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Perryton drug bust

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Perryton, Texas - Deputies report seizing more than 13 grams of methamphetamine in Perryton, and now three people are in custody.

The Ochiltree County Sheriff's Department performed a search at a Perryton residence and seized 13.4 grams of meth.

In addition to the arrests, a 15 year old juvenile was released to his parents, and several children were also found in the home.

Sahvanna Stateler, Abraham Rossel, and Dulces Baca were arrested for possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, among other charges.

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