Texas meth-trafficking probe leads to 7 arrests
Seven people were arrested during a narcotics investigation by the Cooke County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies say they partnered with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics to take down a methamphetamine trafficking ring.
The investigation found the ring was supplying meth in Cooke County and several surrounding counties in southern Oklahoma.
Deputies recovered 1,103 grams (2.4 pounds) of meth with an estimated street value of $110,300, digital scales and other drug paraphernalia.
Seven people were arrested in Cooke and Marshall counties on drug charges.
The Cooke County Sheriff's Office says more arrests will come.
Justin Lewis, 42, was booked into the Cooke County Jail for manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana.
Ashley Rene Erlandson, 32, was arrested for the manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence. She was booked into the Cooke County Jail.
Joshua Scott Goodman, 41, was booked into the Marshall County Jail for aggravated drug trafficking, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest, maintaining a dwelling where drugs are kept or sold and possession of paraphernalia. He has a warrant out of Cooke County for engaging in organized criminal activity and manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
Edie Marie Robins, 49, was taken to the Marshall County Jail on charges of possession with intent to distribute narcotics and possession of paraphernalia.
Steven Gene Henderson Jr., Age 44, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for felony property crimes and taken to the Marshall County Jail.
Alexis Nicole Goodman, 22, was booked into the Marshall County Jail for public intoxication and possession of marijuana.
Matthew Ray Stuckey, 39, was arrested for possession of a controlled and dangerous substance. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail.