Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Granbury Police officers combined to make 14 felony arrests Wednesday and early Thursday in a drug warrant roundup involving mostly methamphetamine.
Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Johnny Rose and Chief Deputy Biff Temple said it was part of a yearlong undercover investigation in which suspects sold drugs to officers. There were a total of 20 deputies and four police officers involved in the roundup, officials said, which included some arrests within the Granbury city limits. Two canines were also used.
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