Indiana man facing charges after police say he mistakenly texted drug offer to prosecutor

MARTINSVILLE, Ind -- An Indiana man was arrested after mistakenly sending text messages about drugs he was trying to sell to a prosecutor, police said. "The Herald-Times of Bloomington reports that the 26-year-old Martinsville man sent messages last month to deputy prosecutor Courtney Swank on her department-issued cell phone," the Star Tribune said. "Police tell the newspaper the wording refers to oxycodone and other prescription drugs," the LA Times said.

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