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  • Sarah Furay gained national attention after she grinned for her mugshot following her arrest by College Station officers earlier this month
  • The 19-year-old Texas college student was arrested after police found cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy and methamphetamine in her apartment
  • She has now been revealed as the daughter of Bill Furay, a supervising agent for the DEA’s office in Beaumont, Texas
  • Furay faces felony charges for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and drug possession
  • Her dad boasts a long list of conquests over the most hardened drug dealers in Texas – and takes a zero approach to drug dealers

A 19-year-old Texas college student who was arrested after police found cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy and methamphetamine in her apartment has been revealed as the daughter of a top Texas Drug enforcement agent.2EE7245300000578-3338309-image-a-9_1448811048300

Sarah Furay gained national attention after she grinned for her mugshot following her arrest by College Station officers earlier this month who discovered packaging materials, two digital scales and a handwritten drug price list in her bedroom.

But Furay, who faces felony charges for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and drug possession is also facing the wrath of her father Bill Furay, a supervising agent for the DEA’s office in Beaumont, Texas.

Bill Furay has a reputation as a hardened no-nonsense law enforcer who sees drug dealers as the scourge of society.

So, it will surely come as a surprise to him that his daughter now faces felony charges for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and drug possession.2EE72E9200000578-3338309-image-a-11_1448811493156

Police executed a search warrant on Furay’s home after they believed she was possibly dealing drugs, according to The Eagle.

They found 31.5 grams of packaged cocaine, methamphetamine, 126 grams of marijuana, 29 tablets of Ecstasy and 60 doses of 25c NBOME, a substance that has similar effects to psychedelic drug LSD.

Authorities said Furay admitted she had marijuana and cocaine in her bedroom.

And when officers searched her cell phone they discovered she was also selling illicit substances, according to KHOU.

Furay faces at least three felony charges that could result in a maximum sentence of 215 years in prison and a $30,000 fine, but some argue she may face a less harsh penalty because of her parent’s privileged status

Meanwhile Furay’s dad boasts a long list of conquests over the most hardened drug dealers in Texas.

His record includes successful operations that targeted drug traffickers including ‘Operation Blood Loss’ in 2009 and ‘Operation Agent Orange’ in June 2010.

Operation Agent Orange propelled Bill Furay into the spotlight for its effectiveness.2EE72E8E00000578-3338383-Furay_faces_at_least_three_felony_charges_that_could_result_in_a-a-12_1448813349759

He headed up a narcotics task force from different jurisdictions who staged a massive operation spanning several counties to arrest 60 people allegedly involved in a drug-trafficking ring tied to Mexico’s Sinaloa narcotics cartel, Raw Story reports.

Speaking after the operation Bill Furay said it ‘had decimated the Pineda organization that was operating in our region and responsible for the distribution of numerous pounds of methamphetamine and cocaine nationwide.’

 Having a mom and dad with well-established positions within departments of law enforcement and education certainly doesn’t hurt when it comes to getting your drug-dealing ass out of jail.

 Death and Taxes online magazine

He added: ‘Basically, we’re targeting criminal organizations, gangs, trying to hit them where they live and breathe.’

But he was apparently unaware that his own daughter was dealing drugs.

After her arrest Furay was booked into the Brazos County Jail and was released after spending one day behind bars, posting a $39,000 bond.

His daughter now faces at least three felony charges that could, given the severity of the Texas justice system, result in a maximum sentence of 215 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.

Furay’s mom, who is divorced from her dad and re-married, also holds a prominent position in their community. Shawn Creswell is the principal of the Coulson Tough Elementary School in Woodlands, Death and Taxes reports.

Her privileged status could mean that Furay will not face the harsh penalties doled out to others in her position, who, her dad has spent a lifetime hunting down, Death and Taxes reports.

After the release of her mugshot the 19-year-old was branded ‘an adorable drug kingpin’ and was described as having the ‘happiest mugshot in America’ by The Palm Beach Post.

Furthermore Death and Taxes suggests that ‘having a mom and dad with well-established positions within departments of law enforcement and education certainly doesn’t hurt when it comes to getting your drug-dealing ass out of jail.’

‘Having a mother with strong ties to the community and as a school administrator gives Furay’s attorney the opportunity to argue [the] client as a low flight-risk,’ the publication adds.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3338383/College-student-19-arrested-drug-dealing-bust-daughter-Texas-DEA.html

 

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