A cold front will approach the Brazos Valley later today. Isolated areas of rain and thunderstorms could develop along and ahead of that front between mid-afternoon and early evening. Good news: rain & storm activity will be quick moving (1 hour or less). Bad news: a few severe thunderstorms are possible with large hail and strong, damaging winds being the main concern. A brief, isolated tornado threat cannot be ruled out, as well.
Marijuana, mushrooms, prescription drugs and cash, all found inside one home in College Station. The three men living there are under arrest.
22-year-old William Rivers was arrested and charged with Manufacturing and Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Controlled Substance Group 2 and Group 3 and Possession of Marijuana.
22-year-old John Oswald was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance Group 3. 21-years-old Clark Oates was arrested and charged with Manufacturing or Delivery of a Controlled Substance Group 2 and Possession of Marijuana.
According to College Station Police, a search warrant was being executed in the 100 block of Forest Drive when the drugs were found. Officers found over a pound of marijuana, adderall, anabolic steroids and mushrooms.
They also discovered packaging material, digital scales and records revealing that Rivers was selling high grade marijuana
Rivers is in jail on $37,000 bond. Oates is in jail on $12,000 bond and Oswald is in jail under $8,000 bond.
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