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2 NY residents arrested for selling drugs to uncover officers

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WALLINGFORD, CT (WFSB) -

Two New York residents were arrested after police said they sold drugs to uncover officers Friday night in the parking lot of the Oakdale theater in Wallingford.

Judith Grasso, 50, and David Kayne, 41, both of Olivebridge, were arrested MDMA, which is a form of Ecstasy pills, to a police informant before the "Dark Star Orchestra" concert.

During the arrest, officers seized 3.4 ounces of MDMA packaged for sale in mini zip bags, 114 LSD tabs, 35 chocolate covered Psilocybin Mushrooms and $7,935.00. According to police, the street value of the drugs confiscated is $13,000.

Kayne was charged with illegal sale of hallucinogens,  possession of hallucinogens with intent to sell, conspiracy to possess hallucinogens with intent to sell, possession of hallucinogens, conspiracy to possess hallucinogens, operation of a drug factory, conspiracy to operation of a drug factory and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being on a $150,000 bond.

Grasso was charged with conspiracy to illegal sale of hallucinogens, possession of hallucinogens with intent to sell, conspiracy to possess hallucinogens with intent to sell, possession of hallucinogens, conspiracy to possess hallucinogens, operation of a drug factory, conspiracy to operation of a drug factory and possession of drug paraphernalia. She is being on a $100,000 bond.

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