NEW: Florida men accused of selling ‘door buster array’ of drugs


Two Palm Beach County men were jailed by authorities in Martin County Thursday after they allegedly sold drugs to undercover detectives.

Alexus Johnson, 23, and Ronald Nelson, 21, traveled north to sell a “door buster array” of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and hydrocodone, the Martin County County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.

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The undercover detectives seized drugs, $3,800 in cash and a Dodge Challenger. Johnson faces charges of selling cocaine within 1,000 feet of a park or school, possession of heroin and possession of hydrocodone.

He was being held at the Martin County Friday in lieu of $170,000 bail.

Nelson faces a charge of selling cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school or park. He was being held at the jail Friday in lieu of $105,000.

Palm Beach County jail records indicate both Johnson and Nelson recently lived in the West Palm Beach area.

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