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4 arrested after investigation into drug activity in Lenoir County

KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) - Four people have been arrested after officials concluded a two-month long investigation into drug activity in Lenoir County.

On Wednesday, the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit concluded a two-month long investigation with a search warrant at a residence of suspected offenders.

During the investigation, detectives made numerous controlled purchases of crystal methamphetamine from the suspects.

Deputies along with the Kinston Police Department conducted a search warrant at 5351 Highway 241 South in Pink Hill Thursday.

"This is one location that we have received numerous drug complaints and also an EMS call for a drug overdose," said Sheriff Ronnie Ingram.

The individuals were arrested on the following charges:

Jermaine A. Graham was charged with:

  • One count possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
  • One count of selling a schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of delivering a schedule II controlled substance
  • Three counts of conspiring to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance
  • Bond: $35,000

Montario R. Davis was charged with: 

  • Two counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
  • Two counts of selling a schedule II controlled substance
  • Two counts of delivering a schedule II controlled substance
  • Two counts of conspiring to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana
  • Bond: $95,000

Brooke R. Martin was charged with:

  • One count of possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
  • One count of selling a schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of delivering a schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of conspiring to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance
  • Bond: $50,000 

Lashonda S. Graham was charged with:

  • One count of possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine
  • One count of selling a schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of delivering a schedule II controlled substance
  • One count of conspiring to sell and deliver schedule II controlled substance
  • Bond: $50,000

All of the suspects were sent to the Lenoir County Sheriff's Jail.


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