Tehana Cops Posted Pics Of A "Drug Bust" And People Won't Stop Trolling Them

Tehana Cops Posted Pics Of A “Drug Bust” And People Won’t Stop Trolling Them

Officers with the Tenaha Police Department arrested three people on felony drug charges last week after they executed a search warrant on a home on Rail Street and found cannabis, prescription pills, drug paraphernalia, packaging materials, guns, and cash.

Three Tehana residents were all arrested and charged with state-jail felony possession of cannabis, according to a post on the Tenaha Police Department’s Facebook page.

Jones was also charged with state-jail felony manufacturing and delivery of cannabis and Horton was also charged with Class A misdemeanor possession of a dangerous drug.

The Facebook post stated that all three have combined bond amounts of $30,000.

“On Monday, December 3, 2018, officers with the Tenaha Police Department executed a search/arrest warrant at a residence located on North Rail street in Tenaha,” the Facebook post stated. “The search warrant pertained to the Possession and distribution of dangerous and illegal narcotics.”

Until today, the Facebook post from 6 days ago has gotten 40’000 reactions, 71’000 comments, and over 65’000 shares. We filtered some of the best comments for you:

Luke T.:

They’re so thirsty for a bust they even took their water!

Gerald K.:

Who was the drug dealer…El Cheapo?

Orie A.:

Is that Drug Money or Gas Money?

Asking for a Friend?

Jerome H.:

Charged them niggas with Oregano possession intent to season chicken

Ryan S.:

I’ve seen bigger drug busts on paw patrol

Samuel M:

That’s a Wednesday grocery run in Colorado. go find some real criminals.

Huey T. N.:

All i see is $50, a bag of sage, and some bb guns. Which one of my little cousins did y’all bust….? lmao

Here’s the link to the original post, drop a comment if you think cops should focus on some real crimes instead!

Officers with the Tenaha Police Department arrested three people on felony drug charges Monday after they executed a…

Posted by KTRE-TV on Wednesday, December 5, 2018