Man Charged With Selling Cocaine to Undercover Officer
The man was on probation on a drug-related charge in Jefferson County, according to court documents.
A St. Louis County man sold cocaine three times to an undercover officer in St. Peters, according to a St. Charles County Drug Task Force report.
Daniel Flores, 22, of the 10400 block of Boylston Court in Overland, was charged Monday with three counts of distributing a controlled substance.
A Drug Task Force detective reported that Flores sold him cocaine on Feb. 22 and Feb. 29 at 3889 Mexico Road in St. Peters. On March 28, the detective arranged to have Flores sell him cocaine near Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital.
When Flores arrived, a St. Peters police officer arrested him and found cocaine in his car, according to the report.
Police said that after being released from jail, Flores told his boss he is moving back to Mexico. A warrant was issued for his arrest Monday.
Bail was set at $35,000. Flores was on probation for unlawful use of drug paraphernalia in Jefferson County, according to court documents.
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