Two arrested after police find crack cocaine and synthetic marijuana

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From Left: Krystal Figueroa and Joshua DeJesus

A Lebanon woman and a Berks County man are facing multiple drug charges after police searched their apartment and found crack cocaine and synthetic marijuana.

Police charged Krystal Figueroa, 25, of Lebanon and Joshua DeJesus, 22, of Temple with possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine, possession of a designer drug, and four counts of criminal conspiracy.

On Tuesday, the Lebanon County Drug Task Force searched the apartment of Figueroa located at  930 Cumberland Street, and found a clear plastic bag containing 13 individually knotted off clear plastic bags containing suspected crack cocaine, synthetic marijuana, cigar wraps and 3 cell phones.

DeJesus was also charged with delivery of crack cocaine and criminal use of a communication facility in connection with a delivery to a police informant which occurred on September 5, 2013 in the 1000 block of Walton Street in Lebanon police said.

Both are currently in Lebanon County Prison, Figueroa on $50,000 bail and DeJesus on $75,000 bail.