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Charges In Drug Bust

Two people have been charged in connection to a drug bust in Wichita Falls.

Edward Eugene Mims, 40, and Lemual Leon Washington, 39, were charged with Manufacturing and Delivering a Controlled Substance.  Washington was also charged with possession of marijuana.

Wichita Falls Police Organized Crime Unit and SWAT Unit executed a narcotics search warrant Tuesday night at the 1300 block of Britain St.  Investigators found about 96 grams of cocaine and more than eight ounces of marijuana, scales, and baggies.

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