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Drug sweep results in 15 arrests

December 15, 2011

More than a dozen arrests were made Wednesday during a drug sweep carried out through Big Spring by local, state and federal law enforcement officers, which also netted a large quantity of drugs and cash.

Those arrested include:

• Laquanthus Lamar Randall, 21, of 2524 Hunter, possession of a controlled substance – probation revocation.
• Ruby G. Hernandez, 28, of 1401 Dixie, delivery of marijuana.
• Brian Christopher Lewis, 27, of 505 Young St., delivery of a controlled substance.
• John Allen Silen, 20, of 3224 Cornell, manufacture/delivery of a simulated controlled substance.
• Deangelo Depaul Gray, 27, of 1401 Dixie, delivery of marijuana (two counts) and possession of marijuana.
• Javier Francisco Casillas, 46, of 206 N.W. Second St., delivery of a controlled substance (two counts).
• Nathan Delco Robinson, 37, of 1508 Sycamore Apt. B, delivery of marijuana (two counts).
• Tina Ann Hilario, 35, of 1703 W. Third St., delivery of a controlled substance.
• Rosanna Aguilar Cox, 36, of 1504 Tucson, delivery of a controlled substance.
• Olivia Ballin, 32, address not provided, delivery of a controlled substance.
• James Williams Jr., 25, address not provided, delivery of a controlled substance (two counts) and possession of a controlled substance.
• Tedric McCalister, 35, address not provided, delivery of a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance in a drug free zone.
• Juan Rodriguez, 22, address not provided, delivery of marijuana.
• Johnny Rangel, 44, address not provided, delivery of a controlled substance.
• Marcus Cole, 25, address not provided, delivery of marijuana.

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