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Five suspects jailed after drug bust worth more than $390,000

Source: Bell County Jail Source: Bell County Jail
BELL COUNTY, TX (KXXV) -

Five suspects are behind bars after a Bell County drug bust, officials seized more than $390,000 worth of drugs.

The bust was a result of an investigation by the Bell County Organized Crime Unit into the dealing of a large amount of cocaine and K2 Spice in the greater Bell County Area.

Raymon Blackmon 34 of Pflugerville, Quinnton Blackmon 33 of Temple, Amanda Stolp 29 of Temple, Texaveria Ervine 26 of Waco and Robert Chalk 32 of Waco were all arrested as apart of the bust.

All five suspects are being charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance.

Officials say that during the course of the investigation multiple residences and other locations in the Temple and Pflugerville areas were searched resulting in the seizure of 3800 grams (8.5 lbs) of powder cocaine, 3600 grams (8 lbs) of K2 spice, $5500.00 in cash and one vehicle.

The estimated retail street value of the Cocaine and K2 Spice seized is in excess of $390,000.00.

Several other agencies assisted with the investigation including the Bell County Sheriff's Department, the Temple Police Department, the Austin Police Department and the Pflugerville Police Department.

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