Detectives found what they believed to be synthetic marijuana, crack cocaine, and more evidence that suggested drugs were being sold.
BEAUMONT, Texas — A 38-year-old Beaumont man is facing charges after Beaumont Police detectives found a “large amount” of drugs in the city’s North End.
It happened Friday, March 17, 2022 morning. The Beaumont Police Narcotics Unit along with SWAT, K-9 Officers and the Special Assignment Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the 6700 block of Bigner Road.
Detectives found a “large amount” of what they believed to be synthetic marijuana, crack cocaine, and more evidence that suggested drugs were being sold, according to a Beaumont Police Department release.
Law enforcement arrested Joseph Eaglin and charged him with possession of a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.
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From a Beaumont Police Department release:
This morning, March 17, at 10am, Beaumont Police…