Top 10 most-wanted fugitive, 11 others arrested on drug, weapons

Top 10 most-wanted fugitive, 11 others arrested on drug, weapons charges

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Perryman, photo from Lubbock Co. Detention Cntr Perryman, photo from Lubbock Co. Detention Cntr
LUBBOCK, Texas -

The Texas Anti-Gang Center arrested a top 10 most wanted gang fugitive and 11 others on various drug and weapons charges Friday.

Members of the Lubbock Police Department, Lubbock County Sheriff's Office and Texas Anti-Gang Center conducted several traffic stops and also searched a home on 29th Street near University Avenue.

James Perryman, the top 10 wanted fugitive, was found during a traffic stop near 41st and Utica. He had an outstanding federal warrant for weapons violations.

These are other arrests made, according to TAG:
-James Dewey Anderson, 43, was arrested for a prohibited weapon and a felony warrant.
-Darren Fontenot, 33, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine).
-Brett Giles, 45, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine) and possession of marijuana.
-Adam Hernandez, 33, was arrested on a felony warrant for possession of a controlled
substance.
-Cindy Kula, 39, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine) and possession of marijuana.
-Chad Malett, 45, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine) and possession of marijuana.
-Robert Moore, 21, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
-Brenda Salas, 37, was arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and
possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
-Shanna Salinas, 35, was arrested on a felony arrest warrant.
-Kaeden Taylor, 21, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine), a prohibited weapons and misdemeanor warrants.
-James Wheelis, 39, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

The TAG Top 10 list can be found at www.stoplubbockgangs.org along with their photos and charges. The list is comprised of wanted fugitives with known gang affiliations who have outstanding warrants for various crimes. The TAG website features educational information on criminal gangs and allows community members to anonymously report criminal and gang related activity.

According to a news release, The TAG Center, initially funded by a grant from the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division, houses state, local and federal investigative agencies and staff from the Lubbock County District Attorney’s Office charged with integrating intelligence and information to develop a comprehensive strategy to coordinate and conduct criminal investigations to proactively and effectively combat organized criminal gangs.

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