The All Crimes Enforcement Team has arrested three people for alleged distribution of narcotics, including a Moffat County employee who allegedly sold while on duty, the task force reported this afternoon.
The following people were arrested:
• Cody Jones, 19, on suspicion of unlawful distribution of a schedule 2 controlled substance - cocaine - a class 3 felony.
• Travis Johnson, 19, on suspicion of unlawful distribution of a schedule 2 substance - Cocaine - a class 3 felony.
Jones and Johnson were arrested Tuesday.
• Carla Roloff, 57, on suspicion of unlawful distribution of a schedule 2 controlled substance - methamphetamine - a class 3 felony.
Roloff, a Dinosaur resident, is a Moffat County Department of Social Services employee. She was arrested this morning in Dinosaur.
ACET reported that the charge against Roloff stems from "one of several undercover purchases of methamphetamine."
The task force also alleges that one of the purchases occurred at the Social Services' office in Dinosaur while Roloff was on duty.
The incidents alleged against the three suspects are unrelated, ACET reported.
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