Police arrest three Fort Worth men found with pot, guns and cash in New Braunfels park

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Pot, guns and a lot of cash were confiscated when police in New Braunfels brought in three Fort Worth men who were drawing attention by looking a bit out of place at Fischer Park.

It happened Saturday night.

New Braunfels Police officers were called to the park by witnesses to report that three men, all dressed in black, were acting suspicious.

Officers responded to the park and found the men parked in the separate vehicles.

The trio didn’t even try to cover up the large amounts of cash and guns in their vehicles. A K-9 unit was brought in and quickly sniffed out a couple of trash bags with 11 pounds of pot packed inside.

The trio was also carrying $260,000 in cash and three guns.

25 year old Eduardo Javier Munoz, 26 year old Jonathan Martinez and 24 year old Aaron Scott Dittman Jr. were all taken into custody and transported to the Comal County Jail.

 

 

Eduardo Munoz Photo: New Braunfels Police Department Facebook
Jonathan Martinez Photo: New Braunfels Police Department
Aaron Dittman Jr. Photo: New Braunfels Police Department Facebook

 

Each man has been charged with Possession of Marijuana and Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity.

Police also discovered that Dittman and Martinez had warrants in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.

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