Wednesday, October 08, 2014 2:44 a.m. CDT
Williston, N.D. (AP) Bond is set at $2 million apiece for two men arrested in North Dakota’s oil patch with what authorities said was more than $300,000 worth of narcotics in their possession.
Court documents released this week allege that 39-year-old Pablo Lopez-Vallapando and 42-year-old Porifirio Ruiz sold meth, heroin, cocaine and marijuana to a confidential informant. A subsequent raid of their Williston hotel room allegedly uncovered 11 ounces of methamphetamine, 9 ounces of black tar heroin, 7.5 ounces of cocaine, 9 pounds of marijuana and a 9 mm pistol.
A statement from the northwest narcotics task force says the men were arrested Thursday.
It was not immediately clear where the men are from or if they have lawyers.
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