Two men remained in the Brazos County Jail on Tuesday evening after accusations the two were dealing prescription drugs out of a College Station apartment, officials said.

According to College Station police, authorities were suspicious of potential drug activity at a complex in the 1300 block of Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Police served a search warrant on the home Monday and spoke with Abrao Firmino Puati, 21, and Yassine Mohamed Abdall Khalil, 18, who admitted drugs would be found in their bedrooms, a report notes. Puati told police he sold the drugs, but Khalil said he was not the owner of the pills in his room, authorities said.

In Puati’s room, police said they found 50 Ecstasy tablets, 50 Xanax pills, 142 Adderall pills and an undisclosed amount of oxycodone. He also had a digital scale with marijuana residue, a report notes. In Khalil’s room, police say they found Xanax.

Puati is charged with two first-degree felony drug counts, both punishable by up to 99 years in prison and $10,000 in fines, and one count of delivery of Xanax, a state jail felony punishable by up to two years in a state jail. He is being held on $29,000 bond.

Khalil is charged with delivery of Xanax. He is also being held on a Harris County warrant on an aggravated robbery charge. His bond is set at $5,000

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