A man in Salbbury is facing a drunken charge after being arrested by the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.
Wesley Tyler McKihan, 36, of Grandride Drive Block 6200, was sold Tuesday.
The three offenses of selling and distributing heroin or opium, type II controlled item.
Captain John Seaford said his arrest was baseless. An Outstanding University for the Evaluation and Reduction of Police Crimes
McKean responded to the lowest price at 1905 Julian Street, where he lives.
According to researchers, McKihan bought and sold drugs and products shipped to the United States through the region.
He is charged with possession of drugs on a Black Website. Researchers say it requires specialized software, programs, and more
Power is available.
McGeehan contains one gram of heroin, 43 grams of pleasure, 55 grams of MDMA, 16 grams of LSD and four grams.
Methamphetamine, 10 g of oxodone and 25 g of amphetamine.
In a hotel room, investigators detained 8,850 people.
He was released with 75.75,000 security guards from the Detective Rowan Center.