LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A drug bust at a home at 7015 61st St. led to the arrest of three people who were suspected of making methamphetamine.
Logan Sandvick, Chris Albarran, Kevin Kelley and Kelli Sellers were all suspected to store and sell meth outside of the 61 Street home, according to a Lubbock Police Department warrant. Police suspected the home’s owner Sandvick, who inherited the house from his grandparents, of selling drugs from the home.
After surveying the home days before, authorities found many vehicles were driving up to the home, stopping for a short while and then leaving. A few traffic stops from vehicles that let the home also yielded arrests for possession of illegal drugs.
Most of the interactions also took place from around 1 to 6 a.m.
One specific instance that led to a search warrant being issued for the home was on Feb. 8 after a Ford pickup pulling a Ditch Witch trailer pulled into the house’s driveway before noon. Albarran was seen walking out to the truck, handing the driver something and then walking back into the house.
Once the truck’s driver left the house, police pulled it over near the 6200 block of Spur 327, according to the search warrant. The truck’s driver, Qualin Miller was found to have one gram of meth and was arrested.
Two days prior to that, according to the warrant, Kelley was pulled over and arrested after police found both counterfeit money and 1.8 grams of meth.
All four people who were in the house were arrested on drug charges and have since been released from the Lubbock County Detention Center.