OAKLAND -- Five Contra Costa County residents face drug charges after they were found in possession of methamphetamine and cocaine, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

Oakley resident Oscar Gaxiloa-Vicencio, 41, Antioch resident Rafael Verduzco-Perez, 38, Concord resident Jesus Campos-Zaragoza, 36 and Pittsburg resident Jorge Gonzalez-Herrera, 47, were indicted Oct. 16, according to court records.

The four were charged with one or multiple counts of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine in their possession as well as actually selling the drugs since mid-February, according to court records. Authorities did not say where the methamphetamine and cocaine ended up being sold.

Brentwood resident Moises Soltero-Pelayo, 25, is currently incarcerated but was also charged under the same indictment.

A follow-up court date for the men was not available.

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