The Refugio County Sheriff’s Department received a warrant for Chandler on Feb. 10, for possession of a dangerous drug.
Three other suspects in the case were arrested Nov. 7 in the 200 block of Holmes Street in Woodsboro.
Chandler has not been arrested at this time.
The Refugio Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Unit had received information that criminal activity was occurring at that address.
Investigators also were following leads to a burglary of a residence and several thefts within the immediate area.
Subsequently, after arriving at the location, investigators found three suspects at the residence.
Investigators conducted consent to search at the residence.
Investigators located crystal methamphetamine, packaging materials for sale, gram scale, paraphernalia for the use of crystal methamphetamine and several dangerous drugs—pills—packaged for sale at the residence and on the suspects.
Stolen items also were recovered from previous reported crimes in Refugio County. Pending charges of burglary will follow after a thorough investigation is completed.
The following suspects were arrested at the residence and each was charged with possession of a dangerous drug:
Gabriel Victoriano Pesina, 34, of Woodsboro, charged with possession of a controlled substance – methamphetamine with intent to manufacture and deliver.
Also, Ericka Pesina, 32, of Woodsboro, was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of a dangerous drug.
And, Andrew Charles Wallace, 27, of Refugio, was arrested and charged with possession of a dangerous drug.