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3 indicted in raid on area home described as ‘one stop shop for narcotics’

Tommorriea Pace, Tommorrio Pace, Wynette Scott.  (Jail photos)
Tommorriea Pace, Tommorrio Pace, Wynette Scott. (Jail photos)(KWTX)
Published: Dec. 3, 2019 at 5:33 PM CST
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A drug raid at a home described as a "one stop shop for narcotics" in Navarro County that led to three arrests including a father and his teenage daughter, has been brought before a grand jury.

At its January meeting, the Navarro County Grand Jury handed down indictments against Tommorrio Pace, Tommorriea Pace, and Wynette Oruulreng Scott.

Mr. Pace, 40, is charged with three counts of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

He remained jailed Monday in lieu of bonds totaling $305,500.

His 17-year-old daughter Tommorriea is charged with three counts of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana.

She remained jailed Monday in lieu of bonds totaling $280,500.

Scott, 36, is charged with three counts of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana.

Scott remained jailed Monday in lieu of bonds totaling $280,500.

The Navarro County Sheriff's Office's narcotics team executed a search warrant before 5 p.m. Dec. 3 in the 200 block of Mamie in Corsicana.

"We have concluded a several month investigation into narcotics being trafficked out of the location," Sheriff Elmer Tanner said at the time.

"The search warrant yielded several types of dangerous, illicit drugs."

Tanner said deputies seized more than three grams of black tar heroin approximately 88 grams of methamphetamine, about three grams of cocaine, 20 grams of Ecstasy, 18 grams of Xanax, a small amount of marijuana, counterfeit and real cash, and a loaded 9mm pistol that was reported stolen earlier in Fort Worth.

"It's important because of the several different types of narcotics there, they basically had anything you would want," said Tanner.

Intelligence and complaints led investigators to that location, Tanner said.

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