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Tuesday, 17 February 2009

Carlos M. Mansilla, 36, and Michelle Kipp, 40, are charged with multiple felonies.

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After a three month investigation, police searched a home in Knox Village Apartments and found more than 15 ounces of cocaine, as well as pills, cash and weapons. The residents, Carlos M. Mansilla, 36, and Michelle Kipp, 40, are charged with multiple felonies.Police arrested two people Friday in connection with what may be the department's largest ever cocaine seizure.Police estimated the street value of the drugs at about $30,000 and said they believed the amount was about a two-week supply for area customers. In addition to the cocaine, there were about 350 OxyContin pills, 250 ecstasy pills, 13 bottles of methadone and more than 18 grams of marijuana.The department is still pursuing several leads related this bust, including burglaries and thefts they suspect were committed by youth in order to purchase drugs from the couple. Mansilla and Kipp were arraigned before the town judge and remanded to Orange County Jail without bail.

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