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The 47th District attorney's office filed charges Tuesday against an Amarillo man accused of having a variety of illegal drugs in his home.
The district attorney's office Tuesday filed three counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and another charge of possession with intent to manufacture and deliver a controlled substance against Jason David McCain, 23, of Amarillo.
The complaints allege that after police executed a search warrant on McCain's apartment Saturday morning, they found a half-pound of Psilocybin mushrooms, 2 grams of methamphetamines, 199 grams of cocaine and 220 grams of Ecstasy.
According to the complaint, McCain reportedly provided Amarillo officers with a written statement saying the drugs were his.
McCain's girlfriend also provided a statement alleging that he had been selling drugs from the apartment, the complaint said.
McCain was in Potter County Detention Center late Wednesday in lieu of $705,000 in bonds.