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ELIZABETHTOWN, NC (WWAY) – A traffic stop helped police make two drug arrests in Elizabethtown Friday. Police said an officer pulled over a car for a registration violation near Broad Street and Airport Road around 10 p.m. During the stop, the officer noticed evidence inside of the car of narcotics use. As they searched the car, officers said they found a crack pipe, syringes, razor blades, digital scales, an empty pill container, and several clear plastic baggies. Officers also said they discovered a pill box behind the CD player insert. Inside that pill box was 18 bundles of heroin, 7.4 grams of crack cocaine, five baggies of powder cocaine, and 11 Opium based pills. They arrested two people from Fayetteville. Both 31-year-old Jason Terrell Williams and 32-year-old Rebecca Vance Smith, faces several drug charges and are in the Bladen County jail.

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