COLLEGE STATION, TX — A man was arrested after an executed narcotics search on Friday.
According to College Station police, a narcotics search warrant was executed in the 400 block of Southwest Parkway. The warrant was the culmination of the joint Brazos County Law Enforcement Agency over the course of the past 12-18 months.
During the execution, a large amount of narcotics was discovered inside the residence.
Seized was over 24,000 ecstasy pills with a street value of approximately $242,000, just under four ounces of cocaine with a street value of approximately $3,415, crack cocaine at $200, a small amount of marijuana approximately $23,000.00 and jewelry that was deemed to be sold from the illicit sale and distribution of narcotics.
During the search, a stolen firearm and gang paraphernalia was also found and seized.
Investigators have determined that this narcotics seizure is more than two and a half times the amount of any other seizure in Brazos County history.
The total value of narcotics, currency and property seized was over $250,000.
James Dionte Hood, 26, was arrested and charged for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.