DPS recovers drugs, stolen gun in Friday arrest - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

DPS recovers drugs, stolen gun in Friday arrest

Two people were arrest by ATF and DPS officers in Lubbock on Friday. Two people were arrest by ATF and DPS officers in Lubbock on Friday.
Joe David Flores, 41 (Source: Lubbock County Sheriff) Joe David Flores, 41 (Source: Lubbock County Sheriff)
Ricardo Herrera, Jr., 33 (Source: Lubbock County Sheriff) Ricardo Herrera, Jr., 33 (Source: Lubbock County Sheriff)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Two people were arrested around 2 p.m. Friday afternoon as Texas DPS troopers and ATF officers served a violation of probation warrant in the 3100 block of Grinnell Avenue.

According to Corporal John Gonzales, while serving the original warrant they located a second subject in the home that was also arrested on unknown charges.

While searching the home, troopers recovered drug evidence as well as a stolen gun.

DPS has identified the suspects as 33-year-old Ricardo Herrera, Jr. and 41-year-old Joe David Flores.

Both men are in Lubbock County Jail charged with a Parole Violation as of Friday night.

The investigation is ongoing. KCBD NewsChannel 11 will continue to update this story as details become available.

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