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Brunswick Co. man accused of selling marijuana to young teens

A Leland man sits in jail under a $200,000 bond, accusing of selling marijuana to teens as young as 13.

New Hanover County man sentenced to prison for meth charges

A New Hanover man was sentenced to up to 9.5 years in prison for charges related to methamphetamine manufacturing.

Police: Man busted for selling morphine tablets

The Leland Police Department arrested a man they say was trafficking morphine.

BCSO makes multiple drug arrests

video The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office arrested seven people in connection with drug charges there involving heroin, cocaine, molly, and marijuana over the past week.

Police make big drug bust

videoAfter months of investigating, Wilmington Police have arrested four men in connection with a major drug bust. Police seized more than 4-thousand bindles of heroin and more than 300 grams of marijuana.

Two men arrested, accused of manufacturing meth

videoTwo men were arrested and charged for manufacturing meth.

Meth operation busted in Brunswick County

After getting a tip, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Vice-Narcotics Unit arrested four people for making meth at 8987 Black Chestnut Drive in Leland Sunday.

Tip from one county to another leads to drug bust

videoPlans to distribute eleven pounds of marijuana went up in flames after a drug bust Thursday. The Columbus County Sheriff's Office detectives arrested Darriel Scott of Tabor City.

Man who led police on foot chase faces trespassing, trafficking charges

videoA man who police say led officers on a foot chase when trespassing in a Wilmington housing complex also faces several drug charges. Brandon Wilson is charged with second degree trespassing, possession of heroin within 1000 feet of a school, trafficking heroin, maintaining a vehicle for distribution of heroin, and resisting arrest.

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