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K-2 seized from business in school zone

K-2 seized from the Yantis Food Mart. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office. K-2 seized from the Yantis Food Mart. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office.
The Yantis Food Mart is just steps away from Yantis ISD. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office. The Yantis Food Mart is just steps away from Yantis ISD. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office.
Mohan Jassal. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office. Mohan Jassal. Photo Source: Wood County Sheriff's Office.

Released by the Wood County Sheriff's Office:

WOOD COUNTY, TX (KLTV) - On Monday 4/02/12, the Wood County Deputies served 2 felony warrants for Manufacture delivery or possession Miscellaneous Substance in a (Drug Free Zone) K-2 on 42 year old Mohan Jassal at the Yantis Food Mart.

Mohan Jassal is the owner of the Yantis Food Mart and when officers were at the Food Mart more illegal narcotics were located and seized. The suspect was charged with an additional charge of Possession of Miscellaneous Substance in a (Drug Free Zone) K-2 a Class A Misdemeanor.

Mohan Jassal bonded out on 2- $10,000.00 bonds and 1- $3000.00

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