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Warrant issued for man who sold crack
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MONROE - A warrant was filed Monday for the arrest of a Monroe man who reportedly sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer on three occasions in 2016.

Trever Logan Martin, 23, is wanted for three Class F felony counts of delivering cocaine after an anonymous source bought more than 7 grams of crack cocaine from him in late October and early November of 2016.

According to a police report, an officer of the Stateline Area Narcotics Team deputized an anonymous source to purchase 1.3 grams of crack cocaine for $150 from Martin on Oct. 17, 2016. The purchase took place in the 900 block of 20th Avenue.

On Oct. 25, Martin sold 2.1 grams of crack cocaine to the same buyer in the same location for $240. Martin's final sale to the anonymous buyer took place on Nov. 8, when he sold 3.7 grams for $300.

The sale location was within 1,000 feet of East School Park, according to the police report.

Martin currently faces unresolved charges in an unrelated case involving cocaine from late November of last year.

Martin has not yet been arrested. His maximum possible sentence is 22.5 years in prison.