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Corrigan police: 2 busted trafficking coke, meth

Source: Polk County Jail Source: Polk County Jail
CORRIGAN, TX (KTRE) -

Corrigan police have arrested a Michigan man and a Missouri man accused of traveling with large amounts of cocaine and crystal meth Sunday night.

William Louis Tucker, 47, of Grant, Michigan, and Judge Franklin Tucker, 55, of Charleston, Missouri, are each charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance.

According to a Corrigan police report, officers were patrolling US 59 north of Corrigan at 10 p.m. Sunday when they pulled over a vehicle for a defective license plate light.

Officers got consent to search the vehicle and reported finding two clear plastic bags of 57.7 grams of powdered cocaine and three clear plastic bags of 86.2 grams of crystal meth.

They're each being held on collective bails of $50,000.

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