Former N.E. Patriot arrested in Texas drug bust

A former safety for the New England Patriots, Willie Andrews, has been arrested in Texas after a recent investigation into drug trafficking.

The former player was one of 13 people that were arrested in suspicion of being involved in this large drug trafficking ring. The suspects were charged with conspiracy to possess with intent of distributing hydrocodone and the possession of a fire arm during a drug trafficking crime.

The defendants could face up to 10 years in prison if they are found guilty of the drug charges and up to life for the firearm charges. This is the second time that Andrews has been in trouble for drug possession. After this incident, he was let go from the Patriots.

If you or a loved one has been charged with drug possession, these charges can turn your life upside down. Contact the drug possession defense lawyers Dallas of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter by calling (214) 845-7007.

Undercover officers find and arrest 3 in drug crimes

Three Dallas residents were recently arrested by undercover police officers for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.  Undercover Kaufman County police officers investigated the trio on several occasions for the illegal sale and purchase of prescription drugs.

The police officers arranged a time to meet with 43-year old Monty Lee Mixon, 53-year old Brenda Vrla and 43-year old Mark Wayne Newman and were able to purchase 30 hydrocodone pills from the three suspects.

The three were arrested on January 12th and are being held at the Kaufman Law Enforcement Center on $25,000 bonds each.  They will go to trial to determine whether or not the state jail felony charges are accurate.

Contact the Dallas drug manufacturing & delivery lawyer, Mark T. Lassiter, at (214) 845-7007 if you or someone you know has been accused of drug crimes in Dallas.

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