SAN ANTONIO, Texas — A wanted murder suspect and two others were arrested on drug-related and organized criminal activity charges, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office announced on Tuesday.
In a joint operation, executed by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) Narcotics unit, BCSO K9 Rocket, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Texas Department of Public Safety, 30-year-old Henry Lozano, 25-year-old Pete Perez, and 27-year-old Robert Aguirre were arrested.
Lozano, according to BCSO, was wanted on a murder warrant in addition to nine other active felony warrants. County records indicate previous charges for felon in possession of a firearm, possession with intent to deliver, and engaging in organized criminal activity.
Through the course of the investigation, K9 Rocket discovered 226 grams of cocaine, 315 grams of meth, 395 grams of marijuana, and a total of 203 grams of black tar heroin, according to BCSO.
A Glock handgun with a 100-round drum magazine was also discovered and seized.
Police also seized $7,208 in cash and estimated the street value of the seized narcotics at $58,080.
All three are now facing charges for possession with intent to deliver and engaging in organized criminal activity.