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Men in Black – taking East County back!

Three people were arrested on multiple charges Tuesday night after numerous citizens’ complaints to the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office regarding possible narcotics activity led to an investigation that included surveillance and controlled drug buys at a residence in the 20600 block of Deuster Lane in Porter.

Deputies executed a search warrant at the residence and confiscated over 1,000 prescription pills, dangerous drugs, controlled substances and marijuana. It was also determined that a convicted felon living at the residence was in possession of two handguns.

Chance Mosley, 37, is charged with two counts of Possession/Delivery of a Controlled Substance; two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance w/intent to Deliver; two counts of Possession of a Dangerous Drug; two counts of Felon in Possession of a firearm; Possession of Marijuana; and Money Laundering


Traci Mosley, 39, is charged with Possession of a Dangerous Drug

John Roane, 43 is charged with Possession of Marijuana

Deputies seized two vehicles from Mosley’s residence and as of this writing over $90.000 in cash, all of which was received from the sale of illegal drugs. Investigators determined Chance Mosley’s income over the past three years was from the sale of illegal drugs.

Constable Hayden said these arrests are the just the latest result of his department’s proactive effort to combat illegal narcotics activity in the neighborhoods of Pct. 4.

“We are extremely happy to get another drug dealer off the streets here in Pct.4,” Hayden said. “The good citizens of East Montgomery County are tired of these types of individuals who bring crime into their neighborhoods, and we are continuing to identify and remove them one by one.”

Constable Hayden is grateful to Pct. 4 Justice of The Peace James Metts who quickly responded to the staging area to sign the search warrant, and to District Attorney Brett Ligon’s office who assisted with the case.

“Law Enforcement is working together in East Montgomery County,” Hayden said. “You can take that to the bank, just like we’re taking the drug dealers’ money to the bank”.

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