A Salisbury man accused of drugs after being arrested by investigators in the sheriff’s office in Rouen district
Wesley Tyler McKehan, 33, block 6200 Grandeur Drive, is charged with eight murders.
Three human and heroin trafficking sites and a list of controlled substances.
Captain John Seaford said his arrest was the result of an accident. Special Investigation and Reduction Unit of the Ministry of
McCain responded to the 130 cheap houses on Julian Street where he lived.
During the study, McKihan sold drugs and manufactured goods in the United States.
He said he was thrown into a dark net. The researchers believe this may require software, configuration and more.
Right to permission
McKihan had 9 grams of heroin, 43E, 55% MDMA, 16 doses of LSD, four grams.
Methamphetamine, 10 grams of white and 25 grams of gold
Investigators abducted 8,850 people from a hotel room.
It was released by a 75,000-strong security firm from the Rowan County Research Center.