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Police discover drugs and stolen weapons after making warrant arrest

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Aaron Albright Aaron Albright

Amarillo, TX - Amarillo police discover large amounts of drugs and stolen weapons after making a warrant arrest.

Officers were searching near the 4300 block of Southwest 49th for 32 year-old David Scholz on a warrant. During their search, they also found 27 year-old Aaron Albright, who Amarillo police say also had four outstanding warrants.

While conducting their investigation a police K9 discovered a black bag containing narcotics, and a stolen pistol.

Both subjects were transported and booked into the Randall County Jail.

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