BRYAN, Texas (AP) — Investigators say an anti-crime sweep in Central Texas has led to more than a dozen arrests in drug trafficking and dog fighting cases.
Bryan police on Thursday announced results of a multi-agency warrant enforcement action a day earlier.
Authorities say most of the suspects are charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.
One man has also been charged with dog fighting and cruelty to livestock animals.
Officer Lori Anderson Berndt says the suspect allegedly threw small pigs to the hounds to fight and or just kill. She says video from the man's cellphone helped lead to the dog fighting charges.