About The Stop Drugs Corpus Christi Website

This website creates an important partnership between the general public and law enforcement.

Almost all illegal supply, distribution, and sale of illegal narcotics is supported by one or more criminal organizations. While you may only be aware of an individual or a small group of individuals who participate in the sale of illegal narcotics, the illegal product is supplied and distributed by a larger criminal network. This multijurisdictional website, supported by local, state, and federal agencies, allows the public to submit anonymous drug crime tips and wanted drug fugitive tips within the Houston HIDTA territory including Harris, Fort Bend, Galveston, Montgomery, Jefferson, Walker, Nueces, Wharton, and Victoria counties.

The StopDrugs websites are sponsored by these agencies:

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Corpus Christi Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office, Galveston Police Department, Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Homeland Security Investigations, Houston Police Department, Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Pasadena Police Department, Texas Department of Public Safety, U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of Texas, U.S. Attorney’s Office – Southern District of Texas, U.S. Marshals Service – Eastern District, U.S. Marshals Service – Southern District, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Victoria County Sheriff’s Office, Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Wharton Police Department

Participating Agencies

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 Walker County Sheriff USAO-SouthernDistrictOfTexas-1.png Galveston Sheriff
Wharton Police DepartmentGalveston Police Department 

The Primary Goals of This Website:

Educating Corpus Christi, Texas area residents and businesses...
about the threat of illegal drug activity in the area and provide a means for them to report criminal activity anonymously.

The Fentanyl Threat: How Big is the Problem: National ThreatTexas ThreatLocal Threat
Emerging Drug Threats: Nitazenes - Xylazine
General Drug Trends:  United States Drug TrendsHouston HIDTA Drug Trends

We Need Your Help - Submit an Anonymous Drug Crime Tip

Assisting parents and guardians...

in identifying indicators of illegal drug use and provide information about prevention and treatment services available in the Houston area.

Under the Influence? Warning Signs
What Parents Need to Know 
Drug Treatment and Prevention Resources 

Informing young people...

on the dangers and consequences of using illegal drugs.

What Youth Need to Know 

Why We Need Your Help…

The Houston HIDTA is a major corridor for drug trafficking activities. The drug threat in the region is immense and an “all hands on deck” approach is needed to combat this significant problem. Submit your tip today!

Houston is a pivotal point for the importation and exportation of a wide variety of drug types. Noted with red arrows, illicit drugs such as methamphetamine, cocaine, low-grade marijuana, heroin, fentanyl, and fentanyl-laced counterfeit pills are transported in bulk quantities into the Houston area from Mexico through South Texas. Once arriving in the Houston area, these large drug loads are broken down into smaller quantities and delivered to locations throughout the nation. Noted with purple arrows, Mexico-based cartels obtain precursor chemicals primarily from China for the fentanyl and methamphetamine they produce. Although Mexico is the main source for fentanyl entering the United States, fentanyl and other synthetic opioids also arrive via mail shipments originating from source countries such as China though to a lesser extent than in the past. Noted with green arrows, domestically-produced high-grade marijuana, marijuana concentrates (THC wax and oil) and THC edibles are diverted from a growing number of states that have legalized marijuana into counties in the Houston Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) to meet the very high level of demand for these potent marijuana-based products.