Three people are facing drug charges in Onslow County.
The arrests came after a search warrant was executed at a home on Morning Side Drive in Jacksonville just after midnight Friday.
Lawmen say a woman living at that home, 30-year-old Carrie Collins, was arrested. Collins is charged with selling and delivering cocaine, making cocaine, maintaining a vehicle and dwelling for drug purposes, trafficking cocaine and opium and was placed in the Onslow County jail under a $95,000 bond.
Investigators say they found 28 grams of cocaine, a large container of liquid morphine, marijuana and cash.
Quatin Parker, age 24 of Pacer Lane in Jacksonville, was also arrested. He was charged with trafficking cocaine by possession and manufacture, trafficking opium by possession and conspiring to traffic cocaine. He was locked up under a $75,000 bond.
Michael Bell IV, age 23 of Highway 50 in Maple Hill, was also arrested. Hill faces cocaine related charged and was placed in jail under a $5,000 bond.
According to a release, an investigation conducted by the Jacksonville Police Department’s Special Operation Division and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service from Camp Lejeune led to the search warrant.
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