A Caldwell man faces additional drug charges following his arrest last Thursday.
According to the Burleson County sheriff’s office, 20 year old Jacob Brumley is also accused of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and marijuana possession.
Brumley remains in jail, and his bond was raised from $22,500 to $57,500 dollars.
On Thursday, February 13, 2020, the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant at a residence on the north side of Burleson County.
According to a news release, during the search, 4.4 pounds of marijuana was found, along with THC edibles, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. A gun and more than $3,000 cash was also seized.
20 year-old Jacob Brumley of Caldwell was arrested and charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance and Delivery of Marijuana.
He was being held in the Burleson County Jail in lieu of a $22,500 bond. WTAW News corrected the bond amount February 19, 2020, and apologies for the error in the original post.
Additional charges are expected.
News release from Burleson County Sheriff’s Office:
On 2/13/2020 at approximately 10am, the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by Department of Public Safety Troopers and Caldwell Police Department served a search warrant at the residence on the north side of Burleson County.
During the search, a large quantity of marijuana (4.4lbs), THC edibles (114.7g), cocaine, and drug paraphernalia was located. A firearm and over $3000 cash was seized.
Jacob Brumley, 20, of Caldwell, was arrested and charged with Delivery of a Controlled Substance and Delivery of Marijuana; he is being held in the Burleson County Jail with a $22500 bond. Additional charges are expected.