POLICE: 3 arrested during search warrant after meth, marijuana, Valium discovered

MARSHALL, Texas (KETK) – The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office said three people were arrested on Friday after they discovered methamphetamine, marijuana and Diazepam (Valium) during a search of a residence.

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According to a release, a search warrant was ordered after an investigation revealed methamphetamine was being sold from a residence on Walnut Street in Marshall.

Decorian Kashun Stewart, 25, Savion Dashawn Hicks, 21, and Taylor Roshelle Dotie, 22, all of Marshall, were located in the residence by the Harrison County Emergency Response Team (ERT), the sheriff’s office said.

  • Mugshot of Decorian Stewart
    Mugshot of Decorian Stewart, courtesy of Harrison County Jail Records
  • Mugshot of Taylor Dotie
    Mugshot of Taylor Dotie, courtesy of Harrison County Jail Records
  • Mugshot of Savion Hicks
    Mugshot of Savion Hicks, courtesy of Harrison County Jail records

Stewart allegedly tried to flush methamphetamine in the toilet when the ERT entered the home, the release said.

“A subsequent search revealed approximately 5.6 grams of methamphetamine, less than two ounces of marijuana, approximately 5.7 grams of Diazepam (Valium) and one 9mm handgun,” the sheriff’s office said.

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Stewart and Dotie were charged with possession of a controlled substance. Dotie and Hicks were both charged with possession of marijuana and Stewart was also charged with tampering with evidence.

According to the release, the drug charges were enhanced because of Drug-Free-Zone violations since the residence is within 1,000 feet of East Texas Baptist University.

They are currently booked at the Harrison County Jail.

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