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Livingston residents arrested on warrants

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By Chris Edwards
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WOODVILLE – Deputies with the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office made a pair of arrests last week in Woodville of two individuals with felony warrants, according to Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford.

The deputies were made aware of two individuals from Livingston, whom they identified as Ramon Joseph Lalumandier and Christine Marie Ferris, who had active felony warrants for their arrests and were involved in some sort of disturbance at a residence.

Weatherford said that once deputies were on the scene of the residence, which was located on US 190 east, right outside of the Woodville city limits, they were able to find both Lalumandier, 28 and Ferris, 33, who were involved in the reported disturbance.

Both suspects were taken into custody on the warrants, which were out of Polk County, and booked into the Tyler County Jail. Lalumandier was charged with felony manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance (greater than four grams but less than 200 grams) and evading arrest.

District Judge Travis Kitchens has previously set a no bond on Lalumandier.

Ferris was charged with possession of marijuana; evading arrest; resisting arrest and manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance (greater than four grams but less than 200 grams). Ferris had bonds set in Polk County at $53,000 by Kitchens.

Both suspects were transferred to the Polk County Jail, where they remain in custody.

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