Early Saturday morning Precinct 4 deputies went to a home at 20621 Shady Lane in Porter to execute a felony arrest parole warrant on Bobby Roy Ezell. After knocking at the door for an extended time and no answer they made entry. Inside they found Stephen Roger Edwards of Porter and Nicole Marie Crisp of Tyler, Texas. Along with that, they spotted drugs and drug paraphernalia on the kitchen table in an open view. They detained Crisp and Edwards and continued searching for Ezell who was found behind a water heater holding a full-length mirror and hiding behind it. He was taken into custody. With the drugs, in full site, a search warrant was requested and the deputies waited outside several hours until one could be drawn up and a judge sign it. Once the search warrant arrived the property was searched and drugs were seized. Ezell. Crisp was charged with possession of a controlled substance and Edwards was charged with possession of the controlled substance. Ezell has no bond, Crisp and Edwards bonds were set at $1500. Ezell had been arrested in early September for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. On October 17, 2018, Ezell was sent to prison for 2-years for felon in possession of a firearm. On September 14, 2017, he was sentenced in the Montgomery County Jail to 15 days for possession of a controlled substance. He is currently on bond for the September arrest.