Selma Police and U.S. Marshals Team Up for Drug Bust in Selma

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By George McDonald

Two Selma men are facing attempted murder and multiple drug charges after two week investigation ends with a major drug bust by Selma Police and U. S. Marshals.

Chief William Riley says drugs, stacks of cash and several guns along with ammunition were recovered by police.

He says the investigation that lead to the arrests stemmed from a shooting that happened at an apartment complex about two weeks ago.

"When the incident occurred the investigation lead us to where we are today, individuals involved with drugs, individuals involved with guns," he said.

Kendall Dixon and Febian Lesure are in the Dallas Co. Jail.

Dixon's bond is set at $1.5 million dollars and Lesure's bond is set at more than half a million.



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