A Pasadena man released on bail after an April arrest on a cocaine-trafficking charge was arrested again this week in a second raid on his home - accused of returning to business, county police said.
The result was a second charge of possession with intent to distribute cocaine against 52-year-old Leroy Dehn. Police said they found 62 grams of powdered cocaine - worth about $6,200 on the street - in Tuesday's raid at his home in the 700 block of 213th St.
Also seized were a small amount of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and $1,176 in cash, police said.
Dehn had been arrested on the same charge, along with his 22-year-old son Dino and 31-year-old Pamela L. Adkins, after an April 14 raid in which police reported seizing a small amount of marijuana, more than a dozen prescription tablets and 13 grams of cocaine.
Dehn was released on $250,000 bail three days later.
Police said this week's raid and arrest resulted from information provided by a confidential source.