Camp Lejeune Marine and woman arrested on felony drug charges

Published: Sep. 17, 2019 at 7:57 PM EDT
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A Camp Lejeune Marine is among two people arrested on numerous felony drug charges stemming from a two-month-long investigation.

The Onslow County Sheriff's Office Drug Enforcement Unit and Naval Criminal Investigative Service concluded a joint operation involving people who were distributing LSD to active duty military members and civilians throughout Onslow County.

Allison Alexia Seely and Andrew Christian Gray were arrested Monday. Seely, 19-years-old of Raintree Circle, Jacksonville was taken into custody at her residence. Gray, 23-years-old also of Raintree

Circle was taken into custody at his military unit aboard Camp Lejeune.

Corporal Andrew C. Gray, is an automotive maintenance technician with Headquarters Company, 2d Marine Regiment, 2d Marine Division.

According to the sheriff’s office, Cpl. Gray joined the Marine Corps in July of 2016 and has been stationed at Camp Lejeune throughout his time in service and has no deployment history.

The military 2d Marine Division and NCIS are cooperating with local authorities as they conduct their investigation and are assisting the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office.

Gray faces felony trafficking in LSD charges relating to selling, delivering, making and possessing. He has a $404,000 secured bond.

In addition to the felony LSD charges, Seely is also charged with additional felony drug charges relating to a controlled substance. She was transported to the magistrate and given a $452,000 secured


Anyone with information about either incident may contact Onslow County Sheriff's Office at 910-455-3113 or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. Please refer to the case 2019012376 when calling.

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