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Winston-Salem Residents Charged With Drug Trafficking Counts In Caldwell County (Updated With More Information, 1:49 P.m., 10/8/20)
L-R: Joshua Moore, Danielle Jones, Courtesy of Caldwell County Sheriff's Office

Winston-Salem Residents Charged With Drug Trafficking Counts In Caldwell County (Updated With More Information, 1:49 p.m., 10/8/20)

41-year-old Joshua Moore and 32-year-old Danielle Monique Jones, both of Winston-Salem, were arrested Wednesday (October 7) by Lenoir Police Officers. They’re each charged with felony counts of conspire to traffic opium or heroin, trafficking in methamphetamine, and possession with intent to manufacture, sell, and deliver marijuana.

Wednesday evening, members of the Lenoir Police Department Narcotics and Traffic Units, with assistance from the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office ICE Unit executed a narcotics search warrant at a motel on Wilkesboro Boulevard. Officers learned through surveillance efforts that Moore and Jones occupied a room at a local Motel that contained a substantial amount of narcotics. Officers searched the room.

Investigators found 30.6 grams of methamphetamine, 19.6 grams of heroin, 255 grams of marijuana, .2 grams of crack cocaine, prescription medication, one firearm and $3,360 in U.S. Currency. The total value of narcotics seized according to North Carolina Drug Guidelines was $18,430.

Items Seized During Arrests Of Suspects In Lenoir Motel October 7

Both suspects were brought to the Caldwell County Detention Center where bond was set at $250,000 secured apiece. They were both scheduled to appear in District Court today (October 8).