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Local Police Make Arrests in Coastal Bend Head Shop Raids

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

Authorities have released the identity of six individuals arrested during Friday's raids.

As the result of an on-going investigation, the CCPD executed warrants at eight smoke shops around town. Officers seized synthetic marijuana, illegal smoking devices and $21,000 in cash.

Below are the results from the CCPD:

 
Mr. Nice Guys 5433 S. Staples
Hinojosa, Richard 10/24/83: 1 count manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance penalty group 2A, 2nd degree felony (greater than 1 gram but less than 4 grams).
Mr. Nice Guys 1635 S. Staples
Carrillo, Leticia 6/20/79: 1 count of manufacture and delivery of controlled substance penalty group 2A, 2nd degree felony (greater than 1 gram but less than 4 grams): 1 count of manufacture and delivery of controlled substance penalty group 2A, 1st degree felony (greater than 4 grams but less than 400 grams)
Sampsons 14902 Trinity river Dr. Suite #2
Athew, Audra 6/5/88: 1 count Manufacture and Delivery of a controlled substance penalty group 2A, 2nd degree felony (greater than 1 gram but less than 4 grams)
Bolanos, Ramon 9/27/74: Municipal Court warrant unrelated to the operation
Cereceres, Juan 1/18/90: Warrant for arrest unrelated to the operation "Terroristic Threats"
Morrcine, Israel 5/29/63: Warrant for arrest unrelated to the operation "parole violation"
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