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Pet. 4 makes another drug bust in Dayton

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Investigators with the Liberty County Pet. 4 Constable’s Office concluded an investigation of a residence located in the 700 Block of East Young Street in Dayton on Tuesday, Aug. 22.

Pet. 4 investigators received a tip about suspected drug activity at the residence from a com- munity member, which prompted an investigation into the matter.

The investigation resulted in the execution of a search warrant that Liberty County Court at Law Judge Thomas Chambers issued.

The Liberty County District Attorney’s Office, Liberty County Sheriff ’s Department SRT Team, and Dayton Police Department assisted in the investigation.

A search of the residence resulted in the seizure of approximately 44 grams of suspected Methamphetamine, approximately 44 grams of suspected Fentanyl, about 14 grams of suspected Adderall, and approximately 1.5 pounds of suspected Marijuana.

Two suspects, Mike Lee Glenn Jr. and Emily Singleton, were arrested at the scene.

Glenn and Singleton were charged with three counts of Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1, Four Grams or More but Less Than 200g, in Drug Free Zone, all First Degree Felonies, and one count of Possession of Marijuana, Four Ounces or More but Less Than Five Pounds, in a Drug Free Zone, a Third Degree Felony.

Glenn was also served with an arrest warrant for a parole violation, issued by the Texas Pardon and Paroles Division several hours after his arrest. Glenn had apparently been paroled from TDC approximately 11 days before his arrest and was wearing an ankle monitor as a condition of release.

The monitor is supervised 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When Pardon & Parole officials saw that Glenn was within the confines of the Liberty County Jail, they immediately issued a “Blue Warrant” for Glenn’s arrest after consultation with Pct. 4 investigators.

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Constable Thornton asks anyone with information regarding narcotic trafficking to contact local law enforcement or the Pct. 4 Constables Office at 936-258-4711 or by emailing robby.thornton@