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NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TX – The Nacogdoches County Constable Office precinct 4 has seized a methamphetamine lab and made two felony arrests late Friday  afternoon. Constable Jason Bridges stated that his office conducted  another search warrant that led to the confiscation of 100 grams of methamphetamine.

 

Source: Constable Jason Bridges.

 

Daniel Harkins. (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail.)
Daniel Harkins
Melissa Witt. (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail.)
Melissa Witt

The investigation started on Harris Street inside the city of Nacogdoches. Constable Bridges stated that deputy constables arrived at a residence looking for a wanted fugitive while attempting to execute a felony drug warrant round up that the Constable Office had been working on during the early morning hours.

Bridges stated they arrived at the residence and  observed drug paraphernalia and small amount of marijuana in clear view. Constable Bridges stated that his office obtained other information as  well that led Deputies to obtain a search warrant of the residence.

Officers found a gallon jar mixed with chemicals  inside the bedroom that tested positive for methamphetamine. The method  being used to manufacture the methamphetamine was different from what  the Constable Office has found before. The suspects were using a gallon jar, with chemicals inside that also had a rope  tied from the top of the lid to the chemicals. The common street name  for this type of cook is “DOPE ON A ROPE”, and is the first seizure of  its type in Nacogdoches County using this method.

Constable Bridges stated that the narcotics lab  contained over 100 grams of methamphetamine which is a significant  amount of drugs that has been taken of our street. The street values of  the drugs are $10,000.00.

Arrested at the scene were Daniel Harkins 34 years of  age and Melissa Witt 52 years of age both from Nacogdoches Texas. Both  subjects were charged with possession of a controlled substance a 2nd felony and booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail.

 

 

 

 

http://www.ktre.com/story/18634212/authorities-encounter-new-kind-of-meth-in-nacogdoches-co-raid

 

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