Deputies discover guns, cash and drugs answering assault call

Found 321 grams of cocaine and crack, along with $31,300 in cash; weapons too


BEXAR COUNTY, Texas – Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies while responding to a call in Southeast Bexar County discovered an apparent stash house containing drugs, cash and guns.

The incident began when deputies were called to the Champion Homes at Marshall Meadows complex, located on Marshall Cross near Loop 410 and Roosevelt Road just before 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.

According to Bexar County Sheriff's Office spokesman James Keith a caller told dispatchers two men were fighting and one had hit the other with a baseball bat.

When deputies arrived at the scene, a man answered the door and immediately laid on the floor to surrender.

Keith said the search for an assault suspect and victim were unsuccessful, but deputies discovered an estimated 321 grams of cocaine and crack along with $31,300 in cash.

After obtaining a search warrant Keith said, deputies also found a loaded AK-47 and a 9 mm pistol.

Deputies arrested Alajauwan Duhart, 24, who is now facing felony charges of possession of a controlled substance. 

Duhart had been previously arrested in January for possession with intent to deliver.

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