New details released about what agents found during ecstasy bust

Cash and guns found in addition to pills, court documents said

By Louis Lochte - News Producer , John Whalen
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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas - Court documents released Thursday revealed new information about what was found during an ecstasy bust in northwest Harris County Wednesday.

Federal agents found nearly $300,000 in cash and jewelry, 11 guns and thousands of ecstasy pills in the home on Pattiglen Drive and Langham Way, federal court documents said.

Theodore Johnson was taken into custody after investigators said he jumped out of a second-story window.

According to federal agents, this was possibly the largest ecstasy bust in Houston history.

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