falls man arrested during a large scale drug sting operation last year will spend the next 97 months behind bars in a federal prison.
The body of 38-year-old Shannon Huddleston was found in a freezer at her home in Mineral Wells.
Megan Brown was found guilty of abandoning or endangering a child.
Authorities say a tip leads them to arrest two men who pick up drugs in Fort Worth and distribute them in Texoma.
WFPD officers say two known gang members are arrested on drug charges.
Deputies stumble upon 32 pounds of crystal meth worth more than $2 million.
Christopher Turpin was found guilty of the charge of possession of a controlled substance less than 200-grams.