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Tyler PD and TJC join forces, 7 arrests made

Otis Johnson Jr., Christopher "Kingpin" Ronald King, David Renard Scott. Photo Source: Smith County Otis Johnson Jr., Christopher "Kingpin" Ronald King, David Renard Scott. Photo Source: Smith County
Brittani Kay Bell, Andrew Latron Haffert, Austin Lee Wyche. Photo Source: Smith County Brittani Kay Bell, Andrew Latron Haffert, Austin Lee Wyche. Photo Source: Smith County
Christopher "Trap" O’Brien McGee. Photo Source: Smith County Christopher "Trap" O’Brien McGee. Photo Source: Smith County
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Tyler Police Department:

TYLER, TX - The Tyler Police Department Narcotics Unit, in conjunction with the Tyler Junior College Police Department, concluded a two month undercover drug operation involving one current student and four former Tyler Junior College students along with several other non-students. On numerous occasions the suspects sold narcotics on the campus of Tyler Junior College to undercover police officers.

According to Fred Peters, the Tyler Junior College Public Information Director, "Our police department sought the assistance of Tyler Police Department in January after detecting suspicious activity. We wanted to do everything possible to ensure a drug-free environment for our students and we appreciate the good work of Tyler PD in this joint investigation."

On Friday, March 19, 2010, officers of the Tyler Police Department arrested several persons in connection to arrest warrants that were issued for the sale and delivery of narcotics.  Investigators were not able to locate all the suspects on Friday but continued to follow up on their locations over the weekend. 

The following suspects listed below were involved in the narcotics investigation:    

Christopher Ronald King, W/M, DOB:12-29-1990, from Tyler. Arrested 03/22/10
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs. (state jail felony)
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs. (state jail felony)

Andrew Latron Haffert, B/M, DOB: 04-01-1988, from Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs. Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)

Austin Lee Wyche, W/M, DOB: 01-03-1989, from Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs. Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Criminal Conspiracy to Deliver Marijuana in a Drug Free Zone (state jail felony)

Christopher O'Brien McGee, B/M, DOB: 02-28-1991, from Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs. Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Delivery of Marijuana < ¼ oz Drug Free Zone (state jail felony)
-Theft of Property $50<$500 (class B misdemeanor)
-Man/Del of a Controlled Substance PG3<28 grams Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz< 5 lbs. Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Criminal Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Criminal Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)
-Unlawful Delivery of a Simulated Substance in a Drug Free Zone (state jail felony)

Otis Johnson Jr., B/M, DOB: 06-03-1987, form Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Criminal Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)

Brittani Kay Bell, W/F, DOB: 09-05-1991, from Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Criminal Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone (3rd degree felony)    

David Renard Scott, B/M, DOB: 11-01-1989, from Tyler. Arrested 03/19/10
-Delivery of Marijuana ¼ oz <5 lbs.  (State Jail felony)

 

Investigators believe that more arrests may be expected as a result of the on-going investigation.

 

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