Union Man Faces Drug Charges Connected With July Sales

Daniel Prince

Caleb Kyle Revis faces three charges in two separate incidents

A Union man faces drug charges in connection with an incident that took place in late July. 25-year-old Caleb Kyle Revis is charged with distribution of a Schedule 2 narcotic. He is accused of selling a blue pill identified as Oxycodone to an undercover operative in exchange for recorded government funds. He faces another count of distribution of a Schedule 2 narcotic, as he is accused of selling a quantity of fake roxy pills to an undercover operative of the sheriff’s office in exchange for recorded government funds. The fake roxys contain fentanyl. Revis faces an additional charge of distribution of a Schedule 2 narcotic within proximity of a school. The fake roxy sale took place on South Mountain Street, which is within ½ mile of the USC Union campus.

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