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MIB TURNING INTO METH BUSTERS

Just after 10pm Precinct 4 Constables had information that Shane Michael Ward of New Waverly was at a location in the 23600 block of Tejas in Porter. Ward was wanted for a Blue Warrant issued last week by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Sgt. Clendennen requested the assistance of Deputy Ricky Ford, Juan Chapa and Chris Turentine. In addition DPS Troopers Woolsey and Lopez.

Once they arrived at the location and set up a perimeter deputies went to the front door where they saw the suspect inside. Entering the residence Shane Ward was taken into custody. Donald Ward who also resides at the address was intoxicated and attempted to fight deputies who were finally able to restrain him. A very strong odor of what was thought to be meth cooking was also noted.

As they cleared the residence they found another resident Brian Alan Carnahan, age 40 and Gayla Paulette Gorman, age 40 in a back bedroom along with some syringes and chemicals known in the production of Meth.

On the bathroom counter they discovered a bottle of clear liquid which appeared to be meth.

The mobile home was immediately evacuated and DPS MIG was called to dispose of the chemicals. They tested the 285 grams of chemical in the bottle to be positive for meth.

Arrested were Shane Michael Ward, age 40, who was living at the Tejas address on the Blue Warrant which does not have a bond. Gayla Paulette Gorman  ago 40, of Canary Drive in Porter on a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance with a bond amount of $50,000. Brian Alan Carnahan, age 40 who also lived at the Tejas address. He is charges with Possession of a Controlled Substance with a bond set at $100,000.

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  1. Confused

    Awesome job I am so glad to see this crap get out of our area. I hope they get each and every one of these places around our Montgomery County. Another step closer to making our children safe. Good job guys keep it up!

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