Former IU employee facing charges for drug dealing, possession
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– Indiana University police say a former employee of the school was arrested this week on several drug charges.
On Tuesday, police served a search warrant in connection with an investigation that began in mid-October regarding dealing marijuana, Psilocybin mushrooms, Vyvanse and Xanax.
Officers made several drug purchases from Dylan G. Maulden.
During a search of Maulden’s apartment on South Adams Street, police found 369 grams of marijuana, 17 Xanax tablets, two grams of cocaine, 2.1 grams of mushrooms, 153 grams of THC edibles, 27 grams of spice, several Vyvanse tablets and various drug paraphernalia items.
Maulden faces the following charges:
- Dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance (Level 5 Felony)
- Dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance (Level 6 Felony)
- Dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance (Level 6 Felony) – 2 counts
- Dealing in a Schedule IV controlled substance (Level 6 Felony) – 2 counts
- Possession of cocaine (Level 6 Felony)
- Maintaining a common nuisance (Level 6 Felony)
- Dealing in marijuana (Level 6 Felony)
- Dealing in marijuana (A Misdemeanor)
- Possession of a controlled substance (A Misdemeanor) – 8 counts
- Possession of marijuana (B Misdemeanor) – 4 counts
- Possession of paraphernalia (C Misdemeanor)
CBS4 reached out to IU for a statement. Police did not say what position Maulden previously held at the school.