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.
Julie Carroll received five years probation for endangering children.
Leslie Ann Acosta will face trial after authorities found several grams of meth in her car during a traffic stop.
Hospital staff say 20-year-old Jacee Skipworth ingested methamphetamine, which ultimately led to the death of her child.
Janet Marie Abbe, who's 66, will not go to trial for charges of endangering a child, criminal negligence.
Thirty-year-old Misty Dawn Orr and 33-year-old Robert Bruce Niles are charged with possession of a controlled substance under four grams.
The search for a Burkburnett man with an outstanding warrant leads police to arrest six others on drug charges.
New legislation that took effect at the beginning of the year has helped law enforcement crack down on illegal drug manufacturing in Texoma. House Bill 1137 requires all pharmacies to use an electronic system to report all ephedrine and pseudophedrine sales, two key ingredients used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Two people arrested Thursday