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Five arrested in Henderson County overnight for drugs, outstanding felony warrants

Shellye Yvonne Autrey (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records) Shellye Yvonne Autrey (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records)
Jenifer Chambers (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records) Jenifer Chambers (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records)
Lesley Henderson (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records) Lesley Henderson (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records)
Brandon Black (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records) Brandon Black (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records)
Russell Levescy (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records) Russell Levescy (Source: Henderson County Judicial Records)
HENDERSON COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

Five people were arrested in Henderson County Monday night by deputies.

Two women and two men were arrested at a game room, north of Seven Points.

Lesley Henderson, 26, of Kemp and Jenifer Chambers, 39, of Tool were both charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug. Both women were found to be in possession of methamphetamine and pills, a plethora of drug paraphernalia including hypodermic needles, a glass smoking pipe, a digital scale, and plastic baggies

Brandon Black, 35, and Russell Levescy, 58, were also arrested at the game room on County Line Road.

Black was wanted for a parole violation. Levescy was arrested for outstanding warrants from Henderson County including possession of drugs and failure to appear.

Shellye Yvonne Autrey, 47, of Kemp was also arrested Monday night after she was found hiding in the back of a van when the vehicle was stopped by deputies on Peach Tree Road in the Gun Barrel City area.

She was wanted on several felony warrants ranging from possession of a prohibited substance in a correctional facility to jumping bail for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance.

During the arrest, Autrey was found with methamphetamine and a glass pipe commonly used to smoke the drug.

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