A California college student has been indicted for allegedly creating a phone app through which he sold drugs, officials said. Collin Howard, 18, was arrested on federal drug charges Friday after a grand jury indicted him on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California said in a news release.

A freshman at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Howard allegedly created an app called “Banana Plug,” which was available on the Apple App Store alongside the motto, “We Have What You Want.”

Through the app, the student offered to sell cocaine, “Molly” and “Shrooms,” and also offered customers special requests, prosecutors said.