The Commerce Journal

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September 20, 2013

Tips lead to arrest and seizure of large amount of K2 drug

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Officers determined that Julia Tang was in possession of about 200 grams of the K2 and that it was packaged for sale.

 Ms. Tang was arrested and brought to the Commerce Police Department were she was booked in on a violation of the Texas Health and Safety Code for Manufacture / Delivery of a controlled Substance in Penalty Group 2-A with over 4 grams but under 400 grams. 

This offense is a first degree felony because the offense occurred in a Drug Free Zone. 

This arrest is the culmination of months of investigation into distribution of a substance of this kind in the area.

 Ms. Tang was subsequently transferred to the Hunt County Jail where she posted a $20,000 bond and is free on bond pending a trial. 

 

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