La Marque Drug Raid Nets Arrest And Recovery Of Stolen Pistol
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On June 5th 2019 the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office Special Crimes Unit executed a search and arrest warrant on Ismael Perez (W/M 23 years of age) at 202 Beatrice in La Marque, Texas.

Upon execution of the warrant and entry of the residence PEREZ, a 25 year old female and 8 month child were located.  A search of the residence was conducted and 14 grams of methamphetamine, a scale, packaging material and a loaded 45 caliber handgun report stolen from Louisiana was located. 

Perez was charged with Manufacturing and Delivery of a Controlled Substance PG 1 4grams<200grams and his bond was set at $25,000.00. The female and child were released at the scene.

The La Marque Police Department, The Galveston County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Group, Patrol Division and Identification Divisions assisted in this investigation.

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