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1/27/05

Lubbock Woman Arrested After Drug Search

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

A Lubbock woman is under arrest after police narcotics officers searched her south Lubbock apartment.

Passion Perry, age 28, was taken into custody just after 2pm Thursday afternoon. Officers had a warrant to search the apartment at 1520 82nd St. for drugs.

Perry was arrested on two felony warrants.

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