Husband and wife, homeowner, face heroin charges | Crime
SALISBURY - Three people, including a husband and wife, have been jailed on drug charges following a raid by deputies and police at a home on Old Concord Road on Monday.
The Rowan Sheriff's Office, with help from Salisbury Police, executed a search warrant at 7905 Old Concord Road. Investigators say they found heroin and drug paraphernalia in the house.
Christopher Ray Eudy, 34, and his wife, Emily Mullis Eudy, 29, were charged with possession with the intent to sell or deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Christopher Eudy also received an additional charge for selling heroin and possession with the intent to sell from a case in June. Both husband and wife were out on bond for other drug offenses at the time of the arrest on Monday. Both had been charged with trafficking heroin in a case that dates back to November 18, 2010, when deputies discovered 81 balloons containing over four grams of heroin at a house located at 213 W. Fork Street in Salisbury.
Christopher Eudy also has pending felony charges for heroin possession for a 2009 case, possession with the intent to sell and deliver in October, 2010, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, also from October 2010. Eudy was convicted of felony possession of stolen goods in march of 1999 in Cabarrus County, and trafficking opium in Cabarrus County in 2002.
On Monday, the homeowner, Kyle Flowers, 65, was also arrested. Flowers was charged with maintaining a dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Christopher Eudy was placed in the Rowan Detention Center under $100,000 bond. His wife, Emily Mullis Eudy had bond set at $75,000, while Flowers bond is $10,000.