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Drugs, illegal guns found in Kerrville trailer

3 arrested, facing charges

Alan Crider (pictured, left) and Damon Kazaprzak were charged in connection with a drug bust at a mobile home in Kerrville. Crider was charged with unlawful possession and intent to deliver illegal drugs, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, fraud, resisting arrest and possession of a prohibited weapon. Charges against Kazsprzak will be determined by the district attorney's office.

KERRVILLE, Texas – Methamphetamine, morphine, Oxycodone and Trazodone were just a few of the illegal items found in a Kerrville trailer home Thursday, police said.

On Thursday morning, officers were about to serve a search warrant at a trailer home when they saw a woman, Mandi Branham, 28, leaving the residence. Officers found seven grams of methamphetamine on Branham and arrested her. She is expected to face charges of possession and intent to deliver.

Later that day, police arrested 33-year-old Alan Crider (pictured at left), and Damon Kazaprzak, 21, both of Kerrville on outstanding warrants — Crider for DWI and failing to pay child support; Kazaprzak for two municipal court warrants.

During their arrests, the Kerrville Special Operations Unit searched Crider's travel trailer in the 500 block of Town Creek. Investigators found methamphetamine, morphine, oxycodone, Trazodone, a revolver, a short-barrel shotgun and several thousand dollars in counterfeit cash.

Crider is facing charges of unlawful possession and intent to deliver illegal drugs, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, fraud, resisting arrest and possession of a prohibited weapon. Potential charges against Kazsprzak will be determined by the District Attorney's office.