Two Bladen County men arrested on drug chargesbladenonline 04/10/2018 0 COMMENTS
Two Bladen County men were arrested last week on several drug charges following a monthlong undercover operation, Sheriff James McVicker said Tuesday.
“Our Narcotics unit just completed an operation where controlled buys of narcotics from two different locations in the county has removed two drug dealers from the streets,” McVicker said.
Houston Junius Smith, 26, of McLeod Street in Elizabethtown, was charged with selling and delivering cocaine, possession with intent tto manufacture, sell and deliver cocaine, manufacture cocaine, possession cocaine, and maintaining a dwelling for keeping and selling cocaine. Smith was held under a $100,000 secured bond.
William Dean Graeser, 53, of Sunset Park Road in Bladenboro was charged with selling and delivering marijuana, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver marijuana, manufacture marijuana, and maintaining a dwelling for keeping and selling marijuana. Graeser was held under a $20,000 secured bond.
“Both of these arrests were the direct result of citizen complaints,” McVicker said. “When we get information about the sale of illegal narcotics in our communities we do our best to act on them and shut the dealers down. We welcome help from the communities and our citizens.”Share: