You know it's a bad day when the law comes to your house to serve a warrant on you for drug dealing. It becomes a worst day when they arrive right in the middle of your latest transaction.
That's what happened to Chastity Marie Brandon of New Caney last week, according to the Montgomery County Precinct 4 police blotter.
Deputies were serving two felony warrants, one for Brandon, 36, and one for the other person at the address, Ronald Lee Hogan, 28, for bond forfeiture.
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"Upon arrival, deputies found Brandon and another woman in the rear of the house conducting a drug transaction in which Brandon was selling Hydrocodone pills to the second woman," the blotter says.
Brandon was arrested. Hogan wasn't home, but had equally bad luck -- he "was arrested a short time later when Deputy D. Morrow stopped his vehicle en route to that location."
Hogan's in jail with a $50,000 bond and Brandon with a $30,000 bond.