Sheriff: Cousins face felony drug charge

January 30, 2013

Two cousins who illegally sold drugs to undercover officers were arrested on Jan. 18, each facing a state jail felony count, according to Lieutenant Johnny Rose of the Hood County Sheriff’s Office.

Bobby Earl Chadwick, 34, and Jesse Brandon Chadwick, 29, are facing a charge of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, less than 28 grams. Bond was set at $10,000 each.

Both of the cousins have separate addresses on Lake Country Drive off of Weatherford Highway north of Granbury – Bobby Chadwick in the 900 block and Jesse Chadwick in the 400 block, Rose noted.

“The charges stem from the suspects selling under 28 grams of Hydrocodone to undercover officers in Hood County,” Rose stated.

Both were released from the Hood County Jail after posting bond.


The Hood County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit arrested a suspected drug dealer from Johnson County on Jan. 15, according to Lieutenant Johnny Rose.

Garron Keith Hill, 23, of Cleburne, was arrested at about 11:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of South Morgan Street in Granbury as a result of an undercover drug investigation conducted by the narcotics unit, Rose said.

“Hill sold 3 grams of cocaine to undercover officers,” Rose stated.

The bond set for Hill on the second-degree felony charge, manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance over 1 gram/less than 4 grams, was $10,000. He remained in the Hood County Jail as of press time.


Authorities filed a felony count of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle on a 42-year-old Hood County woman who was already in the Hood County Jail on other charges, Rose said.

Beverly Jo Dyer, of the 8600 block of Leisure Lane in Pecan Plantation, was notified on Jan. 21 that charges were filed in the July 28 case involving the theft of a vehicle from her former employer at a convenience store in the 6000 block of Fall Creek Highway, Rose explained.

Rose noted that the vehicle was recovered in Fort Worth by police there, two days after it was reported stolen.

Her bond was set at $5,000 on the state jail felony count, Rose said.

It was previously reported that on Dec. 28, Dyer was arrested by a DPS trooper and charged with a state jail felony count of possession of a controlled substance, Hood County Jail booking records show.

Dyer was released from custody after posting bond, Rose said.

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