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Last updated on Thursday, December 24, 2009
(SEYMOUR, IN) - Seymour police are seeing a rise on imported drugs such as crystal meth and cocaine in the city.
On Monday, detectives and members arrested two Seymour residents for cocaine distribution in the 600 block of Euclid Avenue.
Detective Captain Carl Lamb said Wednesday, that undercover police officials were able to purchase the drugs from the residence.
24-year-old Francisco Rebollar and 24-year-old Eleuterio Fabela were arrested for the crimes, ending a three-week investigation.
Both men, who are living in the country illegally, are being held on $105,000 bonds each.
Rebollar was charged with possession of cocaine more than 3 grams, a class A felony; possession of cocaine, a class C felony; and possession of cocaine under 3 grams, a class D felony.
Fabela faces charges of dealing cocaine, a class B felony; possession of cocaine more than 3 grams with intent to sell, a class A felony; and possession of cocaine more than 3 grams, a class C felony.
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