Havelock man faces drug trafficking charges after cocaine, LSD, marijuana, found in home

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A man was arrested and charged for allegedly trafficking cocaine, LSD, ecstasy and marijuana, after an investigation in Craven County.

On Thursday, Craven County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about a man with a rifle who had possibly assaulted someone at 124 Great Oak Court in Havelock.

Responding deputies interviewed people who lived at the home, who all denied an assault happened.

Inside the home, deputies found drug paraphernalia and executed a warrant to search the home.

During that search, deputies found 28 grams of cocaine, ecstasy, and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), 5 pounds of marijuana, and edible marijuana food.

Deputies arrested 29-year-old Bradley Alexander Adams, of 124 Great Oak Court Havelock, NC, and charged him with numerous felony drug trafficking charges.

Adams is being held in the Craven County Jail under a $1 million bond.

Investigators say additional charges against Adams are pending.

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