GREELEY, Colorado (CBS4) – Greeley Police arrested a 26-year-old man for selling large quantities of illegal drugs in the area. They say they received information about Andrew Durdy in June 2021.
A month later, undercover investigators began buying the narcotics from Durdy. The investigation lasted about three months. Officials say Durdy sold them methamphetamine and fake “M-30” pills containing fentanyl.
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In late September, the Weld County Drug Task Force served a search warrant on Durdy’s home and seized the following:
- 14 grams of suspected heroin
- about 120 fake M-30 pills containing fentanyl
- 1.5 lbs of suspected marijuana
- 1.3 grams of alleged fentanyl potency
- LSD and MDMA suspected
- five guns
While Durdy was arrested and jailed, he was released after posting bail on December 9.
Weld County law enforcement then re-arrested Durdy on March 2 on six outstanding warrants related to previous drug distribution charges. That day, authorities say they found 470 more of the same M-30 pills.
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