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Trinity County law enforcement drug raid results in 3 felony arrests, seizure of meth

Allen Gober (Source: Trinity Police Department) Allen Gober (Source: Trinity Police Department)
Chasity Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department) Chasity Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department)
Edd Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department) Edd Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department)
Chasity Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department) Chasity Terrill (Source: Trinity Police Department)
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TRINITY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A joint effort by Trinity County law enforcement officers resulted in three felony drug arrests and the seizure of more than 4 grams of methamphetamine Wednesday.

Trinity County Sheriff Woody Wallace said that he, TCSO deputies, and Constable Reggie Olive executed a search warrant on a home on Evie Davidson Road in the Nogales Prairie area Wednesday. The search warrant was the result of an ongoing investigation.

Wallace said that they had arrested someone at the same address earlier Wednesday morning. 

He said they warned the people in the home that if they found out there were drugs in the house, they’d be back later.

Wallace explained that they warned the home’s owner to clear up any doubts that might arise in the legal process, adding that they are going to file for seizure of the house and property.

When the law enforcement officers executed the search warrant, they found more than 4 grams of meth, baggies, and scales.

Allen Gober, 28, of Lufkin, Ginger Terrill, 44, of Victoria, and Edd Terrill, 49, of Groveton, were all arrested and charged with first-degree felony manufacture and deliver of a controlled substance.

Earlier Wednesday, the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office arrested Chasity Terrill, 25, of Apple Springs at the same address. Wallace said when they took her into custody on a TCSO warrant for motion to revoke probation for possession of a controlled substance between 4 and 400 grams.

Wallace said in post on his Facebook page that more arrests could be pending as a result of the ongoing investigation.

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