On March 15, 2012, The Kerrville Police Department arrested Anthony Tyron Brown on felony drug charges.
The Kerrville Police Department Special Crimes Unit began their investigation of Brown earlier this year (2012) for the illegal sale and delivery of Marijuana, Prescription Drugs and Cocaine.
At the conclusion of this investigation, Brown was arrested for Delivery of less than one gram of Cocaine in a Drug Free Zone. Brown was also arrested for Possession of Marijuana less than 2 oz. in a Drug Free Zone. Charges of Destruction of Evidence are also pending.
During the arrest of Brown, a female identified as Bianka Alvarado was discovered to be in Possession of less than a gram of Cocaine at the scene of the arrest. Alvarado was questioned and admitted to being in possession of more marijuana at her residence.
The Kerrville Special Crimes Unit with Alvarado’s assistance seized approximately 340 grams of Hydroponic Marijuana from Alvarado’s residence that has an estimated value of approximately $5,100.00. Alvarado was later arrested on Friday 3-16-12 for Possession of Controlled Substance – Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana - 4 oz. to 5 pounds.
Brown and Alvarado have further charges of delivery pending; Alvarado also has charges pending of Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
Browns delivery constituted a violation of the State Controlled Substances Act, specifically, the Manufacture/Delivery of Controlled Substance, Penalty Group 1, less than 1 gram Drug Free Zone This violation is a State Jail Felony and can be enhanced to a 3rd Degree Felony since the delivery took place in a Drug Free Zone.
Both Brown and Alvarado were taken to the Kerr County Jail. Brown has a $55,000 bond set, and Alvarado’s bonds were set at a total of $10,000.00. The charges were filed with the 216th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.