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Andres Velasco, 19, was arrested by York County drug agents May 19 in the parking lot of a convenience store with two kilograms of cocaine, attorneys said in court Monday. He lives in Charlotte, where he moved from California, attorneys said Monday. Velasco, who was a target of the federal Department of Homeland Security and the Drug Enforcement Agency, asked to have his $200,000 bond reduced.
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