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Traffic stop yields money, guns and drugs

From staff reports

A routine traffic stop by a Colorado County Sheriff's Department deputy lead to discovery of a handgun and

On May 12 at 3:45 p.m., Colorado County Sheriff's Deputy Jeff Head conducted a traffic stop on Highway 71 near Hildebrandt Road in Colorado County for speeding and illegal window tint. During the traffic stop, Head made contact with the driver and front seat passenger and detected the strong odor of marijuana inside the vehicle and also found two fully loaded pistol magazines under the leg of the back seat passenger.

Head immediately called for assistance to safely manage the situation. All occupants of the vehicle were checked for weapons. The back seat passenger was found to be wearing a shoulder holster under his sports jersey.

The driver was identified as Aaron Kyle Huff , 19, of Bastrop. The owner of the vehicle was the front seat passenger, Bryan Stanford Punchard, 22, of Bastrop. The back seat passenger was identified as Gary Yarbrough Brooks, 20, of Houston.

A vehicle search was conducted, which resulted in the recovery of a Glock .40 caliber handgun; less than one gram of crack cocaine; less than one gram of crushed crack cocaine; several large bottles of prescription codeine cough syrup totaling 5 lbs. 12 oz.; and various other containers with codeine syrup.

"Brooks, also had a bag of marijuana stuffed in his shoe and attempted to discard crack cocaine by smashing into the road," Lt. Troy Neisner of the sheriff's department said.

Punchard had over $1,553 with him, mostly in $20 dollar bills. The suspect vehicle, described as a 1996 Ford Taurus, also contained an assortment of electronic equipment. Forfeiture and seizure were filed on behalf of the county for the Taurus, currency and electronic equipment, May 13.

All suspects were transported to the Colorado County Detention Facility and booked for manufacture or delivery of controlled substance, a first degree felony. While in custody, Colorado County correctional officers found Punchard in possession of another small bag of marijuana and he was additionally charged with possession of prohibited substance in correctional facility, a third degree felony. Brooks was charged with possession of controlled substance, less than one gram, a state jail felony. Brooks was also charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon, a class A misdemeanor; and possession of marijuana, less than two ounces, a class B misdemeanor.

Agencies assisting in the investigation were the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Justice of the Peace Pct. 1, Dodie Dungen magistrated the men and set bond.. Punchard was released on May 13 on a total bond of $18,500; Huff was released the same day on a $10,000 bond; and Brooks was released on May 14 on a total bond of $18,500.

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