Pecan Grove contract deputies keep’n it quiet
By LeaAnne Klentzman
Contract deputy makes two different dope busts in Pecan Grove neighborhood.
Last week contract deputy constable Mark Williams made a couple of dope busts during routine patrol. In the first incident he was responding to a disturbance at the apartment complex on Old South. When he arrived at the call he noticed that several males bolted from the area where the disturbance was reported and went into a nearby apartment.
Deputy Williams made contact with those men and while standing at the open door, he could smell the odor of marijuana wafting from inside. While still standing at the door, he could see several bongs and other drug paraphernalia inside the apartment. One man was arrested, one is wanted for evading and several citations were issued. Inside the apartment deputies found pills, liquid pcp, marijuana, and distribution items. The apartment was reported to be a one stop dope shop.
Then in the same week, deputy constable Williams was working a traffic complaint on Mayweather when a speeding car passed him. Williams stopped the car. When the driver lowered his window to talk to the deputy, the smell of marijuana was wafted out. That driver, David Dunn, claimed to have not smoked weed since the day before. During a search of the vehicle Williams discovered two bricks of marijuana in the trunk; weighing about a pound each. The driver, David Dunn, 31, a longtime resident of Pecan Grove was arrested and booked into the County jail. By press time Dunn had bonded out of jail.
Deputy Constable Mark Williams is part of the team hired by Precinct 3 Constable Rob Cook to patrol Pecan Grove in a law enforcement contract program.
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