Three arrested in drug investigation

VCSO seizes drugs and cash

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Photos released by VCSO in drug investigation

VICTORIA COUNTY, Texas – On Tuesday, October 4, 2022 members of the Gulf Coast Violent Offender Task Force and members of the Crossroads HIDTA Task Force located and arrested Trace Britton Adams of Victoria, and Lisa Brzozowske of Victoria in the 100 block of Perth. Adams had a Violation of Parole Warrant. Authorities said during the arrest, 92 grams of methamphetamine was located along with several bottles of steroids in a vehicle that Adams and Brzozowske were occupying. There was a subsequent search warrant executed at a storage unit located on Glascow that the two had just previously left. During the search a large amount of steroids and manufacturing materials were located in the storage building. Both Adams and Brzozowske were arrested and transported to the Victoria County Jail.

On Monday, October 10, 2022 members of the Crossroads HIDTA Task Force were continuing the investigation into ongoing narcotics activity related to the same individuals. A traffic stop was conducted on Charles Brance Adams of Victoria. There was 400 grams of methamphetamine located in the vehicle Adams was operating along with about $7,400.00 cash. An additional search warrant was executed at a house in the 100 block of Perth. During that search a large amount of distribution materials were located along with additional amounts of methamphetamine and steroids, authorities said in a press release. Adams was arrested and transported to the Victoria County Jail.

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Trace Britton Adams of Victoria, Texas

· Violation of Parole

· Tampering with Evidence

· Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 1 >4G<200G · Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 3 >400G

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Lisa Jeannine Brzozowske of Victoria, Texas

· Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 3 >400G

· Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 1 >4G<200G

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Charles Brance Adams of Victoria, Texas

· Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 1 >400G

· Manufacture Delivery Substance Penalty Group 3 >28G<200G

· Money Laundering

· Tamper with Evidence

· Fail to Signal

· Window Tint Violation

 

Read the initial report here.