D’Andre’ Burroughs, Dante’ Burroughs and Samuel Serrano-Griffiths, all 21, were arrested in Henrietta, Texas early Monday morning. Raquel Burroughs, mother of twins D’Andre’ and Dante’, says her sons and roommate were driving to Colorado to celebrate their sons’ birthdays and were on their way home to Houston when they were pulled over.
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According to the arrest report, the deputy says they speeded on US-287 and then changed lanes, almost hitting the front of his squad car.
According to the arrest report, when the deputy stopped his SUV, the deputy said he smelled marijuana and saw a prescription pill bottle on the console above the glove box with what he believed to be marijuana.
According to the report, the MP then conducted a search for the probable cause of the vehicle and found THC-labeled edibles and THC-marijuana containers in the spare tire compartment inside a plastic bag.
According to the MP’s report, all three men admitted to being in possession of the drugs.
The total weight of the edibles was 1,152 grams, or just over 2.5 pounds. The edibles included a mix of jelly beans, candy bars and brownies.
The Burroughs brothers and Serrano-Griffith were charged with criminal possession between four and 400 grams and each held on $50,000 bail.
Serrano-Griffiths was pawned on Thursday.
Both Burroughs brothers remain in the Clay County Jail. ABC13 spoke to her mother, who says she is still working with a lawyer to reduce her bonds so she can raise bail money.
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