The Douglas-Coffee Drug Unit have made arrests in two separate meth related cases from this week.
Investigators say that on May 13, they executed a search warrant to a residence in the 300 block of Brittany Lane.
It was there detectives say they found several packages of meth, several Adipex tablets and paraphernalia used in distributing drugs such as scales and syringes.
Pamela Cook, Kenny Mancil, and Daniel Lee Stuckey were all arrested. Cook and Mancil were charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and possession of schedule IV controlled substances. Stuckey faces charges of possession of meth and was found to be wanted in Alamo for traffic offenses.
In an unrelated case, officers arrested Thomas Corey Hobbs on May 15 after a traffic stop.
Officers say that as they were stopping Hobbs, they witnessed him throw an item out of his vehicle, and they were able to recover a sock containing one ounce of methamphetamine.
Hobbs was arrested and charged with trafficking methamphetamine and abandonment of controlled substances.