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By Chris Edwards
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WARREN – A search warrant of a Warren residence yielded narcotics and a wanted fugitive.

According to Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford, on the morning of Sunday, June 4, at approximately 1 a.m., deputies and investigators with the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office executed the warrant at the residence, located on US Hwy. 69 South, north of Hickory Creek in Warren. They were able to locate Jo Lynn Groze, a 27-year-old Fred woman, who was wanted by the Pardon and Parole board for a controlled substance charge. Groze, along with John Lawrence Conner, age 30, of Spurger, were located in a travel trailer near the back of the property, according to Weatherford.

“After a thorough search of the residence, narcotics (meth) and paraphernalia were found, along with all the necessary items to package, weigh and distribute,” Weatherford said.

Both Groze and Conner were taken into custody. Groze is charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, in addition to her hold through the Pardon and Parole board for a previous possession of a controlled substance charge. Her bonds on the two new charges total $17,000.

Conner was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by felon; hindering apprehension or prosecution of a known felon and manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance. His bonds total $32,000.

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    Rebecca Knowles · 3 months ago
    Nice to know. I live the other side of Hickory Creek Bridge. It looked pretty shady at that location. I'm glad arrests were made.