INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis husband and wife were arrested Thursday on suspicion of dealing cocaine.
Detectives from IMPD's violent crime unit arrested Jessie Cummings, 38, and Tequilla Cummings, 26, on preliminary charges of dealing cocaine, a class "A" felony, after a three-month investigation, police said.
Police said during his arrest on the 3500 block of North Leland Avenue, Jessie Cummings attempted to eat an ounce of suspected cocaine. Police took him to Eskenazi Hospital for monitoring.
Tequilla Cummings was arrested without incident at a residence on the 1900 block of Herford Drive.
Also seized during the investigation were 21 ounces of cocaine, $80,000 in cash, three cars and one motorcycle.
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