ZAVALLA, TX (KTRE) - Deputies with the Angelina County Sheriff's Office have arrested three people in connection to the dealing of prescription pills.
Deputies arrested Billie Maxine Houston, 75, and her brother-in-law, Bobby Glynn Jordy, 60, both of Zavalla, at their residence on the 100 block of Jenkins Street, following a months-long undercover operation, according to Inv. Mark McLin.
McLin said there is also a warrant out for the arrest of Houston's grandson, Daniel Cole Houston, 31.
All three are accused of selling prescription morphine out of the residence. According to arrest affidavits, Billie Houston and Jordy sold the pills to a confidential informant once each earlier this year.
Houston is charged with second-degree delivery of a controlled substance and Jordy is charged with a state-jail felony of delivery of a controlled substance.
Both were booked in the Angelina County Jail on Tuesday and released on personal recognizance bonds.
In an unrelated case, deputies arrested Carl Curtis Decker, 32, of Huntington, on Tuesday. Decker is accused of selling prescription Dilaudid to a confidential informant out of his home on the 400 block of South Second Street in Huntington.
Decker is charged with second-degree delivery of a controlled substance. As of noon Wednesday, bond was not set for his release.