MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - An undercover investigation by Riley County police resulted in two drug-related arrests in Manhattan.
Nick Bowser, who is 35 years of age, was arrested Tuesday morning at his home on 1119 Kearney Street, Apartment 9, for selling crack cocaine and conspiring to distribute. Bond was set at $6,000.
24-year-old Sasha Soules-Jones was also arrested for the sale of crack cocaine and the unlawful use of a telecommunication device. Bond was set at $3,000.
Both were arrested after a search warrant was served at their home. 0.7 grams of the substance were seized during the search.
The warrant is part of an ongoing investigation by RCPD's Special Investigations Unit into crack cocaine distribution.
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