Tips from public lead to drug charges for three | Crime
SALISBURY - The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office says tips from the public helped lead to the arrest of three individuals on assorted drug violations related to ongoing narcotics investigations.
On October 18, Larry Scott Barnhardt, age 41, of 505 Spring Garden Avenue in Kannapolis, was arrested for one count each of trafficking opium, felony possession of opium and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest resulted from a search of his residence. Barnhardt was placed under a $10,000 secured bond.
On October 2, Brenda Keeter Moore, age 51, of 3018 Raymond Avenue in Salisbury, was arrested for one count each of possess with intent to sell/deliver marijuana, maintaining a dwelling and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest resulted from the search of Moore’s residence and a second residence on Longs Ferry Road. Moore was placed under a $1,000 secured bond.
On October 26, Stacy Glenn Beaver, age 43, of 339 Allman Farm Road in Kannapolis, was arrested for one count each of sell/deliver a counterfeit controlled substance, possess with intent to sell/deliver a counterfeit controlled substance, maintaining a dwelling, sell/deliver heroin and possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin. The arrested resulted from undercover purchases by law enforcement officers. Beaver was placed under a $10,000 secured bond.
Information provided by the public was crucial to the investigations and the sheriff’s office encourages anyone with information related to illegal drug trafficking to contact the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office at (704) 216-8700.
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