SWAT seizes meth, guns, lawn mowers and stolen vehicles in Montgomery County house raid

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CONROE, Texas — Three people are behind bars after officers sized drugs, guns, stolen vehicles and other illegal items in raid at a home in Conroe, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said.

Deputies were led to the home after an officer pulled over a stolen trailer in early November, authorities said. Investigators later discovered the stolen trailer had been bought from Jason Baughman, 42.

The Texas Department of Public Safety used an aircraft to fly over Baughman’s home in the 17800 block of Dogwood Drive, and deputies were able see several other stolen trailers parked on the property.

Several officers, including a SWAT team, raided the home Thursday.

The sheriff’s office said a Chevy 2500 HD truck, six trailers hitched to a U-Haul car hauler, one unidentified trailer with a generator and two riding lawn mowers were found. All the vehicles had been reported stolen. Deputies also found 20 guns — two of which were stolen — 160 grams of meth, $3,300, computer equipment and various other stolen items on the property, authorities said.

Officers arrested Baughman, along with 27-year-old Jessica Nicole Joyce and 34-year-old Ryan Coleman Wulfjuen.

Baughman is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Both Joyce and Wulfjen faces two counts of theft of a firearm and possession of a  controlled substance.

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