Bobby Gause, 40, of the 4600 block of Monroe Street was arrested by Austin police officers executing a search warrant at his home. Gause possessed large amounts of illegal drugs, an automatic assault rifle with a loaded drum magazine, a loaded sub-machine gun, and various calibers of ammunition. He was charged with these offenses and as an Armed Habitual Offender, a Class X Felony.
Bobby Gause, 40, of the 4600 block of West Monroe Street was arrested and charged October 12 as an Armed Habitual Criminal. In addition to this Class X felony, Gause was also charged with one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance for Crack Cocaine, one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance for Heroin, one count of the Manufacturing/Delivery of 500-2,000 grams of Cannabis, and two counts of Unlawful Use of a Weapon by a Felon.
On the morning of October 12, at 10:33 AM, Bobby Gause, a man with numerous felony convictions, was the target of a search warrant. Austin (15th) District Patrol Officers, with the assistance of Austin District Tactical Units, executed the search warrant in the 4600 block of West Monroe, at Gause’s residence. During the search of the residence, police discovered Gause to be in possession of various narcotics, an Assault Rifle, and a Sub-machine gun, with an unspecified amount of ammunition.
Seized during the execution of the search warrant were the following items:
• 1,227 grams of Cannabis
• 48 grams of Crack Cocaine
• 19 grams of Heroin
• An Automatic Rifle with a loaded Drum Magazine
• A loaded Sub-machine Gun
• Various ammunition of
• $1,032 in cash
Gause was taken into custody at the scene.
Austin District police officers executing a search warrant at a residence in the 4600 block of Monroe Street seized large amounts of illegal drugs, loaded automatic weapons, and ammunition. The resident was arrested and charged.