Two men and one woman have been arrested after what police claim was a three-county drug investigation in North Carolina. The accused are now facing drug charges, with the allegations stemming in part from surveillance of one of the individuals. The other two were charged with drug-related crimes after police followed the man who was under surveillance to a house in Salisbury.
Police in Gaston County are claiming that a high school teacher gave prescription anti-anxiety pills to a student. As the pills are a controlled substance, the teacher is now facing multiple drug charges. However, she has no prior criminal record in North Carolina.
A husband and wife living in Iredell County are now facing criminal allegations of drug possession and drug trafficking. Iredell County police arrested the couple in late February after police searched their residence. The drug charges they are facing are serious felonies under North Carolina law.