LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette man has a few felony charges on his plate after police said they caught him selling controlled substances.
According to Tippecanoe County Court documents, a police informant told the West Lafayette Police Department that a man named Cory was selling his prescribed Suboxone medication.
Police had the informant line up multiple meetings with "Cory" to purchase the medication.
The informant was fitted with a body wire transmitter and provided with a set amount of cash by police and met with "Cory" at his home on the 3100 block of Fairwood Drive in Lafayette.
The informant completed the transactions each time and brought back Suboxone strips to investigators. Police showed a photo of a suspect to the informant, who confirmed he was the same "Cory" he had just purchased the medication from.
Police arrested 28-year-old Cory Allen Smith on two charges of dealing in a schedule-III controlled substance, a Class B felony. He was also charged with maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony.
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