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Police: Officers arrest 3 during execution of high-risk search warrant

Cleofas Sandoval III Cleofas Sandoval III
Franscisco Cisneros Franscisco Cisneros
Kricia Anette Gonzales-Rangel Kricia Anette Gonzales-Rangel
Amarillo, Texas - Police say officers arrested three following the execution of a high-risk narcotics search warrant on Wednesday.

The Amarillo Police Department searched the apartment at 921 West 6th around 5 p.m.

Police say they recovered narcotics and stolen property from the residence.

32-year-old Cleofas Sandoval III was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of a dangerous drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Franscisco Cisneros, age 23, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and two felony warrants, one for probation violation. He was originally charged with possession of a firearm and one for probation violation; he was then on probation for evading arrest in a motor vehicle.

Potter County's Chief Deputy said Cisneros was charged in 2013 with the possession of a firearm and marijuana, as well as evading arrest. On May 31 of this year, he was booked into Potter County again for a warrant on the sexual assault of child.

Officials said he was likely released on bond, in which during this time he was charged for the possession of a controlled substance. Officials add it's unlikely he will be released on bond again.

28-year-old Kricia Anette Gonzales-Rangel was arrested for possession of a stolen firearm and municipal warrants. Police say the Ruger 9 millimeter was stolen in an auto burglary in August 2011.

Authorities say all three were booked into the Potter County Detention Center. No one was injured during the execution of the warrant.

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