Married couple wanted on drug charges arrested in Virginia

ONSLOW COUNTY, NC (WITN) - A married couple wanted on drug charges in Onslow County has been arrested in Virginia.

Tyler Davis, 27, and his wife, Brittany Davis, 24, are each facing several felony drug charges, including trafficking methamphetamine, sell heroin and maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance.

The Onslow County Sheriff's Office says they started investigating the couple in April for trafficking methamphetamine and selling heroin in the Jacksonville and Richlands area.

Tyler and Brittany Davis left North Carolina in September when they found out there were warrants out for their arrest, according to the sheriff.

The husband and wife were arrested by narcotics detectives with the Twin County Drug Task Force in Cana, Virginia on Friday.

The Onslow County Sheriff's Department says the pair is being held under no bond in the New River Valley Regional Jail in Virginia, where they are awaiting extradition back to Onslow County.

Tyler Davis is charged with the following:
(4) Counts Felony Trafficking Methamphetamine
(2) Counts Felony Sell Methamphetamine
(2) Counts Felony Deliver Methamphetamine
(2) Counts Felony Manufacture Schedule II Controlled Substance
(2) Counts Felony Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Sell/Deliver Scheduled II Controlled Substance
Felony Sell Heroin
Felony Deliver Heroin
(3) Counts Felony Maintain Dwelling for Controlled Substance
Felony Manufacture Schedule I Controlled Substance
Felony Conspire to Sell/Deliver Heroin
Felony Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Sell/Deliver Heroin
(3) Counts Misdemeanor Possess Drug Paraphernalia
(3) Misdemeanor Counts Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor

Brittany Davis is charged with the following:
Felony Sell Heroin
Felony Deliver Heroin
Felony Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Sell/Deliver Heroin
Felony Manufacture Schedule I Controlled Substance
Felony Maintain Dwelling for Controlled Substance
Misdemeanor Possess Drug Paraphernalia
(2) Misdemeanor Counts Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor