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Two arrested after investigation into dealing of K2 in Central Texas area

Regina Jones (Source: Milam County Jail) Regina Jones (Source: Milam County Jail)
Xavier Campbell (Source: Milan County Jail) Xavier Campbell (Source: Milan County Jail)

Two people are behind bars after an investigation into a drug dealing operation in the Central Texas area.

On Monday, Cameron and Temple police arrested two suspects that were the target of a illicit substance abuse investigation over the past six to eight weeks. 

The investigation was focused on K-2/Spice distribution in the Cameron and Temple area. 

Investigators were able to pinpoint the distribution of the drugs to suspected traffickers in Cameron.

Officials said the suspects had recently obtained a substantial amount of K2 in Temple and was bringing the substance back to Cameron for sale.

As the vehicle entered into the Cameron city limits, police units picked up the vehicle as it was traveling and initiated a traffic stop on West 6th Street.

Xavier Campbell, 42, and Regina Jones, 34, were in the vehicle. After the officers approached, Jones got out and attempted to flee. 

Officers were able to stop and arrest her, as well as Campbell.

Both are being charged with possession of K2 under five pounds, possession of a controlled substance less than two grams, and tampering with evidence.

The two suspects were transported to the Milam County Jail and are awaiting arraignment.

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