A man from A Bristol, Tennessee will face two felony drug charges after being indicted Tuesday by a Sullivan County grand jury.
Marco Mendoza age 29 was indicted on one count of possession of more than 26 grams of cocaine for resale or delivery and a count of maintaining a dwelling where illegal narcotics are used or sold. He was also indicted on one charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
The biggest punishment coming to him is not from owning narcotics, rather from intending to sell said narcotics. Now before anybody rushes to his defense and says that the 27 grams of coke was all for him, let me explain. The cocaine was stored in several baggies, and they were all next to a digital scale. I am sorry guys but to me that clearly shows intent to sell, and deserves a greater punishment than habitual drug use.