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Pair charged for trafficking bath salts after four week investigation

Members of New Hanover County Sheriff's Office Vice and Narcotics arrested two people in connection to trafficking bath salts after a four week investigation. Members of New Hanover County Sheriff's Office Vice and Narcotics arrested two people in connection to trafficking bath salts after a four week investigation.
Jonathan Earl McKoy (Source: NHCSO) Jonathan Earl McKoy (Source: NHCSO)
Abria A. Davis (Source: NHCSO) Abria A. Davis (Source: NHCSO)

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Members of New Hanover County Sheriff's Office Vice and Narcotics arrested two people in connection to trafficking bath salts after a four week investigation.

According to the sheriff's office, Earl McKoy was taken into custody Tuesday after being stopped for a speeding violation.

Deputies found a large amount of bath salts when they searched his vehicle.

The sheriff's office said Abria A. Davis, who was in the passenger seat, was also arrested for multiple felony charges.

Jonathan Earl McKoy was charged with:

  • 2 counts of trafficking MDPV
  • 2 counts of conspire to traffic MDPV
  • 1 count of maintain vehicle
  • 1count of PWISD MDPV
  • 1count of simple possession of marijuana
  • 1count possess drug paraphernalia

Abria Aretta Davis was charged with:

  • 2 counts of trafficking MDPV
  • 2 counts of conspire to traffic MDPV
  • 1 count of maintain vehicle
  • 1count of PWISD MDPV
  • 1count of simple possession of marijuana
  • 1count possess drug paraphernalia

McKoy was also arrested last week for drug charges but bonded out within an hour during that incident.

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