Deputies: Drugs, guns and stolen moving truck found at Spring home

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Deputy constables say a robbery investigation in northwest Harris County led to the discovery of a large amount of narcotics.

The Precinct 4 Constables' office says three men are now facing charges after they removed crystal meth, marijuana, LSD, various steroids, prescription drugs and two guns from the home.

Deputy constables went to the home on Lestergate Drive for a robbery investigation, and placed 24-year-old Justin Ramsey in custody.

Constable Mark Herman's office said investigators obtained a search warrant after finding evidence of illegal drug activity at the home.

A stolen U-Haul truck was also found parked at the home.
Ramsey and John Littman, 56, were charged with possession of a controlled substance. Littman is also facing charges of possession of a synthetic narcotic and for being a felon in possession of a gun.

Stephen Vollentine, 34, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

All three men were booked into Harris County jail without bond.

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