2 accused of selling $140K worth of cocaine to officers in Porter

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Gregory Ray Mendoza, 25, is charged with a first degree felony after a narcotics sting in Porter.</span></div>
Two men have been arrested after narcotics investigators in Montgomery County discovered nearly $140,000 worth of cocaine in their possession.

Gregory Ray Mendoza, 25, and Michael James Garza, 26, are now charged with a first degree felony for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.

Investigators say at around 7:30pm, undercover members in a narcotics sting were able to purchase five kilos of cocaine from both men in Porter.

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Two men accused of selling $140k worth of cocaine to officers in Porter



Deputies found 11.66 pounds of cocaine in five brick vacuum-sealed bundles contained inside a horse feed bag.

Investigators say the illegal narcotics were set to be distributed to area neighborhoods.
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