ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It didn't take long for man just released from prison to get in trouble again.
Albuquerque police arrested Eric Humes, 44, and William Crandell, 56, on Friday night.
Police served a search warrant at an apartment and found a large amount of meth, pills packaged for sale and pre-loaded syringes.
Humes was arrested on a probation violation related to several other drug charges.
When APD did a background check on Crandell, they learned he had just been released from prison for stabbing a man in 2010 after an ongoing fight.
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