College Station Police arrested Shawn Bulent Butler, 20 Saturday night after authorities said they recovered marijuana, mushrooms, and MDMA (Methamphetamine) in his room.
Authorities said CSPD were called to 2300 Cottage Lane at 9:06 p.m. Saturday after someone reported Butler was using marijuana at his residence. When police arrived, the College Station resident granted police access to search his room.
Police said officers located several illegal substances during the search, which were eventually identified as marijuana, mushrooms, and MDMA (Methamphetamine).
Police recovered raw and ground up raw marijuana, Psilocybin mushrooms, other items determined to prepare and sell drugs, such as
a large amount of unused clear empty capsules, a second digital scale, new small clear plastic baggies, and a second larger safe. MDMA was also located.
Butler was charged with the following: Manufacture/Delivery Controlled Substance PG 2, 4 grams to 400 grams (1st Degree Felony), Possession Controlled Substance PG 2, 1 gram to 4 grams (3rd Degree Felony), Possession Marijuana less than 2 ounces (Class B Misdemeanor), Failure to Identify as a Fugitive (Class A Misdemeanor)
Criminal Trespass-Building (Harris County arrest warrant) (Class B Misdemeanor).
Butler is currently being held in the Brazos County Jail on $69,000 bond.
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