Camby man arrested after making cold-calls for cocaine sales

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WHITE RIVER TOWNSHIP, Ind.—A Camby man was arrested at a Speedway convenience store in White River Township after he had allegedly been offering cocaine to customers for purchase. According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department, 49-year-old William Bishop Jr. was making the cold calls from his truck when officers arrived. Upon a search of his vehicle, officers reportedly found a pill bottle containing two baggies of cocaine in a lunchbox. Bishop was taken to Johnson County Jail on a cocaine possession charge.

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