Investigators say an anti-crime sweep in Central Texas has led to more than a dozen arrests in drug trafficking and animal cruelty cases.
Bryan police on Thursday announced results of a multi-agency warrant enforcement action a day earlier.
Authorities say most of the suspects are charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. One man has also been charged with dog fighting and cruelty to livestock animals.
A spokeswoman for Bryan police had no additional details Thursday on the livestock and dog fighting-related counts.