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Eight arrested in Nags Head hotel bust

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Eight different suspects have been arrested after a bust at a Nags Head motel.

On Monday, September 16, 2013, the Dare County Narcotics Task Force, consisting of Dare Sheriff’s Deputies, the Nags Head Police Department, Kill Devil Hills Police Department, NC State Bureau of Investigation and NC Alcohol Law Enforcement served a Felony arrest warrant at a Nags Head motel.

This arrest warrant was drawn by Dare Sheriff’s Investigators, on the suspect in an assault that occurred on Roanoke Island September 12.  The suspect was also involved in an ongoing DCNTF narcotics investigation.  He is believed to be a Blood gang member as well. 

Subsequent to that arrest, Investigators were also able to arrest an additional seven persons for various narcotics violations and outstanding arrest warrants.  These arrests stem from a narcotics sales operation being run from a motel room.

Sheriff J.D. “Doug” Doughtie made the following statement in a release:

“This is an example of the type of working relationship we have developed with the local Police Departments and State law enforcement agencies in our county.  Teamwork here has resulted in the arrest of a dangerous suspect, and the disruption of a major drug dealing operation.” 

Additional charges on several of the suspects are expected.  The names of the suspects, and their charges are found below.

Suspect #1:         LOGAN, Marcus Antonio, 26, Tyner, NC

Charges:              Assault with a Deadly Weapon the Intent to Kill

                              Possession with the Intent to Manufacture, Sell or Deliver Heroin

                              Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $255,000 bond

Suspect #2:         O’NEAL, Jessica Lea, 33, Currituck, NC

Charges:              Conspire to Sell or Deliver Heroin

                               Possession to Manufacture, Sell or Deliver Heroin

                               Possession with the Intent to Manufacture, Sell or Deliver Cocaine

                               Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $5,000 bond

Suspect #3:         MIDGETT, Shelby Tyler, 28, Rodanthe

Charge:                 Outstanding Warrant for Felony Probation Violation

                               Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $5,500 bond

Suspect #4:         JENKINS, Samuel Lavelle, 26,  Roanoke Island

                              Outstanding Warrant for Conspiracy to Traffick Heroin

                              Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $25,000 bond

Suspect #5:         MOORE, Issac Stewart, 21, Roanoke Island

Charge:                Outstanding Warrants for Obtaining Property by False Pretense (5 Counts)

                               ommitted to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $7,500 bond

Suspect #6:         DOUGH, Robert Tedrick, Wanchese

Charge:                Conspire to Sell or Deliver Heroin

Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of  $7,000 bond

   

Suspect #7:         ROBBINS, Adrienne Nicole, 33, Wanchese

Charge:                 Conspire to Sell or Deliver Heroin

                                Committed to the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $50,000 bond

Suspect #8:         McCARTER, Ashley Mae, 22, Roanoke Island

Charge:                 Conspire to Sell or Deliver Heroin

                                Released on $2,500 bond

     
             
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