Corsicana Police narcotics officers, assisted by members of the Corsicana Police Department's Rapid Response tactical unit, arrested five people Monday night while serving a drug search warrant on the city's north side.

Police Chief Randy Bratton said officers found methamphetamine and a small amount of marijuana during the search of the home in the 100 block of East College about 6:45 p.m. Monday

The five were arraigned Tuesday by Justice of the Peace Darrell Waller on various charges.

They were identified by Assistant Chief Ronnie McGaha as:

• Melinda Faye Harris, 41, Corsicana; charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance over four grams but under 200 grams in a drug free zone, and possession of a controlled substance under two grams.

• Stephanie Hill, 23, Barry; charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance over four grams but under 200 grams in a drug free zone, possession of marijuana under two ounces, and possession of dangerous drugs.

• Winford Emmett, 23, of Corsicana; charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance over four grams but under 200 grams in a drug free zone, and tampering with physical evidence.

• Benjamin Barber, 25, of Oklahoma City; Oklahoma; charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance over four grams but under 200 grams in a drug free zone, and possession of marijuana.

• Tom Harris, 43, of Corsicana; charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance over four grams but under 200 grams in a drug free zone, and tampering with physical evidence.

Waller set bonds of $100,000 each on the manufacture and delivery charges; $10,000 on the tampering with evidence charges; and $1,000 on the possession of marijuana charges.

Additionally, Emmett had outstanding Class C warrants on unrelated charges, McGaha said.

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