Big Spring Police Department Press Release
Several people were arrested on Tuesday morning after Big Spring Police executed several felony arrest warrants for narcotics violations.
The arrest warrants are the result of approximately six months of investigation by the Big Spring Police Department's Narcotics Division. Assisting with the arrests was the Howard County Sheriff's Office.
These investigations are a result of a collaborative effort with the citizens of Big Spring and the Big Spring Police Department. We share an interest in a Drug Free community to live and raise our children.
The Big Spring Police Department is committed to serving the community and providing a safe environment for all.
The following have been arrested as a result of this sweep:
27-Year-Old Lauren Smith: Possession of Dangerous Drug, Delivery Controlled Substance, Possession of Controlled Substance and Possession of Dangerous Drug
24-Year-Old Marty Evans: Delivery of Controlled Substance
46-Year-Old Toni Fraley: Delivery of Controlled Substance, Delivery of Controlled Substance, Possession Controlled Substance
27-Year-Old Mark Ryerson - Delivery of Controlled Substance, Delivery of Controlled Substance (Drug Free Zone)
28-Year-Old Brandon Robinson - Delivery of Controlled Substance
27-Year-Old Eurvin Winters – Possession of Marijuana
43-Year-Old Dorothy Woodard – Possession of Dangerous Drug
48-Year-Old Don Brooks - Delivery of Controlled Substance
31-Year-Old Michael Garza – Possession of Controlled Substance
26-Year-Old Ashley Ruiz – Possession Controlled Substance, Tampering With Evidence
32-Year-Old Jimmy Brannan – Possession of Marijuana
37-Year-Old Michael Flores - Possession of Controlled Substance
43-Year-Old Graciela Leal – Possession of Controlled Substance