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BEND, OR -- A 19-year-old Bend man was arrested this week, accused of selling drugs to local high school students. Bend Police say they began investigating Dylan Ricker a couple of weeks ago, after receiving tips that he was supplying kids with cocaine and other drugs. The drug deals were allegedly conducted off campus, but sometimes within 1,000' of a school. 


Police conducted several days of surveillance; then, on Tuesday, they say they saw Ricker stop at two schools at lunch and pick up one student, each time. They pulled him over for a traffic violation, and searched his car. Inside, investigators say they found cocaine packaged for individual sale, meth, ecstasy, Xanax and over $4,000 in cash. 

 

Ricker was arrested on numerous drug charges:

* Possession of Cocaine

* Delivery of Cocaine

* Manufacture of Cocaine

* Possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Substance (Xanax)

* Possession of Methamphetamine

* Possession of MDMA

* Delivery of Cocaine to a Minor

* Delivery of Schedule IV Controlled Substance to a Minor

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