Three Perry residents were arrested on drug charges Friday.
According to the Perry Police Department, officers responded to a potential domestic disturbance call just after 11 p.m. at 2510 1st Avenue in Perry.
When officers arrived at the scene, they investigated the residence and discovered a marijuana growing operation, which led to the arrests of three individuals. Twenty-eight-year-old Corey Buttrey, 25-year-old Maxwell Roe, and 28-year-old Angela Jessen were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor. Buttrey was also charged with class D felonies for manufacturing and possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and failure to affix a drug stamp, along with a serious misdemeanor for possession of marijuana. Additionally, Jessen was charged with unlawful possession of prescription drugs, a serious misdemeanor.
Roe and Jessen were booked and released and will have their initial court appearance on April 18th. Buttrey was also booked and released from the Dallas County jail after he posted a $5,000 bond. His initial court appearance will be on April 21st.
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Perry Police Department.