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Navasota Police arrest 11 in Thursday morning raids

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    NPD DRUG RAID

NAVASOTA- Navasota Police Department along with several corresponding agents began executing search warrants at three residences at 6 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21.

Following a four-month investigation, warrants were served at the 200 block of Ella Street, 1200 block of Water Street and the 500 block of Victoria Street, all located in Navasota.

Eleven individuals were arrested and booked into the Grimes County Jail on various charges.

 

Those charged in the early morning raid include:

Melissa Wagner, 28, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance- Second degree felony;

Francisco Sanchez Enriquez, 26, Possession of a controlled substance- Second degree felony;

James Boring, 66, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance- Second degree felony;

Julio Sanchez, 32, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance, State Jail Felony;

Ocia Sweed, 30, from Navasota, Possession of marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor;

Johnny McGinn, 41, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance, State Jail Felony;

Martin Boring, 60, from Navasota, Possession of marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor;

Dennis Boring, 58, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance, State Jail Felony, Possession of marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor;

Janny McGinn, 40, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance, Third degree felony, Possession of marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor;

Edgar Villegas, 41, from Navasota, Felony in possession of a firearm, Third degree felony, Possession of a controlled substance, Third degree felony and Possession of marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor;

Lindsay Spencer, 35, from Navasota, Possession of a controlled substance, State Jail Felony.

According to Navasota Police Chief Shawn Myatt, officers seized multiple weapons, a large quantity of stolen property and various drugs ranging from Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Fentanyl and Heroin.

Multiple agencies assisted Navasota Police from Grimes County Sheriff’s Office, Grimes County District Attorney’s Office, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), College Station Police Department, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Public Safety.