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Austin Michael Carpenter Warrant

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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
WARRANT OF ARREST
TO ANY PEACE OFFICER OF THE STATE OF TEXAS;'" .
The undersigned Magistrate having heretofore found that probable cause exists for the issuance of
this WalTant you are hereby commanded to arrest:
Austin Michael Carpenter
W/M 05/18/1992
hereinafter referred to as the suspe'ct, and bring the said suspect
before a Magistrate in and for Tarrant County, Texas, instanter,
then and there to answer the State of Texas for an offense
against the laws of the said State, tq-wit
DELIVERY OFCoIitroIh;jd Substance PG3 <28 GM,
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MAGISTRATE IN AND FOR T T COuNTY, TEXA
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of which offense he; the said suspect, is accused by the written affidavit, under oath of Fort Worth
Police Officer JC Williams #3603, filed before me anterior to the issuance of this warrant
Herein fail not and due.retum make hereof at the place hereinafter named.
Witness my official this the E day
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BOND: $
RETURN
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_______,2012.
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DESCRIPTION OF OFFICE
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
ARREST WARRANT AFF1DAVIT
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
BEFORE ME, the..undersigned authority, on this day personally appeared the undersigned
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affiant, rT1Eildulysworn on 9ath deposes and says: My name IS Officer
JC Williams #3603, of the Fort Worth' Police Department SpeCial' Operati9ns Division
and I have good reason to believe and do believe that on or about the 3
rd
day of
November, 2011, in Tarrant County, Texas, Austin Michael Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992
did then and there commit the offense of DELIVERY OF CIS PG3 <28 GM, HSC 481,114
jr:J that he did then and there intentionally and knowingly deliver hydrocodone, in the form of
pills, to your affiant Fort Worth Police Officer JC Williams.'#3603, including any adulterants
and dilutants.
My belief is based upon the follo,ving facts and information:
1. That your affiant, Officer;jC Williams #3603, has been a Fort Worth Police for
overfive(5) years and is cl.Jrrently assigned to the Special Operations Division, Narcotic
Section. Your affiantiscurrently assigned as a Narcotics Investigator with the Fort Worth
Police Department Special Operations Division Narcotics Unit. During your affianfs
career as a peace officer, your affiant has gained experience and training in the'
detection, investigation, and apprehension of suspects who possess, distribute, or
manufacture narcotics. Your affiant has participated in all of the normal methods of
investigation, including but not limited to, electronic and visual surveillance, general
questioning of suspects, victirns;andwitnesses, the use of search warrants, the usebf
confidential informants, and, ttie use of undercover officers/agents.
2. That on or about the 3
rd
day of November, 4011, your affiant began aninvestigation of
illegal narcotic sales from a subject (later identified as Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992,). '
3. That on the 3
rd
day of November, 2011, your affiant was contacted by a confidential
informant and was informed that "Austin" was various types of opiate pills to students at
Texas Christian University.
4. That on the 3
rd
day of November, 2011, a confidential source of information contacted
Carpenter and set up a meeting for Carpenter and your affiant to meet at the CVS
parking lot at 2603 W. Berry St and informed him that your affiant wanted to buy "15
dones" (street terminology for hydrocodone pills) and 4 "bars" (street terminology for
alprazolam) pills for $100.00. At approximately 3:33pm, I arrived at the CVS parking lot
and met with Carpenter, who arrived in a maroon F-150, bearing TXLP _. I
exited my vehicle and got in Carpenter's truck. Carpenter introduced himself as "Austin"
and pulled out a plastic baggy containing yellow oval pills (ITEM1) and yellow
rectangular pills (ITEM2), which through training and experience, looked similar to
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hydrocodone and alprazolam pills. Carpenter said, "This is the last of what I have for
now..... 15 hydrocodones and 4 "bars". Carpenter told me that he was still trying to find a
new "connect" for some more "hydrocodones". I asked Carpenter, "How much?"
Carpenter said, "It was $100.00". I then gave Carpenter $100.00 of US Currency for
ITEM 1 and ITEM 2. I asked Carpenter if I could call him later if I wanted more and he
, agreed. I th.en left this location.
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rd
day of November, 2011, I ran the license' platEdor tlie truck that
Carpenter was driving, which came back to a,"Beth Carpenter". Believing this car to be
possibly owned by his parents, I ran the name "Austin Carpenter" through the FWPD
and DPS databases. One of the results came back to an "Austin Michael CarpenterW/M
05/18/1992, I looked up this DL photo from this subject and confirmed
that this was the same person from whom your affiant purchased Item #1 and ITEM #2.
6. That on the 15
th
day of December, 2011, Mike Fish, a .Chemist with the Fort Worth
Police Crime Lab, conducted an analysis of Item #1 and Item #2; The analysis was
conducted under lab# 11-06515-1 and revealed that Item # 1 contained 6.48 grams of
dihydrocodeinone, not more than 15mg per dosage unit and Item #2 contained 1.02GM
of alprazolam. ' .
7. That on 15
th
day of Februa'ry, 2012, your affiant showed the driver's license
of Carpenter (Austin Michael Carpenter, to a confidential informant, Wr1q
had originally given us information on Carpenter. The confidential informant confirmed.
that thiswa,sthe same subject who he had arranged the meeting with on 11/3/11, where:
I purchased hydrocodone and alprazolam.
8. That your affiantdocumented the details of this offense under Fort Worth Police report
number 11-113866.
AF€IANT
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WHEREFORE, I request that an arrest warrant be issued for the suspect I Austin Michael'
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992 hereinbefore designated according to the laws of this State. '
WITNESS my signature this IS daYOf_Fab 2012. '

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_"VARRANTOF ARREST
TO ANY PEACE OFFICER OF TIIE OF TEXAS;-::;
The undersigned Magistrate having heretofore found thaf probable cause exists for the issuance of
this warrant you are hereby commanded to arrest:
Austin Michael Carpenter
WIM 05/1811992
hereinafter referred to as the suspect, and bring the said suspect
before a Magistrate in and for Tarrant County, Texas, instanter,
then and there to answer the State of Texas for an offense
against the laws ofthe said State, to-wit
DELIVERY OF Controlled SUbstance PG3 <28 GM,
HSC 481.114
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of which offense he; the said suspect, is accused by the written affidavit, under oath of Fort Worth
Police Officer JC Williams #3603, filed before me anterior to the issuance ofthis warrant.
Herein fail not and due.retum make hereof at the place hereinafter named.
Witness my official this the 15dayof -F4h {"19t1

MAGISTRATEfllAND FOR T T C.OUNTY,
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BOND: $ '-0 .
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_______,2012.
NAlvfE OF PEACE OFFICER
DESCRIPTION OF OFFICE
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
ARREST WARRANT AFFIDAVIT
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
BEFORE ME, thf;lundersigned on this day personally appeared the undersigned
affiant, who afterl:Jkfngby' me duly'sworn on oath deposes and says: My name is Officer
JC Williams #3603';' of the F'ortWorth Police Department Special Operations Division
and I have good reason to believe and do believe that on or about the 3'd day of
November, 2011, in Tarrant County, Texas, AustinMichael Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992 did
then and there coinmit the offense of DELIVERY OF CIS PG3 <28 GM, HSC 481.114 in
that he did then and there intentionally and knowingly deliver alprazolam, in the form of
pills, to your affiant Fort Worth Police Officer JC includi'ng any adulterants
and dilutants.
My belief is based upon the folloWing facts and information:
1. That your affiant, Officer,JC Williams #3603, has been a Fort Worth Police Officer for
over five (5) years and is ciJrrently assigned to the Special Operations Division, Nari:;otic
Section.Your affiant is currently assigned as a Narcotics Investigator with the Fort Worth
Police Departrn'enlSpecial Operations Division Narcotics Unit. During your affiant's
career as a peace officer, your affiant has gained experience and training in the
detection, investigation, and apprehension of suspects who possess, distribute, or'
manufacture narcotics. Your affiant has participated in all of the normal methods ot
investigation, including but not limited to, electronic and visual surveillance, general
questioning of suspects, victims, and witnesses, the use of search warrants, the use of
confidential informants, and the use of undercover officers/agents.
2. That on or about the 3'd dayof November, 2011, your affiant began an investigation of
illegal narcotic sales from a subject named "Austin" (later identified as AUstin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992,). .
3. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, your affiant was contacted by a confidential
informant and was informed that "Austin" was vari,ous types of opiate pills to students at
Texas Christian University.
4. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, a confidential source of ihformation contacted
Carpenter and set up a meeting for Carpenter and your affiant to meet at the CVS
parking lot at 2603 W, Berry St and informed him that your affiant wanted to buy "15
dones" (street terminology for hydrocodone pills) and 4 "bars" (street terminology for
alprazolam) pills for $100.00. At approximately 3:33pm, I arrived at the
and met with Carpenter, who arrived in a maroon F-150, bearing TXLP_. I
exited my vehicle and got in Carpenter's truck. Carpenter introduced himself as "Austin"
and pulled out a plastic baggy containing yellow oval pills (ITEM1) and yellow
rectangular pills (ITEM2), which through training and experience, looked similar to
hydrocodone and alprazolam pills. Carpenter said, "This is the last of what I have for
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now..... 15 hydrocodones and 4 "bars". Carpenter told me that he was still trying to find a
new "connect" for some more "hydrocodones". I asked Carpenter, "How much?"
Carpenter said, "It was $100.00". I then gave Carpenter $100.00 of US Currency for
ITEM 1 and ITEM 2. I asked Carpenter if I could call him later if I wanted more and he
agreed. I then left this location.
5. That on 3'd day ofNovember,'2011, I ran the license plate'for the truck that
Ca(periterwas driVing, which came back to a "Beth Carpenter". Believing this car to be
possibly owned by his parents; I ran the name "Austin Carpenter" through the FWPD
and DPS databases. Oneofthe results came back to an "Austin Michael CarpenterW/M
05/18/1 992, I looked up this DL photo from this subject and confirmed
that this was the same person from whom your affiant purchased Item #1 and ITEM #2.
6. That on the 15
th
day of December, 2011, Mike Fish, a Chemist with the Fort Worth
Police Crime Lab, conducted an analysis of Item #1 and Item #2. The analysis was
conducted under lab# 11-06515-1 and revealed that Item#tcontained 6.48 grams of
dihydrocodeinone, not more than 15mg per dosage unit and Item#2 contained 1.02GM
of alprazolam.
7. That on 15
th
day of February, 2012, your affiant showed the driver's license photograph
of Carpenter(,II.ustinMichael Carpenter, to a confidential informant,who
had originally given us information on Carpenter. The confidential informant confirmed
that this was the same subject who he had arranged the meeting with on 11/3/11, where
I purchased.hydrocodone and alprazolam. .
8. That your affiant documented the details of this offense under Fort Worth Police report
number 11-113866.
WHEREFORE, I request thatanarrestwalTant be isslled for the suspect, Austin Michael Carpenter
W/M 05/18/1992 hereinbefore designated according to the laws ofthis State.
WITNESS my signature tlllS / Stlt day of ,2012.
AFFIAL'lT
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TITLE AND OFFICE HELD BY i'vlAGISTRATE
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
'VARRANT OF ARREST
TO ANY PEACE OFFICER OF THE STATE OFTEXA8;
The undersigned Magistrate having heretofore found that probable cause exists for the issuance of
this warrant you are hereby commanded to arrest:
Austin Michael Carpenter
W/M 05/18/1992
hereinafter referred to as the suspect, and bring the said suspect
before a Magistrate in and for Tarrant County, Texas, instanter,
then and there to answer the State of Texas for an offense
against the laws of the said State, tq-wit
DELIVERYOF CIS PG3<28 GM,
HSC 481.114 (Drug-Free Zone)
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of which offense he,)he said suspect, is accused by the written affidavit, under oath of Fort Worth
Police Officer JC Williams #3603, filed before me anterior to the issuance of this warrant.
Herein fail not and duexeturn make hereof at the place hereinafter named.
Witness my official signaturethis the lS-dayof , lAC; I

MAGISTRATll . F9JS T T gwNT¥,
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RETURN
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_______,2012.
NAt\1E OF PEACE OFFICER
DESCRIPTION OF OFFICE
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
ARREST WARRANT AFFIDAVIT
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, on this day personaily appeared the undersigned
affia-Ilt,"who after beingbyme duly sworn on oath deposes and says: My name is Officer
JC Williams #3603, of the Fort Worth Police Department Special Operations Division
and I have good reason to believe and do believe that on or about the t
h
day of
November, 2011 , in Tarrant County, Texas, Austin Michael Carpenter W/M05/18/1992
did then and there commit the offense of Deliver of Controlled Substance PG3 <28 GM
HSC 481.114 (Drug-Free Zone) in that he did then and there intentionaily and knowingly
.deliver hydrocodone to your affiant Fort Worth Police Officer JC Williams #3603, including
any adulterants and dilutants; I,\iithin a Drug-Free Zone.
My belief is based upon the following facts and information:
1. That your affiant, OfficerJC Williams #3603, has been a Fort Worth Police Officer for
over five (5) years and is Currently assigned to the Special Operations Division, Narcotic
Section. Yqur affiant is cudently assigned as a Narcotics Investigator with the Fort Wqrth
Police Department Special Operations Division Narcotics Unit. During your affiant's
career>as a peace officer, your affiant has gained experience and training in the
detection, investigation, and apprehension of suspects who possess, distribute, or-
manufacture .narcotics. Your affiant has participated in ail of the normal methods of
investigation, including but not limited to, electronic and visual surveiilance, general
questioning ofsuspects, victims, and witnesses, the use of search warrants, the use of
confidential informants, and the use of undercover officers/agents.
2. That on or about the 3'd day6f November, 2011, your affiant began an investigation of
iilegal narcotic sales from a subject named "Austin" (later identified as Austin Michael
Carpenter WIM 05/18/1992). Your affiantreceived information from a confidential
informant that Carpenter was seiling variouslypes of opiate piils·to students at Texas
Christian University.
3. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, your affiant successfuily purchased
hydrocodone and alprazolam from Carpenter, which.was laterla,boratory tested and
confirmed to be hydrocodone and alprazolam. See details. on FWPD #11-113866.
4. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, I ran the license plate for the truck that
Carpenter was driving, which came back to a "Beth Carpenter". Believing this carto be
possibly owned by his parents, I ran the name "Austin Carpenter" through the FWPD
and DPS databases. One of the results came back to an "Austin Michael Carpenter W1M
05/18/1992, D L ~ I looked up this DL photo from this subject and confirmed
that this was the same person from whom your affiant purchased the hydrocodone and
alprazolam on 11/3/11.
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5. That on the yth day of November, 2011, your affiant continued an investigation of illegal
narcotic sales from Carpenter. Carpenter contacted your affiant and told me that he had
just gotten in some "lean" (common street terminology for promethazine/codeine cough
syrup) and was selling it for $20 an ounce, as well as some hydromorphone pills. I told
hirnJhat I would buy 4 ounces of the, cough syrup and 2 of the hydromorphone pills.
'Catpenter agceed'to sell all of it to me for $'110,00 and he iNOllrd throw in two
hydrocodone' pills for Jree. Carpenter toldli1e to meet him at the Kroger parking lot.
6. That on the yth day of November, 2011, at approximately 1: 14pni, I arrived at the Kroger
parking lot at 3120 S. University Dr, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX: Carpenter
contacted me and told me that he was in his red F-150 from the last time we met. I
walked over to his truck and got in the bacK passenger seat. I observed Carpenter as
the driver and another W/M that introduced hilllself as "Ryan" in the front passenger
seat. Carpenter immediately pulled out a plastic baby bottle filled with athick purple
liquid, which from training; and experience, looked similart6 couQQsyrtipc;ontaining
codeine (ITEM 1) and handed itto me. Carpenter said, "Here's like 4 and a half ounces".
I told him that I only had.$120.00 and didn't have change. I then handed Carpehter
$120.00 of US Currency. qarpenter said, "I'll give you an extra couple of more vicodins".
I said that was ok. Carpenter then pulled out a cloth sack and pulled out some white pills
and put themin aplastic baggy. Carpenter said that he and "Ryan" had already takeh,a
fewourlces of the codeine syrup and said that it was good. Carpenter then handed me
the plastic baggy containing two oval white pills with "Watson 385" on them (ITEM 2)
and twowh,ite oval pills with "M358" on them (ITEM 3). Carpetner referred to them as
"vikes". In the' same baggie, I observed two small circular pills with "M" on one side and'
"4" on the othef(ITEM 4). Carpenter said that ITEM 4 were 4mg "hydromorphine" pills.;
Carpenter then described the best way to use them was for me to crush them up and
snort them. After some conversation about using other types of opiates, I eventuplly left
this location.'
7. That on the 16
th
day of December, 2011,Cherish Harmon, a Cheplist with the Fort
Worth Police Crime Lab, conducted an analysis of Item #1 - #4,' The analysis was
conducted under lab# 11-07293 and revealedtQat Item # 1 cOQtained 155.77 GM of
dextromethorphan, Item #2 contained 1.42 GMpf dihydrocodeinone, not more than
15mg per dosage unit, ITEM #3 contained 1.27 Grvlof not more than
15mg per dosage unit, and ITEM #4 contained 0.31. GM of hydromorphone.
8. That your affiant has conducted research using google maps and maps relating to
properties owned, rented, or leased by Texas Christian University (an institution of
higher learning and listed Drug-Free Zone under 481.134 (b)). Your affiant has
concluded that the Kroger grocery store parking lot located at 3120 S. University Dr. is
within approximately 500 feet of property owned, rented, or leased by TCU, including but
not limited,tothe TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore locgted at 2\150 S. University Dr.
and the TCU Human Re,sources Administrative building, and the TCU Music Building
South located on the 2900 block of Rogers Ave.
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9. That on 15t!lday of February. 2012. your affiant showed the driver's license photograph
of Carpenter (Austin Michael Carpenter, D L ~ to a confidential informant. who
had originally given us information on Carpenter. The confidential informant confirmed
that this was the same subject who he had arranged the meeting with on 11/3/11, where
I purchased hydrocodone and alprazolam.
"-- 1O. That youraHiant documented the details of this offense under Fort Wo"rthPolice report
- ,. numBer 11-115195.'
WHEREFORE, I request that an arrest waITant be issued for the suspect '. Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992 hereinbefore designated according to the laws ofthisState.
WITNESS my signature this It'tf, day oC ~ 7 ' 2012,
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
-'YARRANT OF ARREST
TO ANY PEACE OFFICER OF TfiE STATE OF
The undersigned Magistrate having heretofore found that probable cause exists for the issuance of
this warrant you are hereby commanded to arrest:
hereinafter referred to as the suspect, and bring the said suspect
before a Magistrate in and for Tarrant County, Texas, instanter,
then and there to answer the State bfTexas for an offense
against the laws of the said State, td-wit
DELIVERY OF C/SPG1<1GM,
HSC 481.112 (.0, rug-Free Zone)
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of which offense he, the said suspect, is accused by the written affidavit, under oath of Fort Worth
Police Officer JC Williams #3603, filed before me anterior to the issuance of this warrant.
Herein fail not and due return make hereof at the place hereinafter named.
Witness my official signature this th,e" $ ,",yor FQJ, 201,2""
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MAGISTI}{\IE.Jl>! AND FOR pUNTY, TEXA.§,....-
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TITLE AND'OFFICE MAGISTRATE
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Came on to hand on the day of , 2012, and executed on the day of
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NAME OF PEACE OFFICER
DESCRIPTION OF OFFICE
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THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
ARREST WARRANT AFFIDAVIT
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
BEFORE ME, authority, on this day personally appeared the undersigned
affiant, wno after'beingbYnl§dulyswqrnoncoalh deposes and says: My name is Officer
JC WilliaiTis#3603, of the Fort Worth Police Departmerit Special Operations Division
and I have good reason to believe and do believe that on or about the t
h
day of
November, 2011, in Tarrant County, Texas, Austin Michael Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992
did then and there commit the offense of Deliver of Controlled Substance PG1 <1 GM
HSC 481.112 (Drug-Free Zone) in that he did then and mereintentionally and knowingly
deliver hydromorphone to your.affiant Fort Worth PoliceOfficer'JC Williams #3603,
including any adulterants and dil,utants; within a DrugcFrE;Je Zone.
My belief is based upon the following facts and information:
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1. That your affiant, OfficerqC Williams #3603, has been a Fort Worth Police Officer for
over,tivE} (5) yearsand is currently assigned to the Special Operations Division, Narcotic
Section. Youraffiarit is currently assigned as a Narcotics Investigator with the Fort Wqcth
Policepepartment Special Operations Division Narcotics Unit. During your affiant;s
career'as. a peace officer, your affiant has gained experience and training in the·'
detection; .ii')yestigation, and apprehension of suspects who possess, distribute, or
manufacture nqrcotics. Your affiant has participated in all of the normal methods of
investigation, inc;luding but not limited to, electronic and visual surveillance, genercll
questioning of suspects, victims, and witnesses, the use of search warrants, the useol
confidential informapts, and the use of undercover officers/agents.
2. That on or about the 3
rd
day of November,2011, your affiant began Cjn investigation of
illegal narcotic sales from a subject named "Austin" (later identified as Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992). Your affiant received information,from a confidential
informant that Carpenter was selling various typ'es of opiate students at Texas
Christian University. .'
3. That on the 3
rd
day of November, 2011, your affiant suce;:essfully purchased
hydrocodone and alprazolam from Carpenter, whichwaSlatE;Jr laboratory tested and
confirmed to be hydrocodone and alprazolam. See details on FWPD #11-113866.
4. That on the 3
rd
day of November, 2011, I ran the license plate for the truck that
Carpenter was driving, which came back to a "Beth Carpenter". Believing this car to be
possibly owned by his parents, I ran the name "Austin Carpenter" through the FWPD
and DPS databases. One of the results'came back to an "Austin Michael CarpenterW/M
05/18/1992, I looked up this DL photo from this subject and confirmed
that this was the same person from whom your affiant purchased the hydrocodone and
alprazolam on 11/3/11.
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5. That on the i
h
day of November, 2011, your affiant continued an investigation of illegal
narcotic sales from Carpenter. Carpenter contacted your affiant and told me that he had
just gotten in some "lean" (common street terminology for promethazine/codeine cough
syrup) and was selling it for $20 an ounce, as well as some hydromorphone pills. I told
.' him tl18t I would buy 4 ounces of the cough syrup and 2 of the hydrbmorphone pills.
Caq:ieriTer agreed to sell all of it to me for $110.00 and he would throw in two
hydrocodone pills for free, Carpenter told me to meet himat the Kroger parking lot.
6. That on the i
h
day of November, 2011, at approximately 1:14pm,1 arrived at the Kroger
parking lot at 3120 S. University Dr, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX. Carpenter
contacted me and,told me that he was in'his red F-150 from the last time we met. I
walked over to his truck and got in the back passenger seat. I observed Carpenter as
the driver and another W/M that introduced himself as "Ryan" in the frol1t passenger
seat. Carpenter immediately pulled out a plastic baby bottiefille.cl.witha thick purple
liquid, which from training] and experience, looked similar to cough syrup contaioing
codeine (ITEM 1) and handed it to me. Carpenter said, "Here's like 4 and a half ounces".
I told him that I only had $120.00 and didn't have change. I then handed Carpenter
$120.00 of US Currency. Carpenter said, "I'll give you an extra couple of more vicodins".
I saidthatwasok. Carpenter then pulled out a cloth sack and pulled out some whitepilis
and put them in a plastic baggy. Carpenter said that he and "Ryan" had already taken'C!
few ounces of the codeine syrup and said that it was good. Carpenter then handed mEl.
the plastic baggy containing two oval white pills with "Watson 385" on them (ITEM 2)
and two white, oval pills with "M358" on them (ITEM 3). Carpetner referred to them as,
"vikes". In the Same baggie, I observed two small circular pills with "M" on one side amj;
"4" on the other (ITEM 4). CarpEil1ter said that ITEM 4 were 4mg "hydromorphine" pills';
Carpenter then deScribed thEibest way to use them was for me to crush thenll,lp and
snort them. After so";'e conversation abou.t using other types of opiates, I eventually left
this location.
7. That on the 16
th
day of December, 2011, Cherish Harmon, a ChElmist with the Fort
Worth Police Crime Lab, conducted an analysis of Item #1 - #4. The analysis was
conducted under lab# 11-07293 and revealed that Item # 1 contained 155.77 GM of
dextromethorphan, Item #2 contained 1.42 GM of dihydrocodeinone, not more than
15mg per dosage unit, ITEM #3 contained 1.27 GM of dihydrocodeinone, not more than
15mg per dosage unit, and ITEM #4 contained 0.31 GM oLbydromorphone.
8. That your affiant has conducted research using google maps and maps relating to
properties owned, rented, or leased by Texas Christian University (an institution of
higher learning and listed Drug-Free Zone under 481.134 (b)). Your affiant has
concluded that the Kroger grocery store parking lot located at 3120 S. University Dr. is
, withinapR.roximately 500feet of property owned"rented; or leased by TCU,·inciuding but
not limited to the TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore located at 2950 S. University Dr.
and the TCU Human Resources Administrative building, and the TCU Music Building
South located on the 2900 block of Rogers Ave.
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9. That on 15
th
day of February, 2012, your affiant showed the driver's license photograph
of Carpenter (Austin Michael Carpenter, to a confidential informant, who
had originally given us information on Carpenter. The confidential informant confirmed
that this was the same subject who he had arranged the meeting with on 11/3/11, where
I purchased hydrocodone and alprazolam.
167That youraffiant documented the details ofthis offense under Fort Worth Police report
number 11-115195. -
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO B

WHEREFORE, I request that an arrest warrant be issued for the suspect, Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992 hereinbefore designated according to the laws of this State;
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WITNESS my signature this f .. day of rr 2012.
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WARRANT NO. [2-. P(j(j{) 6/ if
THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
.. WARRANT OF ARREST
TO ANY PEACE OFFICER OF THE STATE OF TEXAS; .•..
The undersigned Magistrate having heretofore found that probable cause exists for the issuance of
this warrant you are hereby commanded to arrest:
Austin Michael Carpenter
W/M 05/18/1992
hereinafter referred to as the suspect, and bring the said suspect
before a Magistrate in and for Tarrapt County, Texas, instanter,
then and there to answer the State Of Texas for an offense
against the laws of the said State, ta-wit
DELIVERY OF C/S'PG1<:1GM.,
HSC 481.112 (Drug-Free ZOIJ.!»-
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of which offense he, the said suspect, is accused by the written affidavit, under oath of Fort Worth
Police Officer JC Williams #3603, filed before me anterior to the issuance of this warrant.
Herein fail not and due;rytum make hereof at the place hereinafter named.
Witness my official the . L5 da.Yof r , A.D., 2012. '.,

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RETURl-..
Came on to hand on the day of "2012, and executed on the .day of
______-',2012.
NAME OF PEACE OFFICER
DESCRIPTION OF OFFICE
Page 1
THE STATE OF TEXAS )(
ARREST WARRANT AFFIDAVIT
COUNTY OF TARRANT )(
BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, on this day personally appeared the undersigned
affiant, whoafterHei-ng by me dUly sworn on oath deposes and says: My name is Officer
JC Williams #3603, of the Fort Worth Police Department Special Operations Division
. and I have good reason to believe and do believe that on or about the 16
th
day of
November, 2011, in Tarrant County, Texas, Austin Michael Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992
did then and there commit the offense of Deliver of Controlled Substance PG1 <1 GM
HSC 481.112 (Drug-Free Zone) in that he did then and there intentionally and knowingly
deliver hydrocodone to your affiant Fort Worth Police Officer JC Williamsft.3603, including
any adulterants and dilutants; within a Drug-Free Zone.
My belief is based upon the foIlo\vjng facts and information:
1. That your affiant, OfficerJC Williams #3603, has been a Fort Worth Police Officelt for
over five (5) years and is currently assigned to the Special Operations Division, Narcotic
SecticJn,Youraffiant is cLJJ-rently assigned as a Narcotics Investigator with the FortWQrth
Police Department Special Operations Division Narcotics Unit. During your affiant:s
career.as a peace officer, your affiant has gained experience and training in the
detectioh" investigation, and apprehension of suspects who possess, distribute, or'>
manufacture narcotics. Your affiant has participated in all of the normal methods of
investigation,ihcluding but not limited to, electronic and visual surveillance, generaL
questioning of suspects, victims, and witnesses, the use of search warrants, the use of
confidential informants, and the use· of undercover officers/agents. _....
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2. That on or about the 3,dday6f November,2011, your affiant began an of
illegal narcotic sales froma subject named. "Austin" (later identified as Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992). Your affiant received information{rorn a confidential
informant that Carpenter was selling varioustypes of opiate pillstb students at Texas
Christian University. .
3. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, your affiant successfully purchased
hydrocodone and alprazolam from Carpenter, which'Nas later tested and
confirmed to be hydrocodone and alprazolam. See detailson.FWPD #11-113866.
4. That on the 3'd day of November, 2011, I ran the license plate for the truck that
Carpenter was driving, which came back to a "Beth Carpenter". Believing this car to be
possibly owned by his parents, I ran the name "Austin Carpenter" through the FWPD
and DPS databases. One of the results-came back to an "Austin Michael Carpenter W/M
05/18/1992, DL_. I looked up this DL photo from this subject and confirmed
that this was the same person·from whom your affiant purchased the hydrocodone and
alprazolam on 11/3/11.
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5. That on the i
h
day of November, 2011, your affiant continued an investigation of illegal
narcotic sales from Carpenter. On this day, your affiant successfully purchased
dextromethorphan and dihydrocodeinone from Carpenter, which was later laboratory
tested and confirmed to be dextromethorphan and dihydrocodeinone. See details on
FWPD #11-118731.
6.'; That 'on the 16
th
day of November, 2012; your affiant continued an investigation of illegal
narcotic sales from Carpenter; I contacted Carpenter earlier in the day and asked if I
could get some oxycotin. Carpenter said he could get some and to meet him at the
Kroger around 1:00. Carpenter and I agreed for me to purchase 4 oxycotin pills for
$110.00. At approximately 1:16pm, I arriveq at the Kroger parking'lot at 3120 S.
University Dr, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX. Carpenter contacted me and told me that
he was in his red F-150 from the last time we met. I walked over to his truck and got in
the front passenger seat. Carpenter immediately pulled out a plastic baggy containing 4
prescription pills, which I believed to be oxycotin(ITEM 1), and handed ITS:M 1 to me. I
told Carpenter that I had djdn't have change and haridedhim USCurn:!ncy
for ITEM 1. Carpenter saidthat he would give me another pill since he did not havEJ:any
change. Carpenter said he was about to pick up 50 more hydrocodones if I wanted
to buy any more. After a short conversation, I left this location.
7. Thaton the.1 7t!J day oLNovember, 2011, Sharon R Patlon, a Chemist with the "Port
Worth police Crime Lab, conducted an analysis of Item 1. The analysis was conducted
under lab# 11-06783 and revealed that Item # 1 weighed 0.77 GM. Of these 5 tablets,
one tabletwas analyzed and contained 0.15 grams of oxycodone.
8. That your affiant has conducted research using google maps and maps relating tq
properties owned, rented, or by Texas Christian University (an institutionoL
higher learning Clpd Zone under 481.134 (b)). Your affiar;lt has
concluded that the store·pflrking lot located at 3120 S. University Dr. is
within approximately 500feet of property owned, rented, or leased byTCU, including but
not limited to the TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore located at 2950S: University Dr.
and the TCU Human Resources Administrative building, and theTCU Music Building
South located on the 2900 block of Rogers
9. That on 15t!J day of February, 2012, your affiant showed the drive'r;'s license photograph
of Carpenter (Austin Michael Carpenter, DL#_to a confidential informant, who
had originally given us information on Carpenter. The cbnfidi?ntialinformant confirmed
thalthis was the same subject who he had arranged the meeting with on 11/3/11, where
I purchased hydrocodone and alprazolam.
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10. That your affiant documented the details of this offense under Fort Worth Police report
number 11-118731.
WHEREFORE, I request that an arrest warrant be issued for the suspect, Austin Michael
Carpenter W/M 05/18/1992 hereinbefore designated according to the laws of this State.
Wli'NEss my signatitre this I~ A d a y of Ft!JI... 2012.,' '7'e>.' ,
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TITLE AND OFFICE HELD BY MAGIS;rRATE
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