Several charged in Asheville drug investigation – WSPA 7News

27August 2020

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WSPA)– Police have apprehended several individuals on drug and firearm charges after an examination in Asheville.

On August 26, the Asheville Authorities Department was conducting an investigation on Cordova Street. Officers took a big amount of narcotics, firearms, and drug paraphernalia, and charged 7 individuals.

The Buncombe County Constable’s Office likewise helped in this examination.

Cops were asking for the public’s support in finding seventh suspect Aaron Israel Meadows, however he has actually because turned himself in.

Meadows had open warrants for felony keeping a house for controlled substance, felony possession of heroin, and simple possession of a schedule IV (Oxycodone).

Taken:

  • 510 grams of methamphetamine
  • .25 quality pistol
  • Taurus 9mm
  • SCCY 9 mm
  • .308 rifle
  • $3,003 US Currency

Agustin Miranda-Santos (36 ), of Asheville

  • Warrant served trafficking in methamphetamine (6 counts)
  • Warrant served for sell/deliver methamphetamine (2 counts)
  • Warrant served for possession with intent to manufacture/sell/distribute within 1000 of school or park (2 counts)
  • Level 3 trafficking in methamphetamine
  • Possession with intent to manufacture/sell/distribute methamphetamine within 1000 ft of a school or park
  • Felony possession of heroin
  • Felony belongings of methamphetamine
  • Ownership of drug stuff

Stephanie Meadows (27 ), of Asheville

  • Level 3 trafficking methamphetamine
  • Felony possession of methamphetamine
  • Felony ownership of heroin
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia

Tana Spears (25 ), of Asheville

  • Basic Belongings of schedule IV (Oxycodone)
  • Felony Possession of heroin
  • Ownership of drug stuff

Heather Felkel (24 ), of Asheville

  • Felony Belongings of Heroin
  • Ownership of Drug Stuff

Jennifer Letterman (35 ), of Canton

  • Warrant served for felony get residential or commercial property by incorrect pretense

Daryl Johnson (31 ), of Weaverville

  • Warrant served for civil non-support

Considering that January 1, 2020 the Asheville Authorities Department has responded to 446 calls for service concerning a gun discharge or individual suffering from a gunshot wound, according to cops. In addition, throughout the very same period 30 individuals have been hurt, or passed away, as an outcome of a gunshot in the City of Asheville.Source: wspa.com

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