SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A 23 year old Boerne man is under arrest after Kerr County Deputies raided his home and found drugs, cash and weapons.
Deputies were led to the home Michael Archibald after an earlier drug bust. When investigating where the drugs came from, they learned about Archibald’s supply operation.
He was found to be in possession of nearly 57-grams of concentrated THC, guns, ammo, and magazines, plus more than 85-hundred-dollars in cash.
“Once again, our teams have worked effectively to stop the flow of drugs into Kerr County,” said Sheriff Larry Leitha. “They continue to disrupt drug networks both inside and outside the county. A bust of this size represents a strong step against a good sized supplier. Anyone with this quantity of drugs is likely affecting the supply across many counties in the Hill Country. We appreciate the cooperative work of the Boerne PD Narcotics Division to bring this drug source to justice.”
Archibald is charged with possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. He’s being held on $30,000 bond and he could face more charges as the investigation continues.
The street value for the drugs is nearly $80,000.