KILGORE, Texas (KLTV) – A Kilgore man has been arrested after a Crimestoppers tip alerted legislation enforcement to alleged drug gross sales at his residence. A Texas sport warden was additionally known as, because the tip reported the suspect was maintaining a Caiman illegally.
On Friday, Rusk County Sheriff’s investigators and Texas Sport Wardens bought a search warrant for managed substances, and went to the house of Jason Greatest, 44, positioned on Leach Road in Kilgore. Once they arrived, they discovered what they believed to be marijuana, 1/4 pound of magic mushrooms, suspected THC edibles, angel mud (PCP), and 76 THC vape cartridges (Delta 9).
Additionally they mentioned they discovered weapons and U.S. foreign money.
Essentially the most uncommon discover was a reptile being saved within the residence. It was a three-feet lengthy Caiman, which is a reptile associated to the alligator. Rusk County officers and the Metropolis of Kilgore Animal Management officers have made preparations to have the Caiman relocated to Nature’s Edge, a wildlife rescue positioned in Dallas.
Greatest was arrested on the scene and charged with a complete of 4 managed substance felonies. His bond has been set at $118,500.
Essentially the most uncommon discover was a three-feet lengthy caiman being saved within the residence.(Rusk County Sheriff’s Workplace)
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