LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday shows six Angelina County residents are charged in a meth conspiracy ring.
Cynthia Gail Smith, 55, of Lufkin; Christina Ann Dixon, 41, of Lufkin; Randall Gregg Dixon, 48, of Lufkin; Tony Domran Horton, 26, of Pollok; Shelby Roxanne Dixon, 22, of Lufkin; and Casey Brianne Dixon, 20, of Lufkin; are accused of conspiring to purchase pseudeophedrine in various pharmacies around the region, with the purpose of it being used to cook meth.
The indictment lists 76 occasions which five of the suspects purchased the drugs.
The indictment also states Smith began using a house on the 300 block of Lightfoot Road to cook meth.
All six suspects face up to 20 years in federal prison for the charges.
Five of the suspects were booked into the Angelina County Jail for holding on the federal charges on Tuesday. Horton is serving a three-year prison sentence on a previous drug charge.
All six are charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth. All but Smith are charged with 76 counts of possession of a list 1 chemical. Smith is charged with maintaining a place for the manufacture, distribution and use of meth.