SAN ANGELO, TX -- The Tom Green County Grand Jury has indicted a man who was allegedly dealing Cocaine, Molly, and THC.
According to the Indictment, the Grand Jurors of Tom Green County indicted Michael Orozco, 22, for knowingly possessing with the intent to deliver THC products, Cocaine, and methylenedioxy methamphetamine or MDMA.
The indictment came after the SAPD's Narcotics Division served a search warrant at Orozco's home.
As previously reported on April 4, detectives with the Streets Crime Division with the SAPD received a search warrant from Justice of the Peace Eddie Howard to search a residence at the 2400 block of Junius for possible drugs.
Police then went inside the house and found Orozco. They also found a large quantity of cocaine, suspected psilocybin mushrooms, suspected ecstasy, marijuana, a large quantity of THC wax and liquid, two firearms, narcotic distribution paraphernalia, and approximately $6,000.00 in U.S. currency.
He was booked into the Tom Green County Jail on April 4 and was released on a $100,000 bond.
After his indictment came out, Orozco reported to jail on October 16 and was released three hours later.