A 36-year-old Granbury man was arrested Wednesday (July 7) by members of the Hood County Sheriff’s Office Street Crimes Unit conducting a drug investigation and charged with multiple drug offenses, including a first-degree felony count involving methamphetamine, according to Lt. Johnny Rose.
Ricardo Enriquez Jr. was taken into custody at about 2:30 p.m., before being booked into the Hood County Jail on a first-degree felony charge of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance ($50,000 bond); a state jail felony count of manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance ($5,000 bond); and Class B misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana ($1,000 bond).
“The charges stem from Enriquez possessing over 26 grams of meth, multiple prescription pills without a prescription, and under 2 ounces of marijuana,” Rose stated.
Enriquez is also accused of evading arrest, a Class A misdemeanor charge ($1,000 bond).
“Enriquez also refused to comply with officers at the scene when he was arrested,” according to Rose, who also noted that the suspect had a felony parole warrant.