Photos: Texas Teen Posed With Drugs, Cash and Firearms on Instagram Arrested, Cops Say

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COUNTY OF BEXAR, TEXAS – According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, photos posted on Instagram led officers to two adolescents who were in possession of pistols, a high-powered pistol, cocaine, hash oil, marijuana, and hundreds of dollars in cash.

According to a Facebook post by the sheriff’s office, they were told off on Tuesday that David Anakin Guerra, 17, was talking on social media about having THC cartridges, firearms, and cash.

 

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The BCSO’s Covert, Intelligence, and Street Crimes Units initiated an inquiry into the alleged Instagram activity. Guerra was apprehended by BCSO and pulled stopped for a traffic stop. Deputies claimed they discovered hash oil, a loaded firearm, and cash during that stop.

David Guerra and a passenger, Ezra Guerra, 21, were arrested after their residence was searched pursuant to a search order. Deputies said they discovered two handguns, a high-powered pistol, cocaine, hash oil, marijuana, and $15,000. During the execution of the search warrant for their residence in the 8900 block of Raywood, deputies said they discovered two handguns, a high-powered pistol, cocaine, hash oil, marijuana, and $15,000.

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Guerra was arrested and placed into the Bexar County Jail on accusations of possession of a controlled substance weighing between one and four grammes, a third-degree felony, and reckless conduct-traffic. unauthorised possession of a weapon, a Class B misdemeanour, and unlawful carrying of a weapon, a Class A misdemeanour.

Ezra Sebastian Guerra, 21, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to deliver one to four grammes, a second-degree felony, and possession of marijuana four ounces to five pounds, a state jail felony.

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