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CORYELL COUNTY

Deputies bust meth lab, suspect on the run

By Jennifer Garcia

CORYELL COUNTY- Two People are in custody and one person is on the run after a meth lab bust in Coryell County.

Sheriffs  issued a warrant for a home on 511 Mountain Road in the south area of the county. Inside they found several chemicals used to make methamphetamine.

Felony warrants were issued on three suspects believed to have been involved with the meth lab.

25-year-old Douglas Wayne Herring and 33-year-old Sunny Nicole Herring were arrested in Palo Pinto County in connection to the investigation.

Both are awaiting transport to Coryell County.

A search warrant has been issued for a third suspect , 27-year-old Michael Allen Walker who remains at large.

All three have been charged with Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Penalty Group 1 in an amount over 4 grams but less than 200.  

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