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Odessa woman behind bars again on drug charges

Leon Mosby (left) and Talisha Redic (right) (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center) Leon Mosby (left) and Talisha Redic (right) (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center)
ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Two people are behind bars on charges of delivery of cocaine.

Leon Mosby, 31, and Talisha Redic, 33, were both arrested on Friday evening.

Odessa police said while they were executing a search warrant in the 100 block of West Mable, OPD narcotics detectives made contact with Mosby and Redic.

According to the report, investigators found Mosby and Redic to be in possession of 23 grams of cocaine along with several hundred dollars in cash.

Talisha Redic, as you may recall, made headlines in Nov. 2015 after she pled guilty to nine counts of endangering a child and was sentenced to two years behind bars.

Back in Sept. 2013, Redic's newborn baby was born at 25 weeks and the hospital staff did several tests.

Those tests determined that the baby tested positive for cocaine, opiates and other drugs.

Investigators also discovered that Redic had six other children at home, who also tested positive for cocaine.

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