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E. Texas man arrested after residence raided by multiple agencies

Cinque Abjual Ross (Source: Kilgore PD) Cinque Abjual Ross (Source: Kilgore PD)
KILGORE, TX (KLTV) - An East Texas man was arrested after multiple agencies executed a search warrant at his home.

According to the Kilgore Police Department, 36-year-old Cinque Adjual Ross of Kilgore was arrested September 18 and charged with delivery of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and felon in possession of a firearm.

Members of the County Organized Drug Enforcement Unit, the SWAT team, and Kilgore Police Department's STAR team executed a narcotic search warrant at Ross' home at 405 Harris Street. Police seized a quantity of marijuana and four pistols.

Ross has previously been arrested in Gregg County thirteen times. His prior charges include failure to identify/giving false information, tampering with evidence, engaging in organized criminal activity, burglary of a vehicle, assault of a public servant, contempt of court, failure to maintain financial responsibility, theft of firearm, unlawfully carrying of a weapon, and contempt of child support.

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