Massive Drug Seizure: Amarillo Police Uncover Staggering Cache of Narcotics in Local Residence
The war on crime and drugs is going down in Amarillo.
Earlier we shared information about a collaboration with APD and DPS to stop gang-related violence in Amarillo. Now the APD and Randall County Sheriffs make a huge drug bust in Randall County.
On Monday, July 17th, the Amarillo Police Task Force along with Randall County Sheriff's deputies, executed a search warrant at a home located in the 1000 block of Mimosa Lane.
Upon serving the warrant police found an adult male and female in the home, as well as 5 children ranging in age from 5 to 13 years old. All were detained during the execution of the search warrant
During the search of the home, the following drugs were found
- 3,420 gross grams of THC edibles and wax
- 145 gross grams of powdered cocaine
- 10 grams of Ecstasy
- 20 grams of prescription pills
- 55 grams of high-grade marijuana
- 5 firearms
Julian Hernandez Medina, a 36-year-old male was booked into the Potter County Detention Center for Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance, penalty group 1- 4<200 grams, Possession of controlled substance penalty group 3- 4<200 grams, and endangering a child. The adult female was released pending lab results.
The case is still being investigated.