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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A southern Indiana man is accused of buying drugs online and reselling them on the street.
Police say Christopher Collard of Clarksville used the Internet to order the drugs from India and China. He now faces numerous drug possession and dealing charges.
Investigators in Clarksville say they found more than 250 generic xanax pills and about $500 in cash in his home. Police were tipped off by U.S. Postal inspectors.
Police say they're trying to track down the people Collard may have sold the drugs to, say there may be more arrests in this case.
"He was able to get this stuff from other countries, readily pretty easily and being able to, you know, go back out and mail all through the mail to the other contacts," said Detective Joel DeMoss with the Clarksville Police Department.
Detectives say they are concerned about the potency of the pills since they are not regulated by the FDA.