Two people were arrested after authorities searched a Lebanon apartment and found crack cocaine and synthetic marijuana, according to the Lebanon County Drug Task Force.
Officials searched the home of Krystal Figueroa at 930 Cumberland
Street on Tuesday and seized a plastic sandwich bag containing 13 individual bags containing suspected crack cocaine, synthetic marijuana, cigar wraps and three cellular telephones, a news release stated.
Figueroa, 25, and Joshua Anthony Dejesus, 22, of Temple, who was also in the apartment, were each charged with possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine, possession of a designer drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and four counts of criminal conspiracy.
Dejesus was additionally charged for delivering crack cocaine to a police informant in September, the release stated.
Figueroa was sent to the Lebanon County Prison on $50,000 bail and DeJesus was ordered held on $75,000 bail.