Over 15 Lbs. of Meth and 18 Firearms Taken off the Streets from Reeves organization

Meth seized as part of Reeves drug trafficking organization.

Magnolia, February 6 – On February 5, 2019, Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables Department along with the Texas Department of Public Safety and DEA closed out an investigation on a drug trafficking organization led by Joshua Reeves (32) out of Cypress, Texas.  It was suspected that Mr. Reeves was a major source of narcotics for the west Montgomery County area.

While conducting surveillance, Mr. Reeves and another individual went to a storage facility and were seen leaving in two separate vehicles.  Both vehicles were stopped and 1 Kilo of Methamphetamine was found in their possession.

After gathering information, Precinct 5 K9 Kaution focused on a storage unit for narcotics that was being used by Mr. Reeves.  A search warrant was obtained and executed on the storage unit.

While searching the storage unit, approximately 6 more Kilos of Methamphetamine were found bringing the total of Methamphetamine seized to 15.03 pounds. Eighteen firearms were also found and seized as a result of the search warrant allowing deputies to prevent their use for future criminal activity, it was determined that at least four of the firearms had been reported stolen.

Mr. Reeves was arrested and charged with a first degree felony for Possession of a Controlled Substance and is currently being held in the Harris County Jail.

Constable Chris Jones commented, “The Precinct 5 Constable’s Office will continue to HUNT down any and all Drug Trafficking Organizations trying to operate in or around Montgomery County.  The safety and wellbeing of the citizens of this County and State will stay a priority.  If you know of anyone using or selling illegal narcotics please contact this office. With your help and support we can continue to make Montgomery County a great place to live.”



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