Southern Pines Police Report Several Arrests
A tattoo parlor owner, an unlicensed driveway paver and a Southern Pines man have been arrested and charged recently by Southern Pines police.
No Health Inspection: A Southern Pines tattoo parlor owner has been charged with a business license violation.
Brian Dale Lowery, 34, of Raeford, and the owner of the Sinister Monkey tattoo parlor, located at 1545 U.S. 1 South, was charged with failure to obtain a health inspection permit May 6 after an investigation of the establishment by Southern Pines police investigators, according to a press release. Lowery was released on a uniformed citation, according to the release.
Sanford Man Charged: A Sanford man was arrested May 10 by Southern Pines police on several charges related to his business practices.
Tommy Edward Clack, 38, of Sanford, was charged with a business license violation, failure to give right of cancel off premise sales and no operator’s license, according to a press release.
The arrest stems from an investigation into complaints about overcharging and other business practices related to driveway paving services reported to the Southern Pines police for services taking place at E. Massachusetts Avenue and S. Valley Road, according to the release. During the investigation, it was discovered that Clack was operating without a business license and failed to give notice of a right to cancel a contract, as required by North Carolina General Statutes. The North Carolina Attorney General’s Office assisted in the investigation and is continuing the investigation through civil processes.
Clack was released under an $5,000 unsecured bond.
Drug Charges: A motor vehicle stop May 5 resulted in the arrest of a Southern Pines man on drug charges.
Daniel Lamont Jones, 30, of Southern Pines, was charged with possession with intent to sell/deliver Schedule VI controlled substance, according to a press release.
The arrest stemmed from a moter vehicle stop by Southern Pines police at the intersection of N.C. 22 and Airport Road at approximately 10 p.m. A search by a Southern Pines police K-9 unit resulted in suspected narcotics listed in the Schedule VI of controlled substances being found and seized, according to the release. The substance will be sent to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation laboratory for analysis.
Jones was placed in the Moore County Detention Center, with bail set at $10,000.
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