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Suspects in Van Zandt Co. oil tank explosion turn themselves in

Brandy Nicole Wolfe (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office) Brandy Nicole Wolfe (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office)
Heather Jeanette Wolfe (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office) Heather Jeanette Wolfe (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office)
HR Garrett Price (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office) HR Garrett Price (Source: Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office)

All three subjects wanted in connection with an explosion and fire at the Three Folks Operating Company, LLC on January 29 have turned themselves in to Van Zandt County authorities.

Wednesday, H.R. Price, Heather Wolfe and Brandy Wolfe surrendered to Van Zandt County Constable Precinct Four Pat Jordan, according to Van Zandt County Fire Marshal Chuck Allen.

The individuals were arraigned and then transported to the Van Zandt County Justice Center in Canton. Their bonds have been set at $50,000 for the Criminal Mischief and $10,000 on the Criminal Trespass.

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