FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Authorities in northern Arizona have arrested two students and three other young adults on charges accusing them of selling drugs out of an apartment.
Flagstaff authorities said Tuesday the suspects are accused of transporting and selling cocaine, marijuana and MDMA, a concentrated form of the drug ecstasy.
Police say a task force had been investigating one of the residents for several months.
Undercover agents say a Northern Arizona University student and a Coconino Community College student were among those trying to sell drugs to local college students.
Agents served a search warrant Monday and seized 5 ounces of cocaine, other drugs, drug paraphernalia and $5,000 in cash.
All five have been booked on various drug possession and drug paraphernalia charges.
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