Illegal Alien Busted With More Than A Pound Of Meth In North Carolina

DOBSON, NC (The Mount Airy News) – A Dobson woman has received a $3.2 million bond and her boyfriend a $2 million bond after a recent drug raid.

The Surry County Sheriff’s Office wasn’t sure if that was a record for highest local bond, but it is at least the largest in the past few years.

The Sheriff’s Office tactical team led a raid at 158 Gatehouse Lane, in the Jenkinstown community south of Dobson.

The resident, Olivia Ramirez-Hernandez, 49, is being charged with the following:

• Eight counts of felony trafficking meth;

• One count of felony maintaining a drug dwelling;

• One count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Juan Clemente, 38, of neighboring 182 Gatehouse Lane, is charged with the following:

• Two counts of felony trafficking meth;

• One count of felony maintaining a drug dwelling;

• Two counts to felony conspire to traffic meth;

• One count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Last week, Sheriff Jimmy Combs spoke about his crackdown on drugs since taking over the department in April 2017.

He said that working with other law enforcement agencies has helped his office issue “428 charges on individuals for the illegal sale, distribution …

Read more at the Illegal Alien Crime Report
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