On Monday the Titus County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) executed a narcotics search warrant at 2538 CR 1670 in Titus County.
TCSO investigators were able to develop enough probable cause to prepare an affidavit and search warrant because of tips and information from citizens reporting suspected drug activity going on at the residence.
A search warrant was submitted to and signed by Titus County Justice of the Peace Kay McNutt.
Deputies quickly executed the search warrant on Monday night and after securing the residence, found methamphetamines in the home with 29-year old Steven Kyle Ennis, 32-year old Teri Danielle Jones, and 18-year old Victor Miguel Hernandez.
All three suspects were taken to the Titus County Jail, where they were booked and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, which in this case is a 3rd degree felony.
If found guilty, they could be jailed for between two and ten years, and also assessed a fine not to exceed $10,000.
While Hernandez will be eligible to make bond on the charge, Ennis and Jones are being held without the ability to make bond due to previous indictments.
Ennis has been previously indicted on three charges consisting of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Theft of Copper, and Assault with Bodily Injury of a Family Member.
Jones has been previously indicted on three charges consisting of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Forgery, and Theft of Copper.
Deputies also found an additional suspected controlled substance in the home; additional charges could be added to the three suspects pending an analysis by the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Lab.