An Athens man, who is believed to be linked to the sale of LSD to East Texas school children, was arrested on a drug delivery charge Wednesday.
Logan Carr, 18, was seen leaving a south Smith County residence Wednesday afternoon and drove to a business in the 12400 block of Texas Highway 155 South in Tyler. He was seen on surveillance getting out of his car and making exchanges with several people in the parking lot, according to the Smith County Sheriff’s Office.
Investigators detained Carr, and they later learned Carr allegedly gave out LSD to those people, a news release stated.
Through a search warrant and investigation of his residence by the Smith County Sheriff’s Office and Precincts 2 and 5 constables offices, significant amounts of suspected LSD, Xanax bars, methamphetamine and psilocybin mushrooms were seized, according to law enforcement.
Carr was booked into Smith County Jail on a manufacture or delivery of a penalty group 1A controlled substance under 20 abuse units, and several warrants out of Lindale.
His bond is set at $3,000 for the drug charge, and other charges are expected to be filed as this investigation continues.
Over recent weeks, Carr is suspected of posting many Snapchats advertising the sale of the same narcotics that were later seized. Carr is allegedly a link to the sale and distribution of LSD to students at schools in the Smith County area, according to the sheriff’s office.
Smith County Sheriff’s Office, Precinct 2 and 5 constables offices and the Lindale ISD Police Department worked on the investigation and arrest.