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Angelina SO arrests three in multiple meth investigations

Source: Angelina County Sheriff's Office Source: Angelina County Sheriff's Office
LUFKIN, TX (AP) -

Two separate meth investigations have lead to the arrest of three men in Angelina County.

According to Cpt. Alton Lenderman, on Monday night, the Angelina County Sheriff's office served a a search warrant at 1856 Old Hwy. 69 in Huntington in reference to narcotics.  Michael Keene of Huntington was arrested for three counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance and an outstanding federal warrant for violation of federal probation original charge Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Tommy Burns of Huntington was also arrested at the same home for one count of delivery of a controlled substance.

"We were able to find a small amount of meth," Lenderman said. "It was not a lot of meth but enough for personal use. There was also paraphernalia that would be used for selling meth."

In a separate investigation, the sheriff's office and Angelina County Precinct 3 Constable Chad Wilson went to a home located in the 300 block of John Keely Rd. in Zavalla where they arrested Walter Metcalf for one count of Delivery of a Controlled Substance.

Bonds for all three have not been set.

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