Ames Man Arrested for PCP
AMES, January 20, 2015 - On Thursday 01/15/2015 the Liberty County Precinct 4 Constables Office concluded a narcotics investigation at a residence located at 823 North Martin Luther King Drive in Ames, Texas.
Constable Thornton reported that this investigation was conducted with the assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies including; the Daisetta Police Department, Liberty County Pct 2 & Pct 3 Constables Offices, Dayton Police Department, Liberty County Sheriff’s Interdiction Team, Liberty County District Attorney’s Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Constable Thornton reports that tips gathered from the community and surrounding law enforcement agencies led investigators to a suspect identified as 48 year old Curtis Brooks III of 823 North Martin Luther King Drive in Ames, Texas who was reportedly selling Phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, from his residence.
The investigation resulted with Brooks being charged with two counts of Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1(Phencyclidine), greater than or equal to 1 gram but less than 4 grams both a 2nd Degree Felonies.
Brooks was incarcerated in the Liberty County Jail and later released on two bonds of $30,000.00 each.
“I am pleased with the community assistance and combined law enforcement effort which has resulted in the conclusion of this successful investigation,” said Liberty County Precinct 4 Constable Robby Thornton.
“PCP is a very dangerous substance that has mind altering effects which sometimes leads to the user to commit violent acts.” “This drug is a menace to the community and law enforcement,” added Constable Thornton.
Constable Thornton urges all citizens of Liberty County to report any information regarding narcotic trafficking to law enforcement immediately and reminds them to be patient as these investigations tend to take a considerable amount of time.
To report narcotic trafficking to the Liberty County Precinct 4 Constables Office, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 936-258-4711. All tips are kept in the strictest of confidence.