MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Police in West Virginia say they have identified another source of suspected heroin-laced vaping solutions that sickened two high school students.

Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston on Thursday said an ongoing investigation of the overdoses has led to charges against 23-year-old Tristan Clay Anderson.

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Authorities say officers pulled Anderson over Wednesday night and found more than two pounds of marijuana in his car. Officers then served a search warrant at his home and found 25 more pounds of marijuana, over 70 bottles of concentrated THC oils and more than 300 vaping cartridges.

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Anderson has been charged with possession with the intent to sell. A court clerk says he has not yet hired a lawyer.

Police last week said they also identified an underage high school student as a suspect.

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