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Southport man gets five years in prison for selling crack cocaine

A Southport man was sentenced in court on Tuesday to five years in prison on several drug charges.

Authorities: 37 pounds of meth found in driver’s spare tire

Law enforcement officers who pulled a driver over for a traffic violation in Mississippi say they discovered about 37 pounds of methamphetamine hidden inside a spare tire stashed in the vehicle.

Shallotte man sentenced to 10 years in prison on drug, gun charges

A Shallotte man was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison for dealing crack and using guns to facilitate his drug dealing, according to the US attorney's office for the eastern NC district.

Traffic stop in Tabor City leads to three arrests

Three people were arrested on multiple charges following a traffic stop by the Columbus County Sheriff's Office on Joe Brown Highway South in Tabor City on Friday. 

Wilmington man sentenced to 11 years for drug charges

A Wilmington man was sentenced in federal court on Thursday for drug charges.

More than 600 bags of heroin seized in New Hanover drug bust

A man is behind bars for allegedly trafficking heroin in the Wilmington area. 

Trio busted in Clarkton drug investigation

Three people have been arrested following a drug investigation in Clarkton.

CCSO: Mother, daughter busted after deputies find drugs at home

A mother and daughter are facing multiple charges after drugs were found inside their Riegelwood home earlier this month, according to the Columbus County Sheriff's Office.

Mobile meth manufacturer gets nearly 10 years in prison

A Wilmington man was sentenced in federal court to nearly 10 years in prison on numerous drug charges. 

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