Three arrests were made on Monday morning by Alice Police Investigators during a raid on the 200 block of Palo Blanco Street.

Alice police officers assisted by the Duval County Sheriff's Office, Central South Texas Criminal Investigative Unit and Department of Public Safety troopers entered the home of Jesus Flores, 49, and his common law wife, 27-year-old Iris Ann Contreras shortly before 5 a.m.

Officers searched the residence and found 33 grams of cocaine, two digital scales, sandwich bags and Inositol in the wash room, according to Cpl. Nick Juarez with Alice PD's Criminal Investigative Division. Inositol is a chemical added to cocaine.

In the master bedroom of the home officers located $1,971 in cash.

Also in the home at the time of the raid were three juveniles ages 12, four and one.

Flores and Contreras were charged with manufacturing and delivery of cocaine and three counts of endangering a child. 

Two other men where located in a camper trailer at the back of the property as they slept. The two men were detained. 

Samuel Sifuentes, 47, was arrested on five warrants. The other man was released.

Sifuentes had warrants out of Webb County for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, theft, burglary of a vehicle and evading arrest with a motor vehicle.  

Officers from the four agencies then proceeded to Flores' garage on the 300 block of West Third Street.

At the business, officers located a stolen Miller welder valued at $22,000 on a trailer registered to Flores, Juarez stated. The welder was stolen out of Duval County.

Flores was also charged with theft of property.

The juveniles were released to family. Child Protective Services will be notified.

The three individuals were transported to the Jim Wells County jail. 

Flores and Contreras were released from jail onMonday at approximately 4 p.m. on $5,000 bonds each.

As of Tuesday morning Sifuentes remains in JWC custody with no bond.