Police: Austin man faces 23 drug-related charges

An Austin area man has been arrested after police found a large number of various drugs at his residence. 

At approximately 5:45 a.m on June 10, officers with the Pflugerville Police Department executed a narcotics search warrant at a residence in Pflugerville after an informant purchased narcotics from the target in the residence. 

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Officers executing the warrant found 20-year-old Logan Lovelady along with three other females and two children inside the residence. Officers on scene spoke to Lovelady who stated that he "knew he was going to jail and that he had some pills and cocaine in his bedroom." 

After conducting a search of the residence, police found Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Heroin, LSD, THC products, and a numerous amount of pills ranging from Adderall to Viagra. 

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Police say the items were seized and later transported to the Pflugerville Justice Center where it was weighed and photographed. 

Police also state that $1,646 was located in Lovelady's room, including a stack of $20 bills from Pflugerville prerecorded currency from the prior narcotics purchase. 

Lovelady now faces 23-drug-related counts as well as a bond which has been set at over $500,000.