Seven arrested, 2 sought after 10-month Central Texas drug investigation

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GOLDTHWAITE, Texas (KWTX) Six men and a woman have been arrested and two other women are sought after a 10-month drug investigation, Mills County Sheriff Clint Hammonds announced Tuesday in a Facbook post.

Charles Christopher Cravens, 45, of Goldthwaite, was arrested on May 29 on warrants stemming from undercover drug buys in August, October and November of 2018, Hammonds said.

Heather Nicole Hampton, 30, of Goldthwaite was arrested on May 29 on a warrant stemming from methamphetamine buys in September 2018, he said.

Antonio Bonilla-Flores, 31, of Goldthwaite was arrested on June 5 on warrants stemming from marijuana buys in September and November of 2018, he said.

“Deputies were granted permission to search his residence and discovered that Flores had numerous fraudulent checks that were being mass produced and distributed through various banks,” Hammonds said.

Mills County investigators are working with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office on the check case, the results of which will be forwarded to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, he said.

Toby Bosquez, 32, and John Scott Youngblood, 53, both of Goldthwaite, were arrested on June 6 on charges of delivery of marijuana in a drug-free zone, stemming from a buy in May, he said.

During a search of Youngblood’s home, deputies recovered methamphetamine and firearms, Hammonds said.

Douglas Pat Norton, 48, of Goldthwaite, was arrested on a warrant charging possession of THC wax in a drug-free zone stemming from a search of his home in December, he said.

Tommy Lee Sims of Mullin, who’s incarcerated in a state prison unit, was charged with delivery of methamphetamine after a buy in September 2018, he said.

Authorities are still looking for Amber Scheree Sims, 32, of Mullin who is wanted for delivery of methamphetamine and tampering with evidence and Ashton Alaine Sinast, 32, formerly of Priddy, who’s wanted on the same charges.

Investigators are asking anyone with information about their whereabouts to call Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers at (325) 646-1982.