4 ounces of cocaine seized

Jason Bridges, Pct. 4 Constable

     The Nacogdoches County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office with the assistance of the Nacogdoches Police Department executed a search warrant early Friday morning that resulted in the seizure of 4 ounces of cocaine. Constable Bridges stated that the investigation started about a month ago when the constable’s office was seeing an increase in the volume of cocaine in the area that was being reported to the Constables Office.

     Through further investigation the Constable’s Office located the supply of cocaine coming from an apartment complex known as the North View Apartments. The Constable’s Office conducted several weeks of undercover work and made three purchases of cocaine from the suspect, Xavier Smith. These purchases and the supply were located across the street from the Sonshine School and day care.

     Constable Bridges stated that a search of the residence revealed Cocaine, one ounce of marijuana, digital scales and other drug paraphernalia that was scattered throughout the residence. Bridges stated that the suspect Xavier Smith was not at the residence when the search warrant was executed.

     Warrants for the arrest of Xavier Smith 32 years of age from Nacogdoches Texas has been issued for the following offenses, Possession of a controlled Substance 1st felony, Two counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance 1st degree felony and Delivery of a Controlled substance 2nd Felony.

     Constable Bridges stated that Xavier Smith is currently on federal probation for Conspiracy to possess a firearm by a felon. Charges on Xavier Smith were enhanced due to the undercover purchases that were made by the Constable Office from the suspect were within a 1000 feet from a School Play Ground and day care center. The estimated street value of the cocaine that was found inside the residence is $5,600.00 dollars.

     If anyone has information on Xavier Smith they are encouraged to contact the Nacogdoches County Constable Office Precinct 4 at 936-715-0317 or Crime Stoppers.

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5 Responses to 4 ounces of cocaine seized

  1. Billy Dix says:

    Smith turned himself in and will be going back to prison. Good job, Jason Bridges!

  2. McGruff says:

    Ha Ha

  3. Observer says:

    This is what we call “grandstanding.”

    Men are driven in their flesh by three things – money, sex and power, not necessarily in that order. Which one or more of the three do you think drive’s this Sheriff candidate? Looks like power. Too much power in the mind of the wrong person excercised for the wrong reasons is a very dangerous thing.

    Kerss is no better.

    Neither one of them are really suitable.

    • Michael says:

      So this is “grandstanding”? Doing the jobs they (Kerss and Bridges) were elected to do is “grandstanding”? Would you rather have someone like me as sheriff? I know nothing about law enforcement so I would not get much done at all so there would be no grandstanding from me. (in your eyes)
      I have raised kids and now help with grand kids too. I applaud all efforts from the county and the city law enforcement to help clean up the streets.
      So please, keep up the grandstanding.

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