Belton Man Arrested on Charges of Distributing Meth
Large amounts of crystal methamphetamine have been passed around in Central Texas this year and police believe they have found one person who is partially responsible according to a story shared by News 10.
Brian Lee Nourse, 44, from Belton remains in the Bell County Jail charged with distributing large quantities of the substance. His bonds total $100,000.
Maj. TJ Cruz who is with the Bell County Sheriff's Department says the Bell County Organized Crime unit did the deed of serving a warrant to Brian Nourse at a home in the 5200 blocks of Dog Ridge Road in rural Bell County. Upon searching the home they found a stash of 113 grams of crystal meth, a few stolen firearms, and about $1000 bucks in cash.
One person at the home was arrested on an outstanding warrant but Nourse was not at home at the time the warrant was served. US Marshals happened to find Nourse and arrest him this past Thursday.