Local Businessman Admits to Using, Dealing Meth

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COLLEGE STATION - Local businessman Christos Dallis told officers Friday that he has been using and dealing meth. He was arrested after officers executed a search warrant.

According to the arrest report, officers with Bryan and College Station police departments executed a search warrant Friday morning in the 100 block of Church Avenue. When officers showed up, Dallis walked them through the apartment and showed them where the drugs were. That's when he reportedly told them he was using and dealing methamphetamine. He also admitted that the drugs belonged to him.

Officers did a thorough search of the apartment. 1.4 grams of meth and 46.7 grams of marijuana were found. In addition to the drugs, scales, pipes and baggies were found inside. Officers believe that Dallis was selling drugs.

His apartment is 520 feet from Texas A&M University. Dallis was arrested and charged with Manufacturing and Delivery of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone and Possession of Marijuana. He was also arrested on a Manufacturing and Delivery charge out of Hill County. He spent Friday night in jail and posted bond Saturday morning.

According to his LinkedIn account, Dallis is General Manager at Eccell Group/Daisy Dukes. Eccell Group owns La Bodega and Cafe Eccell, which closed March 8 after a bitter and public feud with the city and the developers who purchased the property.