Successful Warrant Service Leads To The Arrest of Suspected Drug Dealers in Spring

By: Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4
| Published 08/11/2022


SPRING, TX -- On August 9, 2022, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's office executed a search warrant on a suspected drug house in the 5700 block of Desert Oak Way.

During the search, deputies located several ounces of Crystal Methamphetamine, other narcotics, drug paraphernalia, a stolen vehicle, a stolen gun, a large cache of identification cards and instruments used to make identification cards as well as credit cards.

The home owners were detained and identified as Dustin and Kassee Tavares. Their 8 year old son was also at the residence. Child Protectives Services was contacted and advised the facts of this case.

A Constable Canine also located a male identified as Stuart Latham laying under a batt of insulation deep within the attic and another male identified as Nicholas Beal within the residence.

They were all arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with the Intent to Deliver out of the 230th District Court.

'Nicholas Beal and Latham Stuart both received a $40,000.00 bond. Dustin and Kassee Tavares also received an additional charge for Endangering a Child. Their total bonds were set at $30,000.00 each.' - Constable Mark Herman

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