Marijuana, alcohol, ecstasy found at Katy teen party
Deputies from Constable Rob Cook’s Office recovered seven-and-a-half-pounds of marijuana brownies after breaking-up a teen party in Katy on Friday night.
Fort Bend County Precinct 3 deputies responded to neighbors complaints and raided the party on Sable Ridge Lane, where dozens of juveniles were partying with alcohol, marijuana and ecstasy.
Lt. Frank Cempa Jr. says evidence was recovered showing that marijuana brownies were being sold at the home. They also found two baggies, each containing one ecstasy pill with a Superman stamp on it.
“Deputies first knocked on the front door and no one answered,” Cempa said. Deputies went to the back gate and were allowed into the residence by the 16-year-old host of the party. They observed open containers of beer, smelled burning marijuana and found marijuana brownies on a tray and in two-gallon size bags.
The 16-year-old was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance and was taken to the Fort Bend County Juvenile Detention Center.
Arresting officer, Deputy Young, estimated that there were about 50 juveniles at the party and many ran off as soon as law enforcement arrived.
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