VIDOR - A disturbance call at a Vidor home resulted in a drug bust and the arrest of four men on various charges Wednesday afternoon.
Brandon Scott Martinez, Charles David Nolan, Rodney Ray Revia , Jr., and Robie Dineal Swisher were all arrested on various drug charges and warrants according to a Thursday release from the Vidor Police Department.
Police received two calls at about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday reporting a disturbance at a home in the 200 block of Triangle according to the release.
One call said that a woman was being held against her will and the other call said a woman was being raped the release said.
When officers arrived and spoke to the people at the home they observed drug paraphernalia in plain view the release said.
Officers then located other drugs and drug paraphernalia including methamphetamine, marijuana, LSD, ecstasy, scales, drug pipes, syringes, several used needles, packaging used for illegal narcotics and a small straw that appeared to have been used to snort narcotics according to the release.
Officers also found a large cabinet with a blanket covering the doors that was emanating heat and light from within the release said.
When they opened the cabinet officers found that it housed a marijuana grow operation with plants, insulation and lights commonly used for growing marijuana the release said.
Police detained the residents and obtained a search warrant the release said.
Upon a further search of the home more controlled substances were found and four men were arrested according to the release.
The men were charged as follows...
Brandon Scott Martinez, 'possession of a dangerous drug' warrant out of San Augustine County.
Charles David Nolan, 'parole violation warrant' from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Rodney Ray Revia , Jr., two Counts of 'possession of a controlled substance', which are state jail felonies, one count of 'possession of marihuana,' which is a class B misdemeanor.
Robie Dineal Swisher, one count of 'possession of a controlled substance,' a 3rd degree felony, one count of 'possession of drug paraphernalia,' a class C misdemeanor.
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