Search of S.P. Apartment Leads to Three Arrests
Police officers executing two search warrants last Friday at Brookside Apartments in Southern Pines arrested three people and seized weapons, cocaine and marijuana.
Jahmel Joshua Ross, 18, Chaunteaus Danielle Walls, 23, and Tyrone Marquis Daniels, 22, were arrested after the searches conducted by officers with the Southern Pines Police Department and Moore County Sheriff’s Office, according to a press release.
The arrests were a result of an undercover operation that was on-going for at least a month, said Lt. Rodney Hardy of the Southern Pines police.
Hardy said the search resulted in the seizure of quantities of weapons and marijuana and cocaine.
"When you have that amount of weapons and narcotics on the street it makes it an unsafe environment for everyone," he said. All three suspects lived in the same apartment in Brookside.
Ros was charged with possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine and marijuana, felony possession of cocaine and marijuana, carry concealed weapon, possession of weapon of mass destruction and possession of weapon with altered serial number. He was jailed, with bail set at $150,000.
Walls was charged with alter/destroy/remove identification marks, manufacture/possess weapon of mass destruction and maintain dwelling/vehicle for controlled substances. He was jailed, with bail set at $25,000.
Daniels was charged with alter/destroy/remove identification marks, manufacture/possess weapon of mass destruction, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver controlled substance Schedule II and possession of a controlled substance Schedule II. He was jailed, with bail set at $75,000.
The weapon of mass destruction charge is a result of officers finding a sawed off or altered weapon, said Hardy.
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