Early morning severe weather has moved east of the Brazos Valley, taking the damaging wind and tornado threat out of the area as well. While the severe weather threat has passed, we'll need to monitor areas of minor flooding and down tree limbs on area roads. A tornado watch remains in place for most of the area -- however, that should be canceled by the National Weather Service shortly.
College Station Police made a pair of arrests Friday night concerning drug possession.
At 11:15 PM, investigators executing a narcotics search warrant went to a residence in the 3000 block of Texas Avenue. Two people were contacted inside the building, and two additional residents arrived shortly after.
In a search of the residence, police found 20.1 grams of cocaine and 50.1 grams of marijuana, along with some perscription drugs. The cocaine's street value is estimated at $1,500.
Ruben Rodriguez Jr., 22, and Jack Thomas Olivo, 26, were arrested. Both men are from College Station. Rodriguez is charged with cocaine possession with intent to distribute, a first-degree felony. Olivo faces misdemeanor charges for possession of marijuana, Hydrocodone and Alprazolam.
College Station PD's Special Investigations Section says the arrests are part of an on-going investigation that continues. More arrests are possible, they say.
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