Lubbock Authorities Seize Drugs, Guns In Central Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/12/06

Lubbock Authorities Seize Drugs, Guns In Central Lubbock

Drugs, weapons and ammunition, those are just a few of the things authorities found inside a Central Lubbock neighborhood Thursday afternoon.

The house had been the focus of a DPS and ATF investigation. On Thursday, authorities seized two ounces of Crystal Ice-meth. They also found crack, two shots guns, a pistol and ammunition, along with $4,000.

Two people inside the house, Melissa Pardo and Ronald DeLeon are facing various drug charges. Authorities say DeLeon is also a felon and faces at least 30 years in prison, if convicted on these charges, because of previous offenses.

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