Officers with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office, Brownwood Police Department and Early Police Department served a search warrant Tuesday morning in south Brownwood and seized 38 grams of methamphetamine, and arrested two people.
    Chief Deputy James Stroope identified the two arrested as Adam Funderburg, 39, and Bulafae Jennifer Hollis, also known as Jennifer Mosely. 36. Both were charged with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance over four grams under 200 grams, Stroope said.
    According to a press release from Stroope:
    Officers served the warrant at a residence in connection with an ongoing investigation involving Funderburg, who has been arrested twice in the last 12 months on the same charge as Tuesday’s arrest. Investigator Carlyle Gover said 5 ounces, or 140 grams, of methamphetamine have been seized from Funderburg.
    Gover and Brownwood narcotics detective Aaron Taylor said in the press release that they are “joining in a combined capacity to target any and all narcotics dealers who attempt to distribute narcotics in Brown County.”
    Citizens are asked to report suspicious activity to law enforcement.
    Last week, Taylor talked to participants in the Brownwood Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy about narcotics investigations. Responding to a question after the session, Taylor said via text message:
    “The Police Department and Sheriff’s Office are working hand-in-hand to enforce drug laws. We are putting the drug distributors on notice, your time is coming, you will be caught and you will be held accountable.”