Four agencies working together led to the arrest of Thomas James Osbourne on Tuesday evening in the Lagarto area.
Alice Police Department's Narcotic Division assisted the Live Oak Sheriff's Office in executing a search warrant at Osbourne residence and immediately detained him.
According to police, a search of the property led agents to the discovery of 0.5 grams of heroin, three ounces of marijuana, 7.5 ounces of meth, two guns and more than $10,000 in US currency.
Also assisting in the raid was the Duval and Jim Wells County Sheriff's Departments.
"Four agencies working in conjunction to apprehend a suspected heavy drug supplier in our area," said Lt. Luis Barrera with the Alice PD. "This arrest will have a major impact on street level sales in our community. We will continue to work with surrounding agencies to fight the war on drugs in our communities."
Osbourne was charged with manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance, and felon in possession of firearms.
He was taken to the Live Oak County jail. Charges will be filed in federal court.