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BEND, -- A 33-year-old Bend man was arrested Thursday, after a month-long investigation into cocaine distribution in the area. The Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team believes Edgar Arturo Robles-Anaya was the supplier. 

 

The investigation began in June. He was taken into custody during a Thursday traffic stop by Bend Police. Officers found user amounts of Fentanyl and Adderall on him at the time, for which he did not have a prescription. 

 

During a search of his northeast Bend apartment, Detectives say they found more Fentanyl and Adderall, and other drug-related materials within easy access of his two young children. Child Welfare was called in to help with the three- and six-year old.
 
Robles-Anaya is charged with unlawful Manufacture, Possession and Delivery of Cocaine, and Child Neglect. The District Attorney is reviewing the case and may add charges relating to the unlawful possession of Fentanyl and Adderall. 

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