TERRELL, Texas — Two teens were arrested early Thursday morning after members of the Terrell-Forney SWAT team executed a no-knock narcotics search warrant at a Terrell residence.
AT approximately 1:30 a.m., on October 31, 2019, the Terrell-Forney SWAT team and Terrell Police Department Narcotics Unit investigators executed the warrant at 1212 Main Street in Terrell.
"During the lawful search, a bag was found that contained an airtight container commonly used to store narcotics," stated Terrell Police Department Captain A.D. Sansom. "A search of the contents revealed a clear bag that revealed heroin packaged for sell. Investigators also observed clear bags containing methamphetamine with approximately an ounce each."
Police also located two loaded firearms and a digital scale beneath the drugs and paraphernalia.
"The narcotics were field tested and weighed on a digital scale. Both the heroin and methamphetamine showed presumptive positive," stated Sansom. "The methamphetamine showed 119.45 grams gross and 4.11 oz. net and the Heroin showed 15.74 grams gross and 14 grams net."
Arrested were 19-year-old Jose Guadalupe Andrade and 17-year-old Bonnie Martin of Terrell. Both were booked into the Terrell Municipal Holding Facility with two counts of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 greater than or equal to four grams and less than 200 grams.
$128 was located in Andrade's wallet and was seized as proceeds of illegal narcotic sells.
Andrade, according to Kaufman County records, is currently on deferred adjudication from two previous narcotics convictions in late 2018. His criminal history also includes a conviction for assault causes bodily injury.