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Maintenance workers find 'grocery store of drugs' while cleaning South Bend apartment

A large stash of drugs, including cocaine, methamphetamine, psychedelic mushrooms and more was found in a vacant apartment near the University of Notre Dame campus.

Posted on June 5, 2014 at 8:23 a.m.

South Bend police are investigating an apartment near the University of Notre Dame campus where “a grocery store of drugs” was found.

Maintenance workers at The Foundry Apartments in the Eddy Street Commons were cleaning what they thought was a vacant apartment on Tuesday evening, June 3, when they found a large stash of drugs and drug packaging equipment, according to a report from Fox28.

The workers flagged down police, who searched the apartment and found cocaine, methamphetamine, psychedelic mushrooms, marijuana, scales, baggies, packaging equipment, pipes, bongs, lighters, and chemicals commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine, police told Fox28.

Police are searching for three men in connection with the case, including the 25-year-old renter of the apartment and two other men who had access to the apartment. The names and descriptions of the suspects have not been released, Fox28 reports.




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